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  1. Between Two Cultures: The Case of Cambodian Women in America by Mitra Das, 2006-11
  2. Cambodian Culture Since 1975: Homeland and Exile (Asia East By South Series)
  3. Introduction to Cambodian culture (Introduction to Indochinese cultures) by Sun-him Chhim, 1987
  4. Introduction to Cambodian Culture, Laos Culturally Speaking, Introducation to Vietnamese Culture by Sun-Him Chhim, Khamchong Luangpraseut, et all 1994
  5. Towards a Christian Pastoral Approach to Cambodian Culture by Gerard Ravasco, 2006-08-13
  6. Cultures of Independence: An Introduction to Cambodian Fine Arts and Culture in the 1950's and 1960's by Reyum Institute of Arts and Culture, 2002-12
  7. Cultures of Independence: An Introduction to Cambodian Arts and Culture in the 1950's and 1960's. by Reyum Institute of Arts and Culture., 2001
  8. INTRODUCTION TO CAMBODIAN CULTURE; LAOS CULTURALLY SPEAKING; INTRODUCTION TO VIETNAMESE CULTURE by Sun-Him et al. Chhim, 1989
  9. Cambodian Culture: Areca Nut, Culture of Cambodia, Rural Khmer House, Eastern Art History, Visual Arts of Cambodia, Paan, Betel, Bokator
  10. Group Treatment of Traumatized Cambodian Women: A Culture-Specific Approach.: An article from: Social Work by Barbara L. Nicholson, Diane M. Kay, 1999-09-01
  11. Introduction to Cambodian Culture/Laos Culturally Speaking/Inrtroduction to Vietnamese Culture (3 Volumes, 1 book by Multifunctional Resource Center SDSU, 1989
  12. Dance of Life: The Mythology, History and Politics of Cambodian Culture by Julie B. Mehta, 2001-11-01
  13. CAMBODIAN AMERICANS: An entry from Gale's <i>Gale Encyclopedia of Multicultural America</i> by Carl L., III Bankston, 2000
  14. CAMBODIA: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by JOHN MARSTON, 2001

1. Category:Cambodian Culture - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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2. Cambodian Culture History And Archaeology
Cambodian Culture History and Archaeology Culture history, archaeological sites, and other information related to the past of Cambodia.
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    Culture history, archaeological sites, and other information related to the past of Cambodia.
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  • Andy Brouwer's Cambodia Tales
    Andy Brouwer went on an archaeological expedition with Miriam Stark to Angkor Borei, and produced this website when he returned. zSB(3,3)
    Cambodia Geography
    Cambodia cultural, political, and topographic maps from Matt Rosenberg, About's guide to Geography.
    Cambodia: Portals to the World
    Cambodia culture, history and politics from the United States Library of Congress.
    Khmer Civilization and the History of Cambodia
    A commercial page from Royal Exclusive Travel, with lots of information.
    Khmer Civilization
    The Angkor Civilization (or Khmer Civilization) is the name given to an important civilization of Cambodia and Thailand
    Origins of Angkor
    An archaeological project consisting of excavations at three sites in northeastern Thailand, conducted by Earthwatch.

    3. Culture Of Cambodia - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    The culture of Cambodia has had a rich and varied history dating back many Cambodian culture
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    Culture of Cambodia
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Traditional Khmer dance The culture of Cambodia has had a rich and varied history dating back many centuries, and has been heavily influenced by India and China Throughout Cambodia 's long history, a major source of inspiration was from religion. Throughout nearly two millennium, Cambodians developed a unique Khmer belief from the syncreticism of indigenous animistic beliefs and the Indian religions of Buddhism and Hinduism . Indian culture and civilization, including its language and arts reached mainland Southeast Asia around the 1st century A.D. It is generally believed that seafaring merchants brought Indian customs and culture to ports along the Gulf of Thailand and the Pacific while trading with China . The first state to benefit from this was Funan
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    The golden age of Cambodia was between the 9th and 14th century, during the Angkor period, during which it was a powerful and prosperous empire that flourished and dominated almost all of inland south east Asia. However, Angkor would eventually collapse after much in-fighting between royalty and constant warring with its increasingly powerful neighbors, notably Siam and Dai Viet . Many temples from this period however, like

