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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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Miami Vice and Mai Tais over Russian Market
Boiler operator found to hold expired licence
Permit for boiler that exploded at Levi’s supplier, killing one, ‘had expired’
The global fight for control of Phnom Penh’s Cao Dai temple
One arrested for ‘negligence’ after blast at Levi’s supplier
Blast at Levi's supplier kills one, injures seven
Waffle wizardry in Tuol Tompoung
Probe finds high-ranking officials involved in smuggling timber to Vietnam
The Monkey God’s last dance: Bidding a Lakhon Khol master farewell
Q&A: Rithy Panh on Exile and dignity
WWII-era shipwreck found off Koh Rong
Q&A: Rithy Panh on Exile and dignity
Cambodia's last tile masters: Why a local craft is under threat
Cambodia's last tile masters: Why a local craft is under threat
How Cambodian tile makers have put a local touch on a colonial craft
Siem Reap hotel is aiming for solar sustainability
Interview: Loung Ung, author of First They Killed My Father
Jolie unveils new film First They Killed My Father in Siem Reap
At Jolie film premiere, survivors and royalty re-witness Khmer Rouge horrors
The new normal: Cambodia faces climate change
Q&A: Behind the camera of First They Killed My Father
An elevated evening of dance
Challenging notions of the ‘proper’ Khmer woman
Taste of home: A mini dim sum empire dishes dumplings with a provincial flair
Num Ansorm: The salacious street snack