10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Khmer Rouge

40 years ago the the Khmer Rouge took over Phnom Penh marking the start of their 4-year rule of the country from 1975-1979. During their reign they implemented one of the most brutal and mysterious genocides to hit our planet. It was fueled by detest and fear of the western “free” world and what it stands…

Boueng Kak: Phnom Penh’s Epicenter for Street Art, Culture and Activism

Boueng Kak is the place to go if you want to experience street art, culture and activism. Located in the north of Phnom Penh, near Toul Kork, this area was once a thriving lake estuary, which tourists flocked to. Today, it is still thriving but there is no lake and because of that there aren’t…

Allergy

This spoken word piece is dedicated to my friend Brian, and a dining experience we had in Siem Reap together, where he ordered fried rice without cashews, due to his allergy and it took about three times to get it right because allergies don’t exist in Cambodia. I want to walk down roads with no…