A book launch for Kismuth’s Breakfast in Cambodia also included a small conversation salon, ‘Living in Phnom Penh.’ Sharing the book’s first chapter, which is about the rainy season and the feeling of trying to get home before the hard rain hits, with others who could completely relate. That was how it opened. A long evening of chatting and connecting with new and different others at the cafe, Tini. Curious about the book? Find out more about Kismuth’s series, here.