    4. Sampling Cambodian Culture In Chicago :: Immigrant Connect
    Estimates are that there are about 5,000 Cambodians living in Illinois. The heart of the community and its culture is on Lawrence and California in Chicago.
    http://www.immigrantconnect.org/?p=1775

    5. Cambodian Student Society (CSS)
    Established in 1984 by Cambodian students at Cal. State Univ. Long Beach, whose purpose is to share Cambodian culture and promote academic goals and achievements among fellow Cambodians.
    http://www.csulb.edu/~camss/

    6. Cambodian Culture
    Festivals Cambodian New Yea r. The Cambodian New Year takes place from April 13th 15th, during the dry season when farmers do not work in the fields.
    http://www.einaudi.cornell.edu/southeastasia/outreach/resources/cambodiawebunit/
    Cambodian Culture Festivals
    Cambodian New Year
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    Cambodian New Yea r
    The Cambodian New Year takes place from April 13th -15th, during the dry season when farmers do not work in the fields. Astrologers determine the exact time and date by calculating the exact moment the new animal protector (tiger, dragon, or snake) arrives. Cambodians spend the entire month of April in preparation for the celebration, cleaning and decorating their house with candles, lights, star shaped lanterns and flowers. During the first three days, everyone travels to the pagodas to offer food to the monks. Top ^
    Pchum Ben
    Pchum Ben is a religious ceremony in September when everyone remembers the spirit of dead relatives. For fifteen days, people in Cambodian villages take turns bringing food to the temples or pagodas. On the fifteenth and final day, everyone dresses in their finest clothing to travel together to the pagodas. Families bring overflowing baskets of flowers, and children offer food and presents to the monks. Everyone says prayers to help their ancestors pass on to a better life. According to Khmer belief, those who do not follow the practices of Pchum Ben are cursed by their angry ancestors. Top ^
    Water Festival
    Another very colorful festival is the Water Festival or the Festival of the Reversing Current. It takes place in late October or early November and marks the reversal of the Tonle Sap River so that it once again flows south from the Tonle Sap Lake into the Mekong River. The highlight of the three-day festival is the boat races that are held in Phnom Penh. Individual villages build their own boats by hollowing out a log to make a dugout canoe that is rowed by as many as forty people! The prow and the stern of the canoe turn upward and the prow is painted with an eye, just like the war vessels on the wall of the temples at Angkor Thom. On the first two days of the festival, pairs of boats race each other. At sunset on the third day, there is a big race and everyone believes that the river is happy, the fish will be plentiful and the rice crop will flourish.

    7. LDLD: Cambodia. Cultural Differences. NonVerbal Communication.
    Cambodian Culture American Majority Culture Physical appearance and physical surroundings are important
    http://www.ldldproject.net/cultures/cambodia/differences/nonverbal.html
    Main Page CoVerbal Communication NonVerbal Communication Interpersonal Communication ... References NonVerbal Communication NonVerbal Communication Nonverbal Communication is a language without words, sometimes called body language. It comprises a diversity of culturally derived behavioral displays such as artifacts chronomics haptics kinesics ... proxemics and silence/time Artifacts are the result of conscious management of general appearance, dress and physical surroundings. Cambodian Culture American Majority Culture Physical appearance and physical surroundings are important and provide visual cues as to the status and tone of conversations. Formality of dress is very important at work and for important occasions. Formal dress is also considered a sign of respect when teaching, or as a guest. Physical appearance and physical surroundings are important and provide visual cues as to status and tone of conversations.

