Tuk tuk theatre has partnered with BBC. No not the British news station but Building Bridges for Children who operate in Pursat. They run an interesting concept that is different to most NGO's. You see they don't just believe in helping the poor in Cambodia. They see only helping the poor they see it as a way of segregating the Cambodian people when we should be looking at more inclusive model. In recent times there has been an increase in middle class Cambodians who often miss out on the opportunities for education that the poor people get as ...
May 8, 2016Adrian Paschkow
So you donated money to tuk tuk theatre and now we are donating your donations somewhere else. Well we are.... but we're not... Let me explain. The youth group at a local Pursat school are a bunch of year 11 and 12 students who work on projects to give back to their local communities in recognition of the opportunities that they receive through the NGO run school. Lately we have wanted to introduce new games and activities into tuk tuk theatre but hit a language barrier that makes it difficult to get the fun across. Enter our own little translators ...
October 9, 2015Adrian Paschkow
Buses, trucks, vans, cars, motorbikes and the odd tuk tuk fill up the roads of Cambodia. There is a center line painted neatly on most roads but very little regard for its use. It seems to be more there to mark the middle of the road than to separate traffic. Steaming down the road at a respectable 35km/h it only took us 6.5 hours (including breaks) to do the 170km from Battambang to Siem Reap. After careering through a red light at full speed (it’s the first one we had seen in months) we arrived in Siem Reap on the ...
June 28, 2015Adrian Paschkow