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Earlier this year, Khmer440 contributor Gabi Yetter released her own very well-received manual, “The Definitive Guide to Southeast Asia: Cambodia.” Both of these books provide helpful information and optimistic encouragement to readers who are considering relocating to Cambodia.

All of the diseases that kill adults in Cambodia are even more dangerous to young children.

Kids are also more likely to be involved in accidents requiring emergency medical care, because kids are fragile and kind of stupid.

So just plan on working in a low paid teaching job in Cambodia until the day you die.

Of course, your lack of retirement planning will be the least of your concerns when you’re lying on your deathbed in a dirty Cambodian hospital at age 57.

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