    8. Cambodia Culture
    Notes about the Cultural of Cambodia Cambodia Water Festival 1012 November 2000. The past six weeks have seen holidays here in Cambodia almost every week.
    http://www.parish-without-borders.net/cditt/cambodia/khculture.htm
    Cambodian Culture
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    Cambodia Water Festival
    10-12 November 2000
    The past six weeks have seen holidays here in Cambodia almost every week. On Thursday of this week we celebrated Cambodian Independence Day, and on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday the Cambodian Water Festival. Click here for a history and description of the Water Festival and click here for photos from this year's celebration! Interesting! And click here for some follow-up notes after the festival!
    Independence Day 2000
    9 November 2000
    Cambodia was part of French Indochina, along with Laos and Vietnam, and this monument to independence was erected at the end of French colonial rule in South East Asia in the 1950s. (Charlie lives just three blocks from here.) Units from the Cambodian army, navy, and air force take part in the Independence Day celebration on 9 November 2000.
  • 9. CAMBODIAN CULTURE - Page 2
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    10. Cambodia Culture
    Hindu cosmology had a great impact on the whole Cambodian culture. Today, almost 91% of the population are TheravadaBuddhists - the faith has had a formative influence on everyday
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    Cambodians comprise a variety of kids who are commonly called Khmer. The Khmer constitute about 91 percent of the population. The population also includes a diversity of other ethnic backgrounds: Chinese, Vietnamese, Chams, and hilltribes, called Khmer Roeu. The Khmer are believed to have lived in the region from about the 2nd century CE. They may constitute a fusion of Mongul and Melanesian elements. They have been mainly influenced over the centuries by the powerful Indian and Japanese kingdoms. The Khmer-Loeu - or upland-Khmer - are one of the main tribal groups and live in the forested mountain zones, mainly in the North-East. Traditionally, the Khmer-Loeu were semi-nomadic and practiced slash and burn agriculture. In recent years, because of their increasing numbers, they have turned to settled agriculture and adopted many of the customs of the lowland Khmer. There are about 500.000 Cham-Malays, descended from the The Chams of the royal kingdom of Champa, based in the present day central Vietnam. They now constitute the single largest ethnic minority in the country. The Chams were badly persecuted during the Pol Pot regime and their population more than halved. They are Muslims and their spiritual centre is Chur-Changvra near Phnom Penh. The Chams are traditionally cattle traders, silk weavers and butchers. The Chinese migrated in the 18th and 19th century to Cambodia, where most of them became involved in commerce. During the Pol Pot years and later many Chinese left the country or were killed. Today there is a population of about 100.000 left in Cambodia. Estimated 200.000 Vietnamese live in the country today. The southern part of Cambodia has always had many inhabitants of Vietnamese decent as well as the area around Phnom Penh.

    11. Cambodian Culture Food - Blogs, Pictures, And More On Blogged
    back to 1866 and houses the Silver Pagoda. Your virtual Cambodian history lesson continues at the National Museum. If you kind in Phnom Penh.
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    var logged_in = ""; Submit a Blog SignUp Login Blog Directory ... Old Home Blogs about: Cambodian Culture Food The Water Festival k'telontour of the World ... and is one of the most important celebrations for the Cambodian people. The city has a carnival atmosphere throughout and ... and give visitors the opportunity to experience many aspects of the Cambodian culture , from music to food . Different locations across the city will be used to host events ... of these festivals is an ideal way to see the culture of a country one would not normally see. Hotels ... related tags: days finally good made ... Cambodian Brighter Future ... and one-party state like in current Cambodian government. Good job for Vietnamese who ... for Cambodians is the stupidity of Cambodian government who has swarmed by a ... to carry out policy that Cambodian people must preserve the culture of obedience, ... Madam Clinton considered as the servants of Cambodian people. Madam Clinton aimed to empower ... Wu. While Mr. Wu gave us food on plate, Madam Clinton gave us ...

    12. Culture Of Cambodia - Traditional, History, People, Clothing, Traditions, Women,
    —, Carol Mortland, and Judy Ledgerwood, eds. Cambodian Culture Since 1975 Homeland and Exile, 1994. Edwards, Penny. Cambodge The Cultivation of a Nation
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    Identification. Cambodge, which comes from the Khmer word Khmer as a noun or adjective can refer to the Cambodian language, people, or culture and thus suggests an ethnic and linguistic identity more than a political entity. From 1970 to 1975, the country was known as the Khmer Republic (KR). Location and Geography. Cambodia lies between Thailand and Vietnam in mainland southeast Asia, with a smaller stretch of the northern border adjoining Laos. The most central region culturally and economically is the lowland flood plain of the Mekong River and Tonle Sap Lake. The Sap River meets the Mekong at Phnom Penh, where the river soon divides again into the Bassac and the Mekong, which flow through southern Vietnam to the South China Sea. Although Cambodia also has a coastline on the Gulf of Thailand, the coast is separated from the central flood plain by mountains; only since the 1950s have railroads and roads provided ready access to the coastal port towns. The economy is dominated by wet rice agriculture. The iconic image of the countryside is one of rice paddies among which are scattered sugar palms. Until recently, much of the area outside the flood plains was forested.

