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Working in Cambodia

Location: Phnom Penh, Cambodia

A memorial at the Killing Fields outside Phnom Penh.

Nice French boulevards with mango and coconut trees.

A great restaurant that trains street kids to be waiters.

Is that what I think it is growing wild by the Mekong?

Sunrise from my hotel window. Priceless.

Locals relaxing by the river after work. A sunset cruise costs four dollars.

Prime Minister Hun Sen, still going strong after 24 years in office. I got to hear him speak at an Asian Development Bank conference on the emerging non-banking financial market (i.e. insurance). He talked more about Western corruption and hypocrisy than banking, though.

My boss (center) and fellow Cambodian Greater Mekong Subregion delegates preparing for an upcoming conference in Manilla. The GMS is important for economic cooperation between Burma, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand, and also for dealing with their big upstairs neighbor, China.

My office, the Government Palace on Sisowath Quay, was previously a colonial governor's residence and the head of UNTAC during the historic '93 elections.

After complaining about the guys in Mercedes for so many years, I'm finally the guy in the Mercedes.