This week’s bookshelf spotlights a range of new releases on Cambodia.
Join CSEAS on March 8 for a talk by Dr. William Chapman on “Ancient Sites of Southeast Asia: A Traveler’s Guide through History, Ruins, and Landscapes”.
This week’s bookshelf takes a look at urbanization in Southeast Asia and how it affects women in Cambodia and Sarawak, Malaysia.
Congratulations to UH Mānoa graduate Alexandra M. McDougle who has been selected as 2016-17 Luce Scholar in Cambodia!
Congratulations to alumnus Jessica Austin, who received her MA in Asian Studies, who received a 2016-17 U.S. Student Fulbright Fellowship for Cambodia!
This week our bookshelf spotlights the Khmer Rogue Tribunal on the 10 year anniversary of its founding in 2006.
We conclude our Spring 2016 Music Program with a classic psychedelic/garage hit from Cambodia prior to the Khmer Rouge takeover.
A snapshot of the life of one Cambodian girl, determined to overcome the obstacles facing her and build a better future.
Attend numerous special events during the current John Young Museum of Art exhibition from March 6 – May 6, 2016.
This week we feature a Khmer artist influenced by American pop and presumed to be executed under the hands of the Khmer Rouge.