Veteran Canadian Journalist Missing In Cambodia

Dave Walker was working on a film about Khmer Rouge war criminals at the time

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Canadian journalist Dave Walker has been missing since last Friday

Cambodian police are searching for a veteran Canadian journalist who has been missing since late last week, Canadian officials say.

Dave Walker, 58, has not been seen since he left his guesthouse in Siem Reap — leaving behind his passport, phone, laptop, wallet and belongings — to allow a housekeeper to clean his room last Friday.

He was in Cambodia to work on a movie tracing Khmer Rouge officials. Around 2 million people were slaughterd in Cambodia’s Killing Fields from 1975 to 1979 during the Khmer Rouge regime.

Walker’s friend, Peter Vronsky, told the National Post that someone may have tried to prevent him from finding suspects. “Somebody may have silenced Dave for that reason,” he said.

[National Post, Phnom Penh Post]


Minimalistic House

Here is a house is designed for a couple with children and it is note as an interesting in art for life, leading to construction in Cambodia construction materials said.

In this house spread over four different levels and two rooms, one is an area which use as a laundry in the basement.

One more thing this house has work with progressive subtraction and simplification and there is a few materials used to give the whole area a most discreet air, they are massive oak slats, cement and resin for the stairs, resin for the covering of the bathroom walls with stone insert.

Indeed there are few colors as white for the walls have been painted with matt enamels and the same natural and artificial light, and the brown grey of the oak and grey for the stone kitchen.


The Modern Western Style House

There is a Taiwanese-American house for a newly couple, trustworthy construction in Cambodia<a href="">construction materials</a> highlighted.

By this side the house with Western style is not exotic, but it is stylish and elegant. One more thing this house was created with simple clean lines, white, beige that is grayish tonality for color baseline.

One more thing it will be without decoration if it is not for the breaking point of the iron blue wall. Indeed the wall certainly gets the leading role of the space and the interesting glassy such as metal, sliding door that is a solution for dividing the living from dining areas.

Anyway it is also used the color like the grass-green wire frame which makes visual division of the space and act as the elegant floor.


Worked with Dave years ago in the Toronto film and television scene...Praying for a good outcome to this story!!!