Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Out of breath

Catching my breath, just, I have a busy schedule over the next few weeks, which should keep me out of mischief. I'm currently juggling my day job with meeting a host of visitors, penning a new magazine for my football club, splitting my time between Kompong Thom and Siem Reap to take in 2 weddings and some football, then on the 13th I have the book launch at Monument Books in Phnom Penh for that book (to which everyone is welcome, refreshments are free), another wedding party, more visitors arriving and then I'll be swamped with the Asean Tourism Forum, which is more day job stuff, oh and even more football. Blogging might have to take a bit of a back seat towards the end of this week, but I will try to keep up to speed.
Just got a copy of this month's AsiaLIFE and was disappointed not to see any mention of that book even though they had a copy to review. Oh well, maybe next month. Phnom Penh Post will more than make up for it with a review in this Friday's 7 Days magazine. Meta House is kicking off the year with a few events that caught my eye. More screenings of Lost Love and Enemies of the People are scheduled this month, even a screening of Lord Jim, made at Angkor in 1965, will happen, whilst an exhibition titled Cambodia Disaster will include works from painter Vann Nath and photographer Heng Sinith. One night not to miss will be the screening of My Voice, a documentary looking at disability, on 18th. Tonight I took dinner at the FCC on the riverside with some visitors over from the UK and spotted veteran BBC news journalist and broadcaster Michael Buerk partaking of the FCC fare. Obviously the place is staying true to its notoriety as a prime meeting place for journos.

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