August 26, 2010

Cambodia After the Conflict: A Personal Account

Ankor Wat testifies the past glory of cultural and political prowess. The “killing field” epitomizes human cruelty and folly. Cambodia, to this day, is one of the most landmined countries in the world. Poverty-stricken, war-torn, Cambodians have been struggling for rehabilitation, re-building social cohesion through creative knowledge, and the international communities have stepped in.

How does it work? What has been done? Are there still insurmountable “landmines” in the minds?

  • Speaker: Philippe M.F. Peycam

    Director, Institute of International Asian Studies in the Netherlands

  • Moderator: Cheng-lung Kuo

    Editor in Chief, China Times Weekly