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54 min ago | Pnompenh Post
Nearly 400 workers made a four-hour trek yesterday from their garment factory in Por Sen Chey district to Phnom Penh's Ministry of Labour, where they demanded the government intervene in their dispute.
4 hrs ago | Pnompenh Post
Drinking in the dark can be a dangerous diversion, even when you are only drinking coffee.
8 hrs ago | Yahoo!
Curled up together, these two-week-old orphaned twin sun bears in Cambodia are unaware their survival depends on an organisation with its roots in Perth.
11 hrs ago | Pnompenh Post
Grade 12 students collectively struck out on this year's high-stakes national exam, with individual results reflecting an even more dire drop than educators expected.
15 hrs ago | American Reporter
It's been a good week for evil. It started with a phrase in a New York Times story this past Sunday that has stuck in my head.
The Japan International Cooperation Agency, or JICA, is the independent agency of the Japanese government that coordinates official development assistance for economic and infrastructure improvement in developing countries.
After wrapping the crab meat and avocado in rice and seaweed, the sushi chef sprinkled the dish in tempura batter before dipping it into his deep frier.
Japan's Panasonic will develop a water purification system together with India's Tata Group, tapping into a fast-growing market in Asia, a media report said Saturday.
Gian Claudio di Cecco, utilising light painting, a style once favoured by Pablo Picasso, found inspiration for his work from Cambodian models Gone are the days when surreal photography could only be the result of camera trickery or darkroom chemistry.
'I do not want to be a monk,' says boy forced to live in a pagoda after his single mother lost her land in dispute with company Ches Chea is a reluctant monk.
In Teuk Thla Market, a warren of alleyways off of Russian Boulevard in Phnom Penh's Sen Sok district, bundles of plastic batons and pistol holsters dangle from storefronts like bunches of bananas.
Cambodia and Japan share a long history, with diplomatic and economic ties dating back 60 years.
The man behind Cambodia's first-ever blockbuster film, a maverick filmmaker who intends to set up the Kingdom's answer to Hollywood in Kirirom, claims a first-ever decision to restrict screenings to viewers aged over 15 is costing the film nearly half its audience.
In 2012 and 2013, more than 80 percent of the Grade 12 high school students taking the national exam passed it.
A group of villagers attempt to stop a KDC International bulldozer from clearing land early last month in Kampong Chhnang.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 08:48 pm
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