[At-Large] Support Norbert Klein and his Pepper Farm, please

Dr. Alejandro Pisanty Baruch apisan at unam.mx
Sat Dec 19 06:07:20 UTC 2020

?Let me add that Norbert Klein moved from Germany (Eastern) to Cambodia and did tons of good work not only for the internet but further out. In particular he took part in the localization of Microsoft software to the Khmer language and alphabet. He's never stopped standing up for good causes; we also knew him in Mexico through some of the human-rights activists of the 1960s, when that activity was much more marginal and dangerous than ever after. Izumi, I hope you are also promoting this cause in the IGF community.

Alejandro Pisanty

De: At-Large <at-large-bounces at atlarge-lists.icann.org> en nombre de Izumi AIZU <iza at anr.org>
Enviado: viernes, 18 de diciembre de 2020 10:10 p. m.
Para: At-Large Worldwide
Cc: Norbert Klein
Asunto: [At-Large] Support Norbert Klein and his Pepper Farm, please

Hi, long time no see!
Many of you may not know who I am. I was involved with the early days of ICANN and At-Large, from the Asia Pacific.

Some of you may remember Norbert Klein, an Internet pioneer based in Cambodia, and active at ICANN and IGF mainly from the non-commercial constituency as well as Francophony community.
Now, at the age of 86, he is semi-retired from the Internet policy/governance works, was quietly retired in the calm province of Cambodian village, helping Pepper Farm business with his partner.

Now that Covid-19 changed so many things, his farm is no exception. Please help them.
We need to reach the $10,000 target by Chrismas, if at all possible. So far, we made 20%.


Thank you for your support and sharing this message.

Izumi Aizu from Tokyo

                     >> Izumi Aizu <<
Institute for InfoSocionomics, Tama University, Tokyo
Institute for HyperNetwork Society, Oita,
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