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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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Art form gets UN heritage status
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
MY PHNOM PENH: Peg LeVine, academic
Dining in with the internet chef
In the US, who wins?
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
A taste of France with a hint of Cambodia
A glimpse into the soul of a river