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Harriet Fitch Little

Reporter/sub editor
Post English

Harriet joined The Post in October 2014. She previously worked as a journalist and editor in Beirut, focussing on stories about social issues and culture in Lebanon and the region, including reporting from the Gezi Park occupation in Istanbul. She has contributed from afar to publications including the New Statesman, New Internationalist and Financial Times. Between Beirut and Phnom Penh Harriet returned to Cambridge for a post-graduate degree in political thought, where she co-edited the university's feminist magazine.

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Legend of rhythm bringing global beats to the capital
Dark tourism in Anlong Veng
Conference puts spotlight on Khmer language's extended family
Romeet to close doors, ponder future
Foster families lost on path to parenthood
Literary journal rewards talent in a still small field
Big task ahead for Sleuk Rith genocide centre
Brown-robed scourge
Young Khmers learn the craft of oral history
The Globe’s Hamlet comes to Cambodia
Winning film tells drug users’ stories
The politics of prayer
Thespians coming to Cambodia to prove Hamlet's global appeal
Merits of refugee deal aired in feisty debate
More than a decade later, the potter returns
Indonesia furnishing Khmer artists with fresh role models
Industrious painter adapts Western style
Meet the panhandlers of Phnom Tamao's notorious 'Beggars' Lane'
One last celebration of art
An elephantine overhaul
1978 WikiLeaks cables reveal ‘amazing mosaic’
Evoking tragedy through movement
Youth reviving the art of Khmer calligraphy in digital age
A year after her fall
Khmer dancers transform Mozart's The Magic Flute