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Alessandro Marazzi Sassoon

Reporter/sub editor

Alessandro began working at the Phnom Penh Post in 2015 as a national reporter through the Princeton in Asia fellowship program. Currently he writes for both the national and lifestyle sections. He's variously covered the environment/climate change, the Khmer Rouge Tribunal, narcotics, public health as well as arts and culture. He can be followed on Twitter and Instagram @alemzs

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Photos of refugee camps unearthed
Art form gets UN heritage status
Know Your Hood: Central ‘China Town’
MY PHNOM PENH: Lars Olsen, ECCC spokesperson
‘Sea Project’ raises awareness for marine life
MY PHNOM PENH: Long Sophal, Water Festival racer
Leaving sushi to the master chef
The villages between life and death
Re-tracing some forgotten tracks
Much-loved Kampot café gets new digs
National soft tennis team sets out to become champions of an unusual sport
Kampot’s second writers festival builds on success
In the US, who wins?
MY PHNOM PENH: Peg LeVine, academic
Dining in with the internet chef
A sushi chef with a ‘personal attachment’
Sihanouk’s empty villas captured on film
MY PHNOM PENH: Ken Gadaffi, Olympic Committee adviser and radio host
Nigerian diaspora struggles to shift perceptions
Self-taught photographer Jerry Thai talks about what it takes to succeed
Niche temptations at sake and whisky bar
MY PHNOM PENH: Masahiro Hara, aka The Potato: Blogger
Selling the ‘gelato’ shop model in the Kingdom
A day of dapper riding for distinguished causes
MY PHNOM PENH: Billy Chia-Lung Tai, Human rights consultant