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Silk lady purses, ethically handmade by disadvantaged producers group

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Silk lady purses, ethically handmade by disadvantaged producers group. www.handmadecambodia.com

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GoCambodia: .KH (Khmer) Domain Registration in Cambodia

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GoCambodia facilitates .KH (Khmer) Domain Name Registration in Cambodia, provides Procedure, Rules, Application Form and its Fees...

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Document Translation Services, Product Liability and Non-English Speakers: Case Law - Translation For Lawyers

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We've blogged about admissibility of professional language translation of foreign evidence in US product liability cases. According to US law, a manufacturer or seller of a product can be held liable if they fail to adequately provide appropriate safety...

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fair trade Cambodia. Fine&soft silk Angkor Image silver clasp Clutches, ethically handmade by disadvantaged artisans group.

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(Craftworks)Handmade Cambodia's curator insight, May 12, 2014 12:59 AM

fair trade Cambodia. Fine&soft silk Angkor Image silver clasp Clutches, ethically handmade by disadvantaged artisans group.

While Cambodia has enjoyed years of peace and development since the war and atrocities of the brutal Khmer Rouge regime, today 30% of the population still live below the poverty line (on less than $1.25 per day). For this reason, Craftworks Cambodia makes their unique products by creating fair trade jobs for disadvantaged Cambodians with high levels of unemployment. 

Artisans and crafts people are paid fairly and equitably for their skilful work, which keeps families together with food on their table. A liveable and reliable income is especially important for women as it allows them to raise healthy babies and children and provide for their future.

Craftworks Cambodia's products are skillfully made, beautiful and clever. They offer a range of traditional and contemporary products, from home décor to functional home ware as well as gifts, accessories and jewellery based on the finest aesthetic and artistic traditional workmanship of Cambodia. 

The designs use inspiration and local materials from Cambodia 's rich tapestry, restoring and preserving many traditional Cambodian skills. The materials used vary with silk being the most common material; it is spun and woven in the villages, and made into superb silk scarves, shawls, purses and other accessories. Also popular are the Eco-friendly items. Recycled paper is used for jewellery and stationery and even discarded rice bags are recycled into wallets and bags.

Craftworks Cambodia maintains and practices a strong commitment to environmental awareness with many of the products being made from recycled and sustainable materials.

Visit us online www.handmadecambodia.com

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Teaching Experience in Cambodia

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Teaching Experience in Cambodia.

 

When I think back to life changing moments, boarding that 747 on a cool August morning in Boston is among the most definitive. I have always had the desire to explore this small world, intrigued by opportunities that enable such exploration. Teaching turned out to be a great way to travel the world and make some money. Beyond that, it is a job where you can make a positive impact in another person’s life. No matter how I rationalized it, teaching abroad seemed like the right decision to make. And with one blink of the eye, I was landing in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, grabbing my luggage and driving through the dirty streets, wide-eyed and ready for the adventure.

 

After doing the research on how to go about teaching abroad I chose to work with a company named LanguageCorps Asia(www.languagecorpsasia.com).

Read more at http://languagecorps.bizbuzzweekly.com/2010/10/18/teaching-experience-in-cambodia/

 

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The Digital Archive of Cambodia Holocaust Survivors

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In the loving memories of the Cambodian people who died under the Khmer Rouge Regime from 1975 to 1979, we, Khmers and concerned friends of Cambodia, have formed an ad hoc group to establish the Digital Archive of Cambodian Holocaust Survivors.

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Sihanoukville Journal

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What is fuelling growth in Sihanoukville? Is it tourism? That s what most visitors guess, but it s only one answer. True enough, there s been an explosion of tourism here, but step away from the tourist areas and you ll see where most of the growth is coming from.

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Rob Schneider's curator insight, July 2, 2014 10:56 AM

2,000 new jobs in million square foot furniture factory is just one example of what's really fueling growth in Sihanoukville.

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Yes, you can learn a foreign language in your sleep, say Swiss psychologists

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Subliminal learning in your sleep is usually dismissed as pseudo-science at best and fraud at worst, but a team of Swiss psychologists say you can actually learn a foreign language in your sleep.

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