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New Pailin casino shrugs off conflict worry

Entertainment Gaming Asia will open a casino in Pailin province near the border with Thailand by next year, the firm said.

The proposed location “is far away from the current conflict area of the northern Cambodia Thailand border”, the firm’s Chief Executive Officer Clarence Chung said in a first quarter conference call.

“We are making solid progress in implementing our new growth strategy of owning and operating regional casinos in emerging gaming markets in the Indo-China region,” he said in a statement accompanying Monday’s conference call.

Last Updated (Sunday, 22 May 2011 07:34)

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Mistakes never to be made again

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Since my childhood, I have been taught about Cambodia, the Land of Sovann Phumi or “Golden Land” and about what happened before my generation -- the Khmer Rouge regime. I have learned very little in school about what happened during the reign of horror of the Khmer Rouge. What I have learned I have learned from my parents and other survivors.

I believe that younger generation should be taught both the good things about Cambodia during the marvelous period of Angkor era, and the terrible history of the Khmer Rouge. The land of Sovann Phumi is completely contrary to what happened during the Khmer Rouge regime, which for some was very shameful.

Last Updated (Sunday, 22 May 2011 07:34)

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Koh Pich: six months after

LotusMeas Phearum still vividily remembers being pinned along with hundreds of other young Cambodians last November on Diamond Island’s now infamous northern bridge.

“I was stuck for about four hours, and I had to stay at Calmette Hospital for two weeks for treatment,” the 23-year-old from Kandal province recalled yesterday.

“My legs still sometimes feel like numb flesh, even though I can walk.”

Last Updated (Sunday, 22 May 2011 07:44)

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