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  • 'Best Short' Winner Greg Cahill

    Expat Advisory

    Expat Advisory Services talks with Greg Cahill, the proud recipient of Cambofest's Krabey Meas (Golden Water Buffalo) award for 'Best Short', which he won for 'Samleng Meas', The Golden Voice.
    Can you tell us about your background in film prior to this particular feature?


    Expat Advisory

    It's like walking on eggshells - the debate continues in the Cambodia Daily letters pages about loudspeaker-equipped egg vending carts. Are they too loud? Are foreigners too sensitive? Just what kinds of eggs are being sold anyway?

    Expat-Advisory's intrepid Investigative Team hit the streets to get some perspective straight from the source.

    What is your name?


    What do they call this kind of egg?

    'Pong Mouen Ang Psoum Kreung Piseh' [Grilled chicken egg with special ingredients.]

    How long have you been selling eggs?

    One year.

    How much does one egg cost?

  • Pimping for Pigs

    Bronwyn Sloan

    Most 25-year-old guys are dreaming about girls. Sang Narith spends most of his life pondering the sex life of pigs. Narith is a Ba Chrout - the Cambodian name for the man who accompanies a boar while he services a female pig.

    For between $30 to $50 dollars a month, Narith is his boars' nurse, their companion, their sexual therapist and their confidant. He currently looks after five mature males and guides them on their amorous adventures around the Kien Svay district just outside Phnom Penh.

  • Metro - "Where Hip Meets Phnom Penh"

    Claire Superfine

    You don't meet a "founding father" everyday - but I got lucky, and met one from Phnom Penh's nascent restaurant industry. Determined to make Metro Café a success, Aussie owner - Tom - is golden. Recognizing a void of restaurants outside backpacker joints or traditional Khmer, the former chef has identified a niche.

    Metro's swanky yet hospitable atmosphere allows an eclectic crowd to enjoy one thing they share - a taste for modern cosmopolitan class. If trends exist for imitation, I hope Metro is no exception.

  • Phnom Penh Post Sold

    EAS Staff

    Months, years of speculation and rumors are over.
    The Phnom Penh Post, Cambodia's oldest English - language newspaper, has new owners.

    New co-owner Ross Dunkley confirmed the buy to (EAS), but did not speculate on the $500,000 price tag for the paper being touted by local media.

  • In her own words - inside S-21 from a woman's perspective

    Bronwyn Sloan

    This week a woman came forward claiming to be the first female survivor of Toul Sleng Torture Center ever located. Although Documentation Center of Cambodia director Youk Chhang says doubts remain about Chim Math's story and whether she was actually staff or a prisoner, Math insists she never worked at Toul Sleng and only discovered hell when she was sent there and has questioned whether the doubts might be triggered by feelings that women like her should not have survived. People familiar with Vietnamese documentation of S-21 after 1979 say the Vietnamese would not mistake staff for victims.

  • Film Frenzy

    Expat Advisory

    Over the last two weeks we've seen the Environmental Film Festival, the Refugee Film Festival, and Cambofest. Now that the dust has settled, Cambofest has presented some awards to their entrants. Two standouts were a locally produced animated vignette and a biographical drama on Ros Sereysothea.


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