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    Cambodian Street Music

    in Business

    I recorded this sample in downtown Phenom Penh. It’s a trio of musicians playing outside a park.


  • 00:02

    Cambodian Street Music

    in Design

    I recorded this sample in downtown Phenom Penh. It’s a trio of musicians playing outside a park.


  • 00:31

    Craig Greenfield - Servants

    in Lifestyle

     
    Craig Greenfield is the  author of  The Urban Halo,  co-author of  Living Mission: the vision and voices of  New Friars and the International Coordinator of  Servants to Asia's Urban Poor (Servants) – a fast  growing movement into the slums and inner cities of  the world  (see www.servantsasia.org).    Craig and his wife Nay spent 6 years living in slums  in Phnom Penh, Cambodia where they established  Project HALO and  Big Brothers & Sisters. Since 2006 they have been pioneering a  new  Servants  community in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, Canada.  A place described by the UN as “a 2km  stretch of decaying rooming houses, seedy strip bars and shady pawnshops."    Their ministry in the  Downtown Eastside is with people struggling with addiction and homelessness.

  • 00:15

    Kim Phuc The Girl In The Picture

    in Politics Progressive

    Phan Thi Kim Phuc was born and raised in the village of Trang Bang, 30 minutes north of Saigon. During the Vietnam War, the strategic Route 1 that runs through the village became the main supply road between Saigon and Phnom Penh. On June 8, 1972, an American military advisor coordinated the napalm bombing of Kim's village by the South Vietnamese. Nine-year-old Kim fled from a pagoda, where she and her family had been hiding. Two of her infant cousins did not survive the attack, and Kim was badly burned.
    Kim was photographed running down the road, screaming from the burns to her skin. Nick Ut, the Associated Press photographer who was there to cover the siege, took the photograph of young Kim. Moved by her pain, he rushed her to a South Vietnamese hospital. She then spent 14 months recovering in Barsky Hospital, the American hospital in Saigon, where her care was paid for by a private Foundation. Ut's photograph of Kim remains one of the most unforgettable images of the Vietnam War.
    Here are some videos that tell her story:
    Kim Phuc - Nzone Feature - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xhz2gCnhr-I
    Vietnam Napalm/Reasons for Protest - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3K_E_QKJIo&feature=related
    Kim Phuc - The Girl in the Picture
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_pu--R9oDQ
    To learn more go to: http://www.kimfoundation.com
    The girl in the picture by Yanah. To learn more go to: http://www.flyingsnowman.com

  • 00:30

    Color Cloud Hammocks - Making the World a Better Place

    in Business

     
     
    My guests are Stephanie Zito and Tianna Buckwalter Co-Founders of Color Cloud Hammocks sharing why they started this global hammock company, their value proposition and key lessons learned for entrepreneurs.
    Stephanie Zito is based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, where the hammocks are made by local small women owned businesses. Stephanie and her Co-Founders Laura Grazier and Tianna Buckwalter  (who are based in the U.S.) share a passion for helping entrepreneurs in developing countries.  In addition to mentoring, they pay suppliers above average wages, which is rare in developing countries.
    The Co-Founders of Color Cloud Hammocks have a mission of helping Small Businesses grow and succeed, which is our mission at Small Business Roundtable.
    We will learn their biggest obstacles, mistakes to avoid and ideas to help you succeed.  Color Cloud Hammocks is a great story of three women entrepreneurs that recognized a customer need and launched a business to meet the need.

  • 02:01

    Hindu Radio:Prof. Arganis:Vedic Roots of Mexicos Revolution/Fall of Vedic Vietnam/Siva Temple Crisis

    in Culture

    In 1909 Francisco Madero wrote a book urging Mexicans to dump President Diaz and demand real democracy. The book became a best seller, and Madero found himself leading an insurrection.He was obsessed with notions of duty and self-sacrifice that he'd encountered in the Bhagavad-Gita. He wrote several books on the teachings of the Hindu Bhagavad-Gita. Madero had a strong interest in Spiritualism and published a number of articles under the pseudonym of Arjuna. Before becoming president, Madero published another book called a 'Spiritualist Manual' under the name of Bhima, one of Arjuna's brothers. Madero was an ascetic, a vegetarian and stopped drinking alcohol. Madero's book was well received, and many people began to call Madero the Apostle of Democracy.He founded the Antireelection Center in Mexico City in May 1909.Madero traveled throughout Mexico giving antireelectionist speeches, and everywhere he went he was greeted by crowds of thousands. He became the 10th President of Mexico.Hindu Impact Continues!In this episode of Hindu Radio learn about Mexico's ongoing Vedic projects and events. Prof. Horacio Arganis of Saltillo, Mexico has been organizing Vedic Conferences for the past 5 years.Prof Arganis shares his research regarding the actual date of the Bhagavat Purana. Dated to approximately 1200 AD by modern scholars, the evidence shows that the Bhagavat Purana, aka the Srimad Bhagavatam,can be accurately dated to 2000 BC.Re:Thai-Cambodia Siva Temple Crisis: There are three predictions from many hundred of years ago that people speak of; first ancient prediction is:Iron birds fly over the great empire dropping fire and a million will die. 2 there are homes but no one can live in them, there are roads on which none can walk, there are stairs that no one can use. The third ancient prediction says Bangkok will fall, Angkor Wat prosper and Phnom Penh will celebrate. The Khmer people have lived through two. 1. Vietnam war and 2.The Khmer Rouge Killing Fields.

  • 00:30

    TravelTalk Radio Part 8

    in Travel

    Hello, and welcome to TravelTalk Radio, which takes you through the jungles of Cambodia! Go to see Phnom Penh, the Khmer Rouge Holocaust museum, or the luxurious temples at Angkor. It just goes to show that today is a holiday in Cambodia.

  • 01:01

    WHO WAS THAT MOSQUED MAN?

    in Politics Conservative

    WHY IT WAS MAYOR BLOOMINGDALE AND HIS FAITHFUL COMPANION TINTO. REPUPPIES ARE NO MATCH FOR DEVIATE DEMONCRATS. TONIGHT WE SWING THE AXE AND LATER IN THE SHOW WE GO ROMANTIC, WAS LOVE GREATER YEARS AGO?

  • Cambodian Street Music

    in Books

    I recorded this sample in downtown Phenom Penh. It’s a trio of musicians playing outside a park.


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