    13. LDLD: Cambodia. Cultural Differences. Co Verbal Communication. Co Verbal Communi
    Cambodian Culture American Majority Culture The tone of voice is non tonal.
    http://www.ldldproject.net/cultures/cambodia/differences/coverbal.html
    Main Page CoVerbal Communication NonVerbal Communication Interpersonal Communication ... References Co Verbal Communication Co Verbal Communication Paralanguage or coverbal communication refers to the vocal cues that accompany spoken language. It is not what we say, but how we say it, encompassing the tone and emphasis of the spoken words. Cambodian Culture American Majority Culture The tone of voice is non tonal. Raising the voice and getting angry is considered impolite and bad manners. Self-control is valued; therefore, people who do show anger are not respected. NOTE: Recent history has made Cambodians reserved and cautious in their daily behavior. The tone of voice is low pitched. People usually use a soft-spoken tone in daily conversation and will only raise their voice in tense or hostile situations.

    14. Cambodian Culture
    When the culture extinguishes, the Nation will disappear. When the culture is magnificent, the Nation is prosperous .
    http://camlefa.org/cam_culture.html
    Cambodian Culture " When the culture extinguishes, the Nation will disappear. When the culture is magnificent, the Nation is prosperous". Khmer proverb When we talk about development, we often mention about changes in people's behaviors and practice. A culture of a Nation determines a range of people's behaviors and practice. Cambodian culture is characterized by: Cambodian Traditional practices Tradition (in Khmer: Propeyni) is the set of common practice in Cambodia, which valued by most Khmer people as a good thing to be maintained. Habits/patterns (in Khmer: Tumneam tumLap) are set of norms or behaviors that were practiced by many Cambodians in the past, but they lost their values and are currently being practiced partly by the Cambodian society. Tradition has higher status than a pattern. The common greeting to each other is Sampeah (putting palms together as in prayer). The high of the bow determines the level of greeting, examples (from low high): a lower status person friends and colleagues - higher status person- parents King monks god (go

    15. Cambodian Culture Print At AllPosters.com
    Cambodian Culture Print at AllPosters.com. Choose from over 500,000 Posters and Art Prints. Value Framing, Fast Delivery, 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.
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    16. Cambodian Culture
    WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT NOW! World Heritage Listing of PREAH VIHEAR On JuneJuly 2008 in Quebec – Canada. Please E-mail your support to g.boccardi@unesco.org
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    Support Cambodia for World Heritage Listing of Preah Vihear temple @ 2008 Canada
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    Please E-mail your support to: g.boccardi@unesco.org Photo courtesy: The Royal Embassy of Cambodian to the United Kingdom PREAH VIHEAR TEMPLE: The Mountain Temples of Gods
    Name: Prasat Preah Vihear
    Creator: Suryavarman I and Suryavarman II
    Primary deity: Shiva
    Architecture: Banteay Srei (fortress of women) style and others
    Location: Preah Vihear Province, Kingdom of Cambodia
    Ownership documents: International Court of Justice in the Hague @ 1962  ( Click here for the original documents in pdf UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee recognized that the Sacred Site of the Temple of Preah Vihear is of great international significance and has Outstanding Universal Value and agreed in principle that the Temple should be inscribed in the World Heritage List. In the 6th century , King Yasovarmamn I (889-900) began work on the original dedicated to Shisa as result of spiritual development, increased political prestige and economic growth was naturally reflected in the Temple undergoing more than 300 years of consultation with deal of remodeling under subsequent King Suryavarman II (1113–1150) this increased prestige naturally changed the original small sanctuary into one of the greatest Khmer temples of all times. This ranking was the result of the finest in situ carving that depicted the highest standards of unique Khmer architecture.

