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Sights
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...
23/11/2017
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...
20/07/2017
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...
15/07/2017
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...
15/06/2017
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...
01/06/2017
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...
28/05/2017
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...
19/05/2017
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,...
19/05/2017
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,...
19/05/2017
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...
19/05/2017

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