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About Daniel
Daniel Quinlan is a videographer based in Paris France.

Daniel Quinlan is an award winning photographer and videojournalist and was based in Southeast Asia for 10 years, shooting news, features, documentary and photos. He has been published in regional and international publications such as CNN, AFP, AP, Al Jazeera, ABC, NPR, The Age, Asia Correspondent, and Getty. He has also contributed to documentary features and produced videos for a number of local and international NGOs including Oxfam Cambodia, Transparency International, LRF and DCA. As well as freelancing Daniel currently works with Reel Light Productions.

Since 2009, Daniel has lived and worked in Nepal, Thailand, Cambodia and Myanmar. Prior to becoming freelancer he worked for two years as a full-time video journalist for The Phnom Penh Post.
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Politics Current Affairs Science & Environment

Pressure for change keeps mounting

19 Apr 2024  |  www.phnompenhpost.com
An opposition rally in Phnom Penh concluded without incident. Despite the final official election results remaining unchanged, the CNRP has vowed to take stronger action.

Topical growth factor preparations for facial skin rejuvenation: A systematic review

04 Apr 2024
This systematic review evaluates the effectiveness of topical growth factor preparations for facial rejuvenation. The review includes 33 studies with a total of 1180 participants, assessing the impact of various growth factor preparations on skin rejuvenation. The studies show a general improvement in fine lines, wrinkles, and skin texture, with most reporting positive results. The review acknowledges the heterogeneity in study outcomes and the potential for publication bias. The evidence largely comes from case series with a small number of randomized controlled trials. The review suggests that future studies should focus on standardized outcome measures, longer treatment durations, and follow-up to better understand the efficacy and optimal use of growth factor preparations for facial rejuvenation.

Guards beaten senseless

04 Apr 2024
During an opposition-aligned demonstration against the blockade of Freedom Park in Phnom Penh, protesters violently attacked district security guards, resulting in at least eight injuries. The protest escalated when security guards attempted to disperse the crowd, leading to clashes. Three Cambodia National Rescue Party lawmakers-elect were detained amidst the chaos. Rights groups expressed concern over the violence and urged political parties to refrain from using people for their own ends. The incident is under investigation by authorities.

Meet Thailand’s ‘Craft Beer’ Politician

20 Jan 2021
Taopiphop 'Tao' Limjittakorn, a Thai politician, is advocating for legislative changes to support the craft beer industry in Thailand, where current laws favor large breweries. He became known after being arrested for illegal brewing in 2017 and later joined the progressive Future Forward Party, which was dissolved in a controversial court case. Tao, now with Move Forward, is pushing for new legislation to lower the barriers for small brewers. Despite legal challenges, the craft beer market is growing, with new beers entering the market and increasing demand among Thais. Industry insiders like Brian Bartusch of Beervana have witnessed the surge in craft beer popularity, and Tao's efforts are seen as part of a broader appeal for economic democratization.

The aftermath of Thailand's tropical storm Pabuk

How The World's Biggest Bribe Scandal Unfolded In Iraq

30 Mar 2016
Basil Al Jarah, a fixer for Monaco-based Unaoil, was central to a vast bribery network influencing Iraqi officials to secure contracts for multinational companies. Unaoil paid bribes to win billions in government contracts, exploiting Iraq's oil wealth and undermining US promises of fair wealth distribution post-Saddam Hussein. The scandal was exposed through leaked emails revealing routine bribes to officials, implicating companies like Rolls-Royce, Petrofac, and Weatherford. High-level Iraqi officials, including deputy prime minister Hussain al-Shahristani and oil minister Kareem Luaibi, were also involved. Despite strict anti-bribery laws in the West, the corruption went largely unchecked. The revelations have not led to accountability for Unaoil's operations, which continue to thrive amidst Iraq's instability.

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