Southeast Asia is one of the most complex and fascinating crossroads of civilization on earth. We recognize that many ethnicities and nationalities contribute to create this diversified whole.
Historical models encourage a unified economic community that benefit all members of the Southeast Asian community.
The highest priority of every government must be educating its children, the leaders of the future. DatAsia funded construction of Srei Devata Middle School in Kampong Thom, Cambodia through American Assistance for Cambodia. Unlimited opportunities exist to help children in this region.
We are dedicated to increasing understanding by publishing rare and essential studies that have been lost or forgotten. For examples of this please visit our dedicated book websites for Earth in Flower and Angkor the Magnificent.
Women have provided the stability, sustenance and cultural nurture that has allowed Southeast Asian civilizations to flourish. DatAsia recognizes the important roles women have played in history and actively seeks to continue research and publishing that expands awareness of this area. For more information please visit Devata.org.
The Road of the Strong: A Romance of Colonial Cambodia
The Khmer Kings and the History of Cambodia: Book I – 1st Century to 1595: Funan, Chenla, Angkor and Longvek Periods
Kenneth T. So
The Khmer Kings and the History of Cambodia: Book II – 1595 to the Contemporary Period
Kenneth T. So
Customs of Cambodia
Zhou Daguan, (Translators: Beling Uk, Solang Uk)
Cambodia Past: Explaining the Present
Etienne F Aymonier
King Cobra : Mekong Adventures in French Indochina