    17. Cambodian Culture On Campus - Friday September 7, 2001 - The Arizona Daily Wildc
    Sok Sokhoeun dances to convey Dance, The Spirit of Cambodia in Robam Apsara. The Spirit of Cambodia will be featured Sept. 15 at 8 p.m. in Centennial Hall.
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    AZ STUDENT MEDIA Arizona Student Media info... Daily Wildcat staff alumni... TV3 - student tv... ... KAMP - student radio... Cambodian culture on campus Associated Press Sok Sokhoeun dances to convey "Dance, The Spirit of Cambodia" in "Robam Apsara." "The Spirit of Cambodia" will be featured Sept. 15 at 8 p.m. in Centennial Hall. By Lisa Lucas ARIZONA DAILY WILDCAT Friday September 7, 2001 UAPresents generates cultural awareness through lectures Campus officials have been saying all year that cultural appreciation and awareness have never been more abundant on the UA campus. Beginning Sunday, UAPresents education director Benita Silvyn will promote this appreciation with the continuation of her program, "Cultures in Context." Silvyn said she began the "Cultures in Context" program last year in order to generate more cultural appreciation of the performances brought to Centennial Hall. "We saw a need to share information of the different cultures so that people would have more of an understanding (of) how the performances we're bringing in (to Centennial) thrive from culture," Silvyn said.

    18. All About Cambodia
    LEARN ABOUT ANOTHER CULTURE. There is so much to say about the rich Cambodian Culture.
    http://www.roch.edu/course/doors2cambodia/cambodia._culture.html
    CAMBODIAN CULTURE LEARN ABOUT ANOTHER CULTURE There is so much to say about the rich Cambodian Culture. We believe that if one is going to be a "Citizen Diplomat" and work side by side with someone from another culture, then he or she must know more about that person's culture. This page will help you do this. Hopefully you too will better appreciate the rich Cambodian Culture.
    Something to think about... When we were in Cambodia, some of us kept singing, "like the mouse loves cheese" - even though the words clearly read RICE. This is an example of ethnocentrism - or having a tendency to see your culture first. Still today, our teacher says cheese sometimes! Learning more about another culture is one of the best things to do for citizen diplomacy. Congressman

    19. Readers Submissions: The Cambodian Culture Shock
    The first thing I'll say about Cambodia is that on first impressions the place makes you feel like you are in one huge brothel. Is that a good thing?
    http://www.stickmanbangkok.com/reader/reader59.html
    Stickman's guide to B a n g k o k Reader's Submissions: The Cambodian Culture Shock By Warlord France Hotel Guide
    The first thing I'll say about Cambodia is that on first impressions the place makes you feel like you are in one huge brothel. Is that a good thing? Well I guess that depends on your point of view? If you're reading Stick's website then for you, it most probably is a good thing. I was travelling with a mate around South East Asia towards the end of the year 2000 and we landed at Phnom Penh airport after flying in from Saigon. $20 later and a shiny new visa in the passport, we scored a cab into the city and checked into the Narin Guest House. You'll have to forgive me but I can't remember many specific road names of the places I'm going to mention. yum yum
    Stickman says: I too enjoyed visiting Cambodia and if a certain Mr Sharpless has anything to do with it, I'll probably go back over and visit again. I too found it a fascinating place, but the situation with the girls there was somewhat troubling. Those Vietnamese girls were not there of their own volition and some of the girls seemed horribly young. More than a few girls admitted to myself and my travelling companion that they were younger than the 15 mark you mentioned. There is a lot of poverty and some of the general cleanliness and hygiene was poor, yet seeing people fiddling with these young girls in a bar was far more disgusting.
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    20. REACHing Cambodian Adults In Lowell, Massachusetts
    increased from 0 in 2000 to more than 4,000 in 2005. n During September 20032006, 901 health and human service professionals attended classes to help them understand Cambodian culture
    http://www.cdc.gov/reach/pdf/MA_Lowell.pdf

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