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13 hrs ago | Thanh Nein News
The entire staff of the Mlis Toul Tompoung BBQ celebrating payday. Photo by Calvin Godfrey Food epiphanies-those revelatory meals that once lifted me up and blew me over in Saigon daily-feel fewer and farther between these days.
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17 hrs ago | Pnompenh Post
LET THERE BE LIGHT Panasonic this week donated 1,500 solar lanterns to Unesco to be handed to the Apsara National Authority for distribution to the poorest villages in the Angkor park.
22 hrs ago | Pnompenh Post
After one twentysomething Austrian expat was asked by prospective expats for advice on settling in Phnom Penh, she decided to found a business to help.
Supporters welcome housing activist and prisoner of conscience, Yorm Bopha, after she was released on bail, 22 November 2013.
Phu Quoc has been contested by Cambodia and Vietnam for decades, and it's no wonder: the tiny ocean paradise boasts unmarred beaches and bags of charm.
Regional investment in Greater Mekong Subregion countries is expected to top US$51.19 billion over the next five to six years, mostly for infrastructure development.
A semiannual study of defendants' rights in Cambodian courts released this week found an alarming prevalence of pre-trial detention in cases involving juvenile suspects, who are routinely blended with adult prison populations.
The Cambodia National Rescue Party has said it plans to expand the mass demonstration already slated for Tuesday in Siem Reap to include another large rally in the capital.
As dusk falls and lights flick on amongst a hodgepodge of restaurants, nail salons and dance clubs overlooking this Cambodian capital's waterfront, tuk-tuk taxis whisk past a reality that emerges nightly in the shadows along the street.
Strong economic growth has helped reduce poverty in Cambodia dramatically in recent years, from 53 per cent in 2004 to about 20 per cent in 2011.
Mao Socha, 28, official at Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training: "I think Cambodians and people around the world will continue to serve human rights with transparency.
Angkor Wat is set to be the venue of a special concert in the spirit of wa - the Japanese word for harmony - tonight featuring traditional music from across Southeast Asia and Japan.
Um Nit, a survivor of forced marriage during the Khmer Rouge's "Killing Fields" rule between 1975 and 1979, washes dishes at a water pump at her home in Svay Rieng province, Cambodia, on Nov. 1, 2013.
The wealthy and powerful in Cambodia have a long history of involvement in hit-and-runs of local people on the country's highways, fueling public anger.
A young Cambodian woman from Takeo province beat international competition for the top prize at this year's Angkor Photo Festival last weekend.