Monthly Archives: February 2016

Reading, Writing, Listening: Part 2

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(WordPress is being wonky, so I’ve had to split this into 2. Here’s the last part. Sorry…) ———- The week ended with an actual writing day for me, working on the next chapter of my work-in-progress. And there will be …

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Reading, Writing, Listening: Part 1

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It’s been an exceptionally varied week. It started on Monday with a short Writing Through ‘Taster’ workshop for the students in the Gender Equity Program of Bakong Motawni Junior High School, as supported by Caring for Cambodia. Gender Equity issues …

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Anjali House and the Meaning of Place

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This past Saturday night Writing Through held the Big Event which showcased the work of 24 students from Anjali House, the educational shelter where these workshops began. It was a beautiful, though somewhat steamy, Siem Reap night, and this year, …

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Wat Damnak

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Last week I ran the first of my Writing Through workshops for this year. Others have done theirs already, but this was my first, and it was held with students at Anjali House, where my programme first started six years …

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Sweet Home, Siem Reap

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So, I’m back — back in my room at my guesthouse, back at the educational shelter, Anjali House, where this all began. I spent my first week wearing my Anjali House Board Member hat, checking in on administrative and fundraising …

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