Khmerness and the Thai ‘Other’: Violence, Discourse and Symbolism in the 2003 Anti-Thai Riots in Cambodia

@article{Hinton2006KhmernessAT,
  title={Khmerness and the Thai ‘Other’: Violence, Discourse and Symbolism in the 2003 Anti-Thai Riots in Cambodia},
  author={A. Hinton},
  journal={Journal of Southeast Asian Studies},
  year={2006},
  volume={37},
  pages={445-468}
}
  • A. Hinton
  • Published 2006
  • History
  • Journal of Southeast Asian Studies
  • If this Thai actress said that she hates Cambodians like dogs, we would like to tell her that Cambodians throughout the country hate Thais like leeches that suck other nations' blood.... If it is true, Kongying must lower her head to the ground and salute by placing palm to palm in order to apologize to Cambodians, who are a gentle and polite race and have never encroached on other countries' land. It is insulting enough for Cambodians to hear Thais wickedly saying to their children, 'You must… CONTINUE READING
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    See also 'Journalism curbing racial hatred: Cambodian media calls for more caution in news coverage
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