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The Indochina Media
Memorial Foundation

Penthouse, Maneeya Center
518/5 Ploenchit Road
Patumwan, Bangkok 10330
Tel: 02 652 0580-1

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Oct 2008 – Print/Photo – Ageing Asia
1.) Simple Happiness
By Thuy Duong
Tin Tuc News Newspaper - Vietnam

2.) The Elderly Have A Burden: Taking Care of HIV – Infected Generations
By Burmese Journalist

3.) Eldely People Fighting for Life
By Tiep Seiha
Royal University of Phnom Penh - Cambodia

4.) Un-dead Poet Community
By Yuthana Praiwan
Bangkok Post - Thailand

May 2008 – Television – The Mekong River: A Lifeline in Peril

1.) Mekong River: A Lifeline in Peril
2.) Off the Hook
3.) The Wave of Change

Oct 2007 – Print – Fighting Poverty Positively
1.) Rural Thai coffee goes global

By Burmese Journalist

2.) School for Life

By Viengsavanh Phengphachan
Vientiane Times – Laos

3.) Designer adds Thai flavor to Christmas decorations

By Amitha Amranand
Bangkok Post – Thailand

4.) Young Lisu caught between money and culture

Ung Chansophea
Cambodge Soir – Cambodia

5.) Self-help can solve housing problem

By Van Anh
Laodong Newspaper – Vietnam

May 2007 – Print – Reporting on Disasters
1) Thailand’s State-of-the-Art Warning System A Mystery to Many

By Anchalee Kongrut
Bangkok Post – Thailand

2) Kiss of the Killer Waves for Burmese Migrant Workers

By Burmese Journalist

3) The Tale of Two Villages

By Nguyen Thi Thanh Truc
Tuoi Tre - Vietnam

4) Tourism Brightens After Tsunami

By Soudalath Phonpachith
Vientiane Times Newspaper – Lao PDR

5) From Grieving to Weaving

By Ung Chamroeun
Cambodge Soir - Cambodia

Oct 2006 – Print - The Changing role of women in Asia
By: Duc Hanh
Journalism Magazine – Vietnam

2) PAVENA Foundation Offers Hope for Women and Children
By Sinthamala Lanavanh,
Lao Women’s Newspaper
Vientiane, Lao PDR

3) Family and Work: Burden for Women
By Doeuk Vannarith
AFP, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

4) Survival in the Cage of HIV
By Two Burmese Journalist

May 2006 – Print - Managing the Mighty Mekhong

1) No Flood No Food
Burmese Journalist

2) Community conservation takes deep root in Thailand
By Liu Jun,
China Daily, China

3) Fighting to fish
By Ekaphone Phouthonesy,
Vientiane Times, Lao PDR.

4) Giant Catfish Hunters Put on a Show
By Sin Putheary,
Fashion and Beauty Magazine, Cambodia

5) Rise of Trade Development in Mekong River:
By Kannika Kunakornvaroj,
Thansettakij Newspaper, Thailand

May 2005 – Print – Migrant Labour

1) People on the move
Burmese Journalist

2) No Home Too Far
By Sroy Nika
The Rasmei Kampuchea
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
3) School Regulations Against Migrant Children’s Rights
By Phonsavanh Vongsay
The Vientiane Times

 4) The Star of Mai: A Vietnamese trafficking victim drifts into Thailand
By Tran Hong Van

5) Women Migrants’ Shattered Dreams
By Manivone Luangsombath
Lao Womens’ Newspaper

Sept/Oct 2004 – Print –AIDS, Sars & Avian Flu

1) Not Just An Orphanage, Nikki’s Place is a Family
By Burmese Writer

2) Government’s Bird-Flu Deadline About to End
By Sam Rith,
Phnom Penh Post, Cambodia

3) Fighting Cocks – A Dangerous Way to Spread Bird Flu
By Phaisythong Chandara,
Update Magazine, Laos

4) Access For All? Debate Rages Over Drugs
By Chu Minh Truong,
Doanh Nhan, Vietnam

5) PIMJAI INTAMOON: A Source of Strength To Overcome AIDS Stigma.
By Apiradee Treerutkuarkul,
Bangkok Post, Thailand

6) AIDS Strikes Remote Hill Tribe, Burdens Elderly.
By IMMF Teamwork

November 2002 – Print – Man and Mighty Mekong

1) Mekong Mother Gives Short Resources to Her Child
By Chheang Sopheng ,
Deutsche Presse Agentur (DPA), Cambodia

2) Dam Building In Yunnan
By Xu Xiaodan , China Daily, China

3) From Rocks to Rapids: Can Human Beings Regulate the Untamed Mekong River?
By Tarinant Antaseeda .
Bangkok Post, Thailand

4) Delta in Danger
By Tran Hoang Tuyen ,
Vietnam Agriculture, Vietnam

5) Save the Dolphin – A Look at the Endangered Irrawaddy Dolphin
By Panee Manithip ,
Pasason Newspaper, Laos

6) I Come to You – Mekong
By Burmese Writer

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