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Phnom Penh is a relatively small city and most of the major sights are fairly central. The most important cultural sights can be visited on foot and are located near the...
War with Vietnam
As the conflict in Cambodia raged, Sihanouk agreed, under pressure from China, to head a military and political front opposed to the Phnom Penh government. The Sihanouk...
The Miao Yao family between 1991 and 1994 in Laos
Between 1991 and 1994, the different communities grouped over a new irrigated scheme in the Nam Ma valley, Long district, where there remained some irrigable land...
How the Yang family organise its village?
The irrigated paddy cultivators come together for community maintenance work and for water distribution. This body is generally convened briefly and on a case by case...
The offside of football
When I met a young French friend and congratulated him on France winning the football World Cup, I expected a burst of joy but he only shrugged: “I don’t like...
Hammocks launched Viet Nam on road to mass transport
Next to the horse, the vong (hammock) and the kieu (palanquin) were the earliest modes of transport in Viet Nam. A hammock hung on a pole with a bearer at either end was...
Suvival rights (3)
 Another software project concept aligned with the United States Bill of Rights is the assumption that one person's software project rights are another person's...
Suvival rights (2)
 As Thomas Hobbes observed in the 17th century, life under mob rule is solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short. Life on a poorly run software project is solitary,...
Suvival rights (1)
 A struggling project threatens each party's survival needs. The customer worries whether the project will be delivered too late to serve its intended purpose,...
Survival needs (3)
 As Figure 1-2 illustrates, the needs of the software project hierarchy are not exactly the same as the needs of individual project participants. A developer, for...

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