Art not only enriches our lives, it can be deeply informative. Art from ancient times is often a window through which we can learn about life, culture and the belief systems of people who lived thousands of years ago.
The old days of duping the populace at gunpoint are over, as yet another country has blamed Facebook for subverting their democracy.
While many have been bit by the travel bug, blogger Lara Dunston is different. With her approach focusing on small locally run locales, she’s the true insider’s outsider.
Derryn Hinch returned to the Killing Fields of Cambodia, where the mistakes of the past sit awkwardly next to the mistakes of the present.
Scarlett Hawkins travels to Cambodia, and finds the promise of future change is shackled to the ghosts of the past.
In Phnom Penh, Cambodia, the 365 docobites crew take some simple wisdom, discovered in great suffering, from Omchamroeun, a survivor of the Pol Pot regime.
Inspiration comes in many forms, but the 365 docobites crew were moved when they met Phart in Siem Reap, Cambodia – a woman who typifies what last week’s International Women’s Day is all about.
In a small village in Cambodia, Bunteng teaches the 365 docobites crew that every action you take, every skerrick of knowledge passed on, is important and can make a difference.
Beheadings, bombings, the budget emergency and boat people…Michael Burrill brings the news of the world to TBS in this week’s Current Affairs Wrap.
It may have been bright smiles and pretty flowers when Julie Bishop went to Cambodia, but sending asylum seekers there will be quite the opposite…