JUNG CHANG: IN CONVERSATION WITH THE KRWF GAZETTE

JUNG CHANG: IN CONVERSATION WITH THE KRWF GAZETTE Please tell, what has prompted you to visit Cambodia? To attend Kampot Readers & Writers Festival. When did you realise you were ‘a writer’? In 1991, when Wild Swans was published. Wild Swans is described as first real insight into life under the Chinese Communist party, what […]

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KRWF GAZETTE: A WORD WITH CLINT

Describe your first impressions of Kampot? Oh what a lovely little funky riverside town! I mean even Phnom Penh is pretty laid-back, especially compared to Sydney or Saigon, but Kampot is down-home and I love it. I love the steamy heat and the way that time seems to move so slow, like the river. You’ve […]

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KRWF Cambodian Songwriter’s Prize $5,000

KRWF Cambodian Songwriter’s Prize package valued at $5,000 $1000 cash 3 Days Professional Recording studio recording at 60 Road Studios, Siem Reap. Valued at $2000 1 x professional video clip produced by KAMA studios. Valued at $2000 1 half day photo shoot with renowned photographer. Valued at $2000 live presentation at Kampot Readers & Writers […]

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KRWF Cambodian Emerging Writer’s Prize

KRWF Cambodian Emerging Writer’s Prize. Send us your short story! and win international return flights, visas and accommodation worth over $2,000. This year KRWF is going digital and calling for Cambodian writers to send us 2000 words in English or Khmer or your voice recording (up to 5mins) telling us your story. What you choose […]

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Interview: A few words with our festival founder Julien Poulson

    1. Why Kampot? It seems to be a little on the remote side, so what is the inspiration behind this event and the location? Kampot is South-East Asia’s worst-kept secret. It is a town nestled between the mountains and the sea with a wonderful river—the Praek Teuk Chhu—snaking its way down from the […]

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