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Cambodia's Booming New Industry: Orphanage Tourism
It's the end of your three week vacation in Southeast Asia. You did good. You managed to hit all the locations on the backpacker's circuit; lounging on the tropical Islands off the Thai Peninsula, experiencing the street food of Bangkok, exploring the temples of Siem Reap, and shopping on the floating markets of the Mekong River.
Thu May 23, 2013
Youths Hold 'Key' To Asean's Future
AMMY+3) in Brunei Darussalam concluded yesterday with the release of joint ministerial statement agreed by attending officials from Asean members countries including their Plus Three partners China, Japan and Korea.
Running shoes leave bloody footprints: inside Asia's garment trade
Think Bangladesh is the only country with unsafe labour practices? Garment workers are not safe in so-called "clean" south-east Asian countries either, writes Australian Phnom Penh Post journalist Shane Worrell .
Phnom Penh: Inside Cambodia Angkor Air's Lounge at Phnom Penh International Airport
Here's a random peek inside the home airport lounge of Cambodia Angkor Air , the national carrier of Cambodia .
The Daily Star
Independence Day Special 2013
On this March 26, Bangladesh will be 42 and on the threshold of 43 years of its emergence as an independent nation.
Latitude: Cambodia No Model For Workers' Rights Even If Conditions Are Better Than In Bangladesh
After an overloaded mezzanine collapsed at the Wing Star Shoes Factory on the southern outskirts of Phnom Penh last week, killing two workers and injuring 11 others, the Cambodian government sprang into action.
Scientist at Work Blog: Mekong Mystery: Dwindling Fish
The fish harvest from the Mekong is increasingly dominated by small fish, like these drying in the sun at a fishing camp at the border of Laos and Cambodia.
Neutral Asean members can do more on South China Sea issues
Clues about the character of the new Chinese leadership are emerging from its interactions with members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations .
Wed May 22, 2013
Unesco talks opposed
Thailand's delegates to the World Heritage Committee meeting in June will oppose any discussion on the Preah Vihear temple, the government says.
'Tough Stand' urged if Phnom Penh tables plan
Ministry officials are concerned Cambodia might again table a universal management plan for the disputed area around the Preah Vihear Temple at a Unesco World Heritage Committee meeting in Phnom Penh next month.
There's no truth, There's ...
Rithy Panh's powerful and personal documentary about Khmer Rouge era Cambodia is one of the best films at this year's Cannes festival Cambodian director Rithy Panh's new documentary film pays tribute to and questions the power of image.
Season of Cambodia to Culminate with Visual Arts 'Open Studio' Exhibition, 5/25-27
Organizers of Season of Cambodia announce the final week of events for its two-month long arts festival, which began in early April 2013, and now culminates with a visual arts 'Open Studio' exhibition of works by five artists-in-residence at Governors Island off the southern tip of Manhattan.
Tue May 21, 2013
Join the scramble for riches in the Mekong region
In June 1866, an adventurous French expedition consisting of two steam-driven gunboats, filled with liquor, flour, guns and other goods, left Saigon and headed up the Mekong River to find a new inland way to China.
Sciaroni & Associates: Ruling Endorses Investment in Cambodia
A recent decision by an independent international arbitration authority is an indication that Cambodia is an increasingly attractive candidate for expanded foreign investment, regional advisory and business leaders said today.
Second Cambodian factory collapse injures 23
People watch as a roof of a relaxing shelter is lifted from the water after it collapsed behind a factory in Phnom Penh on May 20, 2013.
Mon May 20, 2013
New York Magazine
Beauty School for Ex-Sex Slaves
Michael Angelo stands in the Wonderland Beauty Parlor , a swarm of mermaid Barbies hanging overhead.
A Tale of Two Factory Disasters: What Cambodia Can Teach Bangladesh
A garment worker attends a march on the streets to mark International Labor Day in Phnom Penh, May 1, 2013.
Man jailed for Cambodia sex offences
A British man has been jailed at the Old Bailey for 21 months for child sex offences committed in Cambodia.
The Miami Herald
Cambodian ceremony honors victims of Khmer Rouge
More than 1,000 Cambodians have turned out for the official annual ceremony honoring victims of the 1970s communist Khmer Rouge regime, blamed for the deaths of about 1.7 million Cambodians.
Sun May 19, 2013
Ceiling of Asics-contracted factory collapses, 2 workers die
Cambodian rescuers work at the site of a factory collapse in Kai Ruong village, south of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, where two workers were killed and seven injured .