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Thailand, or Siam as it was called until 1939, has never been colonized by a foreign power, unlike its South-East Asian neighbours. It is true that it has suffered periodic invasions by the Burmese and the Khmers, and was briefly occupied by the Japanese in WWII, but ...
Asho Chin People’s Lay Ein Su Village, means the Village of Four Houses and lies at the border between Magway Region and Rakhine State.    It is twenty minute drive from Goakgyi – Ann highway by motor bike. There are only nine households in the village. Asho ...
One of Hanot's worst kept secrets, Café Pho Co (Secret Garden Café) is justifiably rated by those in the know I as one of the best places in town for coffee. Not visible from Hang Gai Street, it requires walking through a souvenir shop at Number 11 and along a ...
Fish and rice make up staple of the Cambodian diet, and there are just a few things to remember before experimenting with the local fare. First, do not I repeat, do not, eat prahok, the fermented fish paste, unless you have a tall glass of water nearby, a strong ...
My introduction into the world of dumplings was at a small, seedy looking shop near the Olympic Market. My friends had discovered the shop on a late evening walk and were keen to introduce the rest of us. We sat down, and as promised, a middle-aged man from Shanghai ...
As a child, Carol Cassidy loved to rummage through "all of those old clothes" in her grandmother's attic. Her grandmother was a tailor who lived in an old Woodbury, Connecticut, home built in the 18th century. One wonders if, back then, Carol ever imagined ...
 For superb duck soup over freshly made noodles, head for Petchburi Road, Soi 5, about 100 meters from the front of the soi on the right side of the street. Ask for bami phetyahng nam. (Literally, yellow egg noodles - barbecued duck soup). The broth is exquisite. ...
Vietnam is not a hothouse culture. Fruits (and, with less fanfare, vegetables) come available during the season in which they are  traditionally harvested or rarely and expensively when they are imported from abroad. Vietnamese, therefore, are keenly aware of which ...
Kyaikhtiyo pagoda also known as Golden Rock is a well-known Buddhist pilgrimage site in Mon State, Myanmar. In the Mon language, the word ‘kyaik’ means “pagoda” and ‘yo’ means “to carry on a hermit’s head”. The word ‘hti’ means “hermit”. Thus, ...
Myanmar is rich in culture with historical events, archaeological sites, arts, crafts and festivals. There are three categories of festivals-regional festivals, seasonal festivals and pagoda festivals.    Among them, Inle Paung Daw U pagoda festival is held ...
Nestled in a valley between the misty mountains off the Shan Plateau and the Mekong and Thanlwin rivers, Kyaing Tong and its surrounds may be one of the best places to observe Myanmar’s tribal customs in the modern day. It is home to a number of tribal groups, ...
This small Buddhist temple was built in the middle of the 10th century by the same architect, Kavindrarimathana, who built King Rajendravarman’s royal palace and the temple of East Mebon and probably began Pre Rup. He is the only Khmer architect whose name is known ...
As you may notice in your travels, Sihanouk Ville has a different look and feel than most Cambodian towns. There is no Colonial architecture or ancient pagodas. Constructed as a port city in the late 1950s, the town is much newer, more urban and cosmopolitan than most ...
TAI Lue Buddhism is the same as Lao Buddhism, that is, Hinayana (or Theravada) Buddhism. This religion originally came from India, Sri Lanka, and through Myanmar to northern Laos. The Lue in northern Laos have been strongly influenced by developments in Myanmar ...
What is a holiday in Cambodia without an exciting trip to a local market or two? Exploring the markets in and around Phnom Penh can be exhilarating and overwhelming at times – there is a vast array of items to be found, from fresh food and souvenir items to ...
This massive terrace, named after the 15th century sculpture that was discovered on top, stands more or less independent of the other buildings that surround the Royal Square of Angkor Thom. Like the Elephant Terrace it has certain dating problems. It probably dates to ...
Koh Kong city is the capital of Koh Kong province, a comparatively small provincial town sitting on the east side of the Kah Bpow River about 10km from the Cham Yeam international border crossing with Thailand. Many travelers see Koh Kong only briefly as they pass ...
History and Geography Comprising an area of 181,035 square kilometres, the Kingdom of Cambodia was part of the ancient kingdom of Funan. Today it comprises four cities (the capital, Phnom Penh, plus Pailin, Sihanoukville and Kep) and 20 provinces.  The ...
Cultural heritage bearing the stamp of time and space of Tay Nguyen
 From the kinds of sounds, playing methods, run of melodies, as well as the art in performing, we can grasp many aspects of a multifaceted art, from simple to complex level, from a little to more, from single line to multi-line, etc.
Diversified, special and unique musical instruments of Tay Nguyen
 Generally, many researchers agree that the band of Central Highland gongs takes on an additional system of sounds as the base of its own system of sounds. The musical notation system of each group of ethnic people consists of either 3 or 5 or 6 basic sounds. ...
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