ReadCamp 7: David Chandler's A History of Cambodia
Jan
21
2:00 PM14:00

ReadCamp 7: David Chandler's A History of Cambodia

We invite participants to get together to read, review and discuss works by prominent authors and experts in the field of law, economics and public policy. The third meet-up of ReadCamp will read from Chapter 3: 'Kingship and Society at Angkor' (p. 42 onwards) from David Chandler's A History of Cambodia (4th ed.).

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NerdNight: Hindu iconography in Cambodian polity
Jan
15
7:30 PM19:30

NerdNight: Hindu iconography in Cambodian polity

Hindu iconography and symbolism have maintained a ubiquitous presence in Cambodia polity and society for over two millennia. Many aspects of Brahaminist culture and ritual are still followed by Cambodians, and Hindu deities worshipped, alongside Buddhism. Many aspects of Cambodian political culture also demonstrate strong Hindu influences and heritage. Our executive director, Anirudh S. Bhati, will talk about these influences at Nerd Night on Monday, 15 January 2018. 

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ReadCamp 6: David Chandler's A History of Cambodia
Jan
14
2:00 PM14:00

ReadCamp 6: David Chandler's A History of Cambodia

We invite participants to get together to read, review and discuss works by prominent authors and experts in the field of law, economics and public policy. The third meet-up of ReadCamp will read from Chapter 3: 'Kingship and Society at Angkor' (p. 45 onwards) from David Chandler's A History of Cambodia (4th ed.).

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Zaman University: Wikipedia Workshop
Jan
12
10:00 AM10:00

Zaman University: Wikipedia Workshop

The upcoming Wikipedia Workshop@Zaman University is an outreach event where workshop participants will be introduced to the basics of Wikipedia and how to go about editing it.  We will also be introducing participants to Wikipedia's sister projects such as Commons, Wiktionary, Wikisource, WikiVoyage etc. This event is supported by the Wikimedia Foundation and is hosted by Zaman University.

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Department of Media and Communication (RUPP): Wikipedia Workshop
Jan
11
2:00 PM14:00

Department of Media and Communication (RUPP): Wikipedia Workshop

The upcoming Wikipedia Workshop@Department of Media and Communication  at the Royal University of Phnom Penh is an outreach event where workshop participants will be introduced to the basics of Wikipedia and how to go about editing it.  We will also be introducing participants to Wikipedia's sister projects such as Commons, Wiktionary, Wikisource, WikiVoyage etc. This event is supported by the Wikimedia Foundation and is hosted by the Department of Media and Communication at the Royal University of Phnom Penh.

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ReadCamp 5: David Chandler's A History of Cambodia
Jan
7
2:00 PM14:00

ReadCamp 5: David Chandler's A History of Cambodia

We invite participants to get together to read, review and discuss works by prominent authors and experts in the field of law, economics and public policy. The third meet-up of ReadCamp will read from Chapter 3: 'Kingship and Society at Angkor' from David Chandler's A History of Cambodia (4th ed.).

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ReadCamp 4: David Chandler's A History of Cambodia
Dec
17
2:00 PM14:00

ReadCamp 4: David Chandler's A History of Cambodia

We invite participants to get together to read, review and discuss works by prominent authors and experts in the field of law, economics and public policy. The third meet-up of ReadCamp will read from Chapter 2: 'The Beginnings of Cambodian History' (section on "Government and Society in early Cambodia" onwards) from David Chandler's A History of Cambodia (4th ed.).

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ReadCamp 3: David Chandler's A History of Cambodia
Dec
10
2:00 PM14:00

ReadCamp 3: David Chandler's A History of Cambodia

We invite participants to get together to read, review and discuss works by prominent authors and experts in the field of law, economics and public policy. The third meet-up of ReadCamp will read from Chapter 2: 'The Beginnings of Cambodian History' (section on "Funan" onwards) from David Chandler's A History of Cambodia (4th ed.).

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ReadCamp 2: David Chandler's A History of Cambodia
Dec
3
2:00 PM14:00

ReadCamp 2: David Chandler's A History of Cambodia

We invite participants to get together to read, review and discuss works by prominent authors and experts in the field of law, economics and public policy. The second meet-up of ReadCamp will read from Chapter 2: 'The Beginnings of Cambodian History' from David Chandler's A History of Cambodia (4th ed.).

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ReadCamp: David Chandler's A History of Cambodia
Nov
26
2:00 PM14:00

ReadCamp: David Chandler's A History of Cambodia

We invite participants to get together to read, review and discuss works by prominent authors and experts in the field of law, economics and public policy. The first session will primarily focus on the structure of the group and our plans for the future, as well as a reading of select excerpts from the first chapters of David Chandler's book 'A History of Cambodia' (4th edition)

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PUC: Legal aspects of blogging and citizen journalism in Cambodia
Nov
15
7:00 PM19:00

PUC: Legal aspects of blogging and citizen journalism in Cambodia

  • Pannasastra University (South Campus) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This is an open lecture organized by the Pannasastra University as a part of their media and ethics course for students and young professionals. This talk will cover legal aspects of blogging and citizen journalism in Cambodia. Guests are welcome to join provided they register in advance using the form on this page.

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Classical Liberalism Informing Policy #CLIP: Development Realities of Contemporary Cambodia
Aug
19
10:00 AM10:00

Classical Liberalism Informing Policy #CLIP: Development Realities of Contemporary Cambodia

  • Royal University of Law and Economics (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We are organizing the first of the two half-day events to read and review Professor Christopher Coyne's path-breaking text "Doing Bad by Doing Good" which questions many of the core assumptions of the aid industry and sheds new light on the development realities of contemporary Cambodia.

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#Learn Camp - Learn Faster, Deeper, Better.
Aug
12
10:00 AM10:00

#Learn Camp - Learn Faster, Deeper, Better.

The process of learning is more than simple memorization. Today's students, to be competitive in the current job market, need to master a diverse set skills - from critical thinking to research methodology to technical writing. To help support the next generation of Cambodian scholars, analysts, researchers, and professionals - we invite you to attend #LearnCamp.

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Wikipedia meetup Ho Chi Minh City 2
May
14
2:00 PM14:00

Wikipedia meetup Ho Chi Minh City 2

Wikipedia HCMC meet up is a periodical event for Wikipedians (its users and contributors) and anybody who is interested in Wikipedia and its sister projects hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation.

The last English Wikipedia-centric Meetup in HCMC was organised in 2013. This meet-up intends to bring together a multilingual mix of contributors on Wikipedia and other Wikimedia projects.

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Wikipedia Phnom Penh Meetup #3
Apr
29
2:00 PM14:00

Wikipedia Phnom Penh Meetup #3

Wikipedia Phnom Penh meet up is a periodical event which includes Wikipedians (our users and contributors) and anybody who is interested in Wikipedia and its sister projects hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation.

Wikipedia Meetups in Phnom Penh have been organized since 2011, with a number of them being focused on the Khmer language. This meet-up intends to bring together a multilingual mix of contributors on Wikipedia and other Wikimedia projects.

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