I’ve always found it fascinating how a single man-made line can determine one country’s economic, social and moral welfare from another’s. The border crossing from Thailand into Cambodia – or ‘Democratic Kampuchea’, as they call themselves – is a good example. Where Thailand has pavement, Cambodia has dirt roads. Its border is lined with billboards … Read more
A Mantra to Live By
"What do you do?"
"I do it all. A-L-L."
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