Tag Archive: Cambodia

Genocidal Tendencies: Fractured Cambodia & the Khmer Rouge (Part I — The Killing Fields)

Thousands of craniums stare back at me with cold, petrified expressions. Spider webs dangle in eye hollow sockets. Thousands of skulls — piled as a high as a small apartment building — loom… Continue reading

Explosive Phnom Penh: Boom Boom Pow in the Jungle

The only thing I can smell is gunpowder. It flirts with my nostrils. The sun is sinking behind lush green hills somewhere in the Cambodian countryside. It’s a sticky, humid, dusty mess out… Continue reading