April is the cruelest month, as T.S.Eliot so famously put it, living in Cambodia, one could never truly understand how until one received his electricity bill at the end of the month. With an urban cottage in the style shown below, even electricity did not undo the heat. Modern designed, large windows, clean-cut lines, all [...]
It all started when three friends, Ming, Haijun and Ray, pottering around the crowded streets of Phnom Penh, in one of the cooler evenings of early 2018, saw this: The three friends, Sorry, this might be more business-like, The three friends were impressed by the imposing mass of the giant building and [...]
Abandoned Catholic church, Bokor Mountain, Kampot province The ruins of Cambodia Presumably built in the 1920s during French colonial rule, fell into disuse after upon Japanese invasion, once again abandoned due to Khmer Rouge turmoil, and remained in desolation ever since.