A Cambodian refugee comes home, and helps village women learn to weave shimmering silk scarves and independent lives.
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Why We Write: (hint: It ain’t for the money.)
For “Dubitus”, a new magazine about travel and global issues, I wrote an article about Cambodia: “Weaving Lives of Silk and Freedom.”
Pretty much like any small town festival you’ve ever been to. Except for the flaming boats. And the monks chanting in Pali.
Up with the roosters—the early morning hours with the Noodle Maker and his family
Just one: Village banana seller, and her fabulous outfit
Was I insane to be wandering around in the jungle in a country with more landmines and unexploded ordnance lying in wait than anywhere in the world? A question, perhaps, for the one-armed man.