Tag: Cambodia

  • Cambodia: A Student’s Perspective

    Written by student, Matt Kreiser, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Three days in Cambodia was a whirlwind emotionally, physically and spiritually. The journey began with a flight late in the […]

  • EGBOK: Providing Service Through Service

    “Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day.  Teach a man to fish and he will eat for a lifetime.”             […]

  • Making A Difference in Under an Hour

    Just a short drive outside the city of Angkor Wat, SAS students, staff, and lifelong learners were hard at work beneath the hot Cambodian sun. Joining forces with a group […]

  • Postcard From Cambodia: Family Reunion

    When Kida Toy discovered that Semester At Sea was offering field programs to Cambodia during its port in Viet Nam, he knew he couldn’t pass up the opportunity. A Cambodian-American, […]

  • Service through the Service Industry: SAS Alumnus Starts Non-Profit in Cambodia

    While the MV Explorer docked in Viet Nam, 300 students took advantage of Semester at Sea trips to visit neighboring Cambodia, experiencing recent history at the Killing Fields, exploring the […]

  • Student Photos – Viet Nam and Cambodia

    Xin chào from Viet Nam and sues dei from Cambodia. The MV Explorer docked in Ho Chi Minh City for five days and students spread out to every corner of […]

  • Top-Ten Tuesdays: Back to Basics

    As the MV Explorer sets sail from Yokohama to begin our long Pacific crossing, the Semester at Sea community has time to reflect back on the hectic and wonderful schedule […]

  • Finding home in Viet Nam and Cambodia

    Students reflect on the beauty, food, people, experience and culture they found in Viet Nam and Cambodia during the Fall 2011 Voyage of Semester at Sea.

  • Postcard From Cambodia*

    *Though not an official stop on the itinerary, nearly half the Fall 2011 participants took part in one of the four trips Semester at Sea offered to Cambodia.

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