1. Cambodja ...via Hong Kong


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    • Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum (S21) Phnom Penh, Cambodia.


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      On February 5, 2015 We visited this museum in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The next day we visited the famous Killing fields. Just outside Phnom Penh. Both days made a huge impression on us. But not only on us, everyone gets emotional during this visit ... To understand exactly what happened here, you first actually watch the movie "The Killing Fields". Trailer: http://youtu.be/gNUGBZwNb3o

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      • Winter Tough Guy 2015


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        Glynn, Lauren, Jim and I take on the original Winter Tough Guy on 'January 32nd' 2015. Video doesn't do the adverse conditions justice. It was 2 Degrees, Windchill of minus 5 and windy as hell! Special thanks to Stacey and Terri (Support Crew) and Lisa, Jenny and Tanya (Marshals). Special thanks to VTKTM for the use of the first two tracks - B-Boy and Villian. Check them out! https://www.facebook.com/pages/VTKTM/170928292606

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        • Recalling the Horror at a Cambodian Killing Field


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          A visit to a "killing field" near Phnom Penh in 2013, Lest we forget.

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          • FROM A TO B CAMBODIA


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            The sixth instalment from our travel across half the globe. In this one we voyage across Cambodia, visiting the amazing Angkor Wat temples and are in Phnom Penh during the King's coronation anniversary. The last part of the video is dedicated to showing the tragic genocide that happened in Cambodia during the 1970s. For more information about what we're doing go to fromatob.wix.com/fromatob

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            • A story of faith in the Killing Fields - Barnabas Mam My Story


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              In the 1970s, when the Khmer Rouge took over Cambodia, there were about 10,000 Christians in the country. That number would dwindle to just 200 a few years later. Pastor Barnabas Mam is one of them.

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              • Record InFocus: News and issues with a Christian perspective - 05.09.14


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                This week's episode: * The view from Canberra. Politics InFocus with Lyle Shelton. * Is your marriage getting stale? Trafford Fischer has some timely tips. * And Barnabas Mam – he risked his life for the gospel in Cambodia’s Killing Fields. Now he’s determined to keep telling the good news.

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                • Stories from the Field 1


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                  • Boo-Dah Part 1 - Cambodia Vietnam


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                    Join 7 kids, 5 adults: Antonia Golfin, Eleni Drinias, Ethan Agosin, Gabrielle Agosin, John Golfin, Lielle Agosin, Nick Drinias, Nick Golfin, Orlanda Golfin, Patsie Polly, Revital Kadoury and Thomas Drinias as they journey 2,000km and 17 days by plane, train, automobile and boat adventure through Cambodia and Vietnam from 30JUN13 to 16JUL13. Trust us, after seeing this you will "beleeb"!

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                    • Phnom Penh is a city of contradictions


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                      It's hard to get past the contradictions in this city. First, the Cambodia has been through the most hideous, maniacal, murderous regime in recent memory. Pol Pot was as bad as Hitler, only he was murdering his own people on a scale that's unfathomable. 2-3 million people killed within a four year period is insanity. His Khmer Rouge regime had no plans for the future, no vision to grow the country. Instead what was once the equal of any other country in South-East Asia is now still arguably the poorest. This is where the second observation sickens me. There is so much incredible architecture to be admired in this city. The Royal Palace and National Museum of Cambodia just to name a couple, and they should be maintained for all to see. But then you see some of the embassies that have been built, or the Council of Ministers building, and you wonder why they can build these on such a grand scale, yet there are so many homeless, penniless people living in the streets right outside. It doesn't make sense to me, although I'm sure we can all take a pretty good stab in the dark at what's going on. While I didn't love Phnom Penh, I'm glad I came, even if it was to simply give me some perspective of what is going on in the world, and appreciate a little more what we have at home in Australia. After all, one of the reasons we embarked on this nomadic adventure was to get out of our comfort zone, see the world (warts and all) and find out if we Australians really do live in the 'Lucky Country'. Here's our video of our stay in Phnom Penh, we hope you enjoy it... MUSIC: "Curtain Up" by Jahzzar (http://www.betterwithmusic.com)

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