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Khmer Site Recommended

Looking for new articles on Khmer culture ? Then try Khmer Renaissance. The site is an online magazine and is devided into six sections: (1) Lifestyle; (2) Custom and Belief; (3) Art and Literature; (4) Heritage and History;(5) Geography, Evironment and Nature; and (6) Words and Etymology. Each article is written entirely in Khmer and is quite recent. The site also accepts publication from readers.

Thanks Ratana, my friend and one of the authors of these texts, for introducing this very useful webpage to me . His article is here: Atharos Temple of Phnom Preah Reachtrop

12 Responses to “Khmer Site Recommended”

  1. # Blogger Socheat

    thanks for sharing and it s really an useful site!  

  2. # Blogger Chanbopha

    that's a great site.  

  3. # Blogger deedee

    wow....... thanks for sharing eh! i'll use it as reference for my study tips... anyway, informative blog u've got here... Pls welcome a new commentor like me phorng k?  

  4. # Blogger seserak

    Hello Socheat and Bong Bopha,

    Hope you like the site.

    DeeDee,

    Thanks for dropping by.  

  5. # Blogger dara

    ah OUN,
    thanks for this interesting website.
    nice one  

  6. # Blogger seserak

    Ah OUN,

    Thanks for dropping by,

    Nice one, thanks.  

  7. # Blogger deedee

    Ya welcome seserak!

    But>.....!! Yai! Ah OUN? hic hic hic... so sweet u2! hey can i call u Ah Bong? ;D  

  8. # Blogger seserak

    Of course, DeeDee, though I think it's not really sweet. Haha...

    Actually, I'm calling my big sister " Ah Bong" too, and likewise that 's how my younger brother addresses both of us.  

  9. # Blogger deedee

    haha! u r my big frn, so don't u mind if i address u like ya younger bro?  

  10. # Blogger seserak

    Aha..not at all. Call me whatever you like.  

  11. # Blogger deedee

    hey! many thanks to ya kindness a bong seserak!  

  12. # Blogger pr

    wow, great site.
    great find seserak.
    thanks.  

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