Cambodia women’s football team is up and running – what comes next?

For Cambodia, women’s football was an afterthought for much of its history, so much so that it took until 2009 for a women’s team from the country to play a FIFA-recognized match.

Cambodia launches social security payments for poor

Ministry to determine who will qualify for cash assistance under policy ‘targeting at-risk families’.

Cambodia records over 1.57 million foreign tourists in 10 months

Cambodia attracted more than 1.57 million international visitors in the first 10 months of 2022, according to a tourism ministry's report on Wednesday (Nov 30).

Push for Asean to tighten human rights due diligence for cross-border financing of agribusiness

Research finds that financial institutions in the region are largely silent on conflicts over land rights. Most do not consider, in their lending and investment practices, whether women farm workers are treated unequally or if general labour conditions are fair.

Cambodia gaming table biz to resume soon: Century Ent

Gaming services firm Century Entertainment International Holdings Ltd says it expects its mass-gaming tables business in Cambodia to resume operation as early as the end of this month.

Rare Royal Turtle with severely fractured shell rescued in SW Cambodia

A fisherman living along the Sre Ambel River in southwest Cambodia's Koh Kong province has recently spotted a nearly extinct Royal Turtle with a severely fractured shell, a conservationist group said on Tuesday.

Climate Lessons from Cambodia’s Illegal MDMA Market

Cambodia’s experience with MDMA production provides important lessons about managing the environmental repercussions of illicit drug production, which are particularly important in the wake of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP27) that occurred earlier this month.

‘Wake-Up Call’ for Global Monkey Trade

En route to a meeting about protecting threatened species, a government official was arrested for smuggling endangered monkeys, raising questions about Cambodia’s breeding industry.

‘Return to Seoul’ Review: Found in Translation

On a whim, a Frenchwoman goes to visit South Korea, the country of her birth, in Davy Chou’s drama.

How a temple, and a newer generation, is carrying Cambodian tradition in Fresno

On a Saturday afternoon the largest Cambodian Buddhist temple in Fresno is alive with color and movement.

Short Film Review: Further and Further Away (2022) by Polen Ly

A young indigenous Bunong woman and her brother are about to move to Phnom Penh, in order to search for a better life.

How Has the Russia-Ukraine War Impacted Cambodia’s Foreign Policy?

The country and its prime minister, Hun Sen, have been unexpectedly outspoken about Ukraine’s plight.
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