Monthly Archives: December 2010

Monks barred from Boeung Kak

Dec. 30, 2010. The 99 monks Boeung Kak residents invited to conduct a blessing ceremony in the lake area on Dec. 29 were ordered by the authorities not take part in the ceremony. In response, residents marched to Sras Chok … Continue reading

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Hun Sen Signed Off Boeung Kak Evictions

Dec. 29, 2010. In a breaking story the Phnom Penh Post today reported a Chinese company has invested in the Boeung Kak project. According to the article, Chinese media reports the Boeung Kak area formed part of a US$3 billion … Continue reading

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Shukaku Roads Evict More Residents

Dec. 24, 2010. 18 families living in Village 23, Boueng Kak 2, Khan Toul Kork have been given one week to demolish their homes to make way for an access road to the illegal Shukaku Inc. development in the nearby … Continue reading

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More protests at BKL

Dec. 21, 2010. The Phnom Penh Post reported on a demonstration by Boeung Kak lake residents if front of the offices of Shukaku Inc. On the same day, Asia News reported more generally on the situation facing residents in the … Continue reading

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Season’s Greetings from Shukaku the Shark

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Spirit Help

Reported in the Cambodia Daily on Dec. 20, 2010.

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Remaining Residents in Village 1 Struggle for Compensation

Dec. 18, 2010. 24 families living in Group 8, Village 1 on Saturday morning organised a press conference to air their grievances against Shukaku Inc. for refusing to pay them any compensation. Their homes, now flooded with water, are located … Continue reading

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