This week CSEAS presents the first of three contemporary Khmer songs from The Like Me's.
Angkor Wat was a Hindu temple, built to honor God and King in the early 12th century CE in northwestern Cambodia.
In support of their upcoming free concert in Honolulu, CSEAS revives our first song of the week with Dengue Fever's "Lost in Laos"
CSEAS begins our song of the week posting with "Seeing Hands," featuring Dengue Fever!
One Evening After the War is a love story that offers rare insights into Cambodian culture. (screening on 3/31)
NPR Senior Asia Correspondent Mike Sullivan introduces a five-part series focusing on the Mekong River. Listen to all five podcasts within this post.
A documentary screening followed by a discussion on international criminal law & national reconciliation.
The Khmer Rouge ran what is regarded as one of the twentieth centuryâ€™s most brutal regimes. Yet the Killing Fields of Cambodia remain unexplained. Until now. Showing at the 2010 Sundance Festival...
Benny Widyono will discuss his five years of international service in Cambodia from 1992 to 1997, first as a member of the United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia (UNTAC), and later as the ...
In this talk, Professor Benny Widyono will analyze why these trials against the Khmer Rouge, who killed 1.7 million Cambodians during their reign of terror between 1975 and 1979, were delayed for thi...