Cambodia To Block Release of Chinese Cyber-Scam Film

The Ministry of Culture claims that “No More Bets,” which has topped the box office in China, could damage the country’s reputation.

UN Report Details Massive Scale of Southeast Asia’s ‘Scamdemic’

The region’s multibillion-dollar cyber-scam industry is being supported by “one of the largest coordinated trafficking in persons operations in history.”

Cambodia’s famed Angkor attracts nearly 540,000 int’l tourists in first 9 months

Cambodia's famed Angkor Archeological Park had recorded 539,561 foreign tourists during the first nine months of 2023, a year-on-year increase of 302 percent, said a news release on Monday.

Srettha and Cambodian PM target big jump in bilateral trade

Thailand and Cambodia will boost bilateral trade to US$15 billion (550 billion baht) per year by 2025, it was agreed during Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin’s one-day official visit on Thursday.

New study finds that microfinance is exacerbating climate precarity and harm in Cambodia

A recent paper co-authored by King's academics argues that microfinance, often projected as a means of coping with climate risk, in fact contributes to farmers in Cambodia being in greater debt and more vulnerable to climate change.

Cambodian court bars environmental activists from traveling to Sweden to receive ‘Alternative Nobel’

A court in Cambodia on Monday barred three environmental activists who are serving suspended prison sentences for their advocacy work from traveling to Sweden next month to receive the prestigious Right Livelihood Award.

How ‘Mother Nature Cambodia’ fights environmental harm in an authoritarian state

The Right Livelihood Award, often referred to as the 'alternative Nobel Prize', has been conferred to the Cambodian environmental rights group Mother Nature Cambodia.

Mother Nature Cambodia’s ‘relentless’ activism earns Right Livelihood Award

Environmental activist group Mother Nature Cambodia has been named one of Right Livelihood’s 2023 laureates.

Cambodia’s Koh Ker archaeological site inscribed on Unesco World Heritage List

Cambodia’s Koh Ker temple archaeological site has been officially added to Unesco’s World Heritage List during the ongoing 45th session of the World Heritage Committee in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Testimonial therapy: Buddhism’s influence in the aftermath of the Khmer Rouge tribunal

Faith-based interventions and criminal prosecutions can innovatively meet.

How masters of traditional Cambodian instruments are helping heal a land still recovering from the horrors of genocide

The Khmer Magic Music Bus takes traditional Cambodian instruments and songs across the country, hoping to reconnect locals with their national identity.

Cambodia’s Diplomat, Who Survived the Khmer Rouge, Tried to Get Ukraine and Russia to Talk About Peace

“I became a diplomat by accident,” Cambodia’s ambassador to the United Nations, Sophea Eat, said. Yet her rise in the world of diplomacy is also a story of survival, hard work and resilience.