Cambodian Students in China Raise Coronavirus Fears

Cambodian university students say they’re worried about contracting a new respiratory virus while studying in China where about 2,000 cases of the illness have been reported and more than 50 people have died.

First Coronavirus Case in Cambodia Confirmed

Cambodia confirmed its first case of the novel coronavirus late Monday.

Cambodia Confirms One Case of Coronavirus in Coastal Town of Sihanoukville

The Cambodian Ministry of Health confirmed Monday evening the first case of the novel coronavirus in the country’s coastal province of Preah Sihanouk.

Coronavirus claims first life in China’s capital, as spread continues across the globe

China's capital Beijing has reported its first death caused by the new coronavirus, as more cases of infection are reported around the world despite unprecedented efforts to stop its spread.

Kem Sokha’s Trial: The Dynamics Beyond the Courtroom

As developments in the trial continue, it is important to keep in mind that it will be largely shaped by events that occur outside the courtroom.

Family of Cambodian Opposition Activist Who Died During Arrest Calls For Expedited Probe

The family of an activist with the banned opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) who died three months ago while being taken into custody by authorities called Friday on court authorities to expedite an investigation into her case and provide them with justice.

Interview: China’s success in poverty reduction should be example for other countries: Cambodian minister

Cambodian Information Minister Khieu Kanharith hailed China for its great success in combating poverty in a recent interview with Xinhua, saying that China's poverty reduction work should be an example for other developing countries.

Cambodian-Thai trade hits $9B, goal at $15B for 2020

Bilateral trade between Cambodia and Thailand was worth some $9 billion last year, up 7.14 per cent from 2018’s $8.4 billion, data from the Royal Thai embassy in Phnom Penh shows.

Fashion giants urge Cambodia to improve labor rights to maintain tariff advantages

Companies such as Adidas, Levi Strauss, Ralph Lauren or Under Armor have sent a letter to the Cambodian government over the threat of the country losing its trade preferences.

Gov’t answers garment buyers’ complaint

Some of the biggest buyers in the Kingdom’s garment sector have urged Prime Minister Hun Sen to address issues faced by unions and workers – a request a senior official said was out of touch with the situation on the ground.

First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers

Our lecture this week is titled “First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers,” and features American-Cambodian human rights activist and author, Loung Ung.

Charming Cambodia

Join Ramzauva Chhakchhuak on a budget-friendly trip to explore the rustic appeal of Cambodia.

Cambodia before the Khmer Rouge: a glimpse of hope and hardship in decade before...

‘A New Sun Rises Over the Old Land’, translated into English for the first time, captures the zeitgeist of 1960s Cambodia and its accompanying hope.

Discovering viable alternatives to plastic straws

Plastic straws are embedded deep in our consumer culture.

‘No fish’: How dams and climate change are choking Asia’s great lake

For more than half a century, January meant prime fishing season for Pang Bin. He took his wooden boat out into Cambodia’s largest lake, his catches and their sales sustaining his family for much of the year.

Cambodia releases measures to curb, reduce air pollution

Cambodia's Ministry of Environment on Friday released measures to prevent and reduce air pollution in the kingdom after it observed that air quality had declined.

The fight outside the ring

The career of a Kun Khmer fighter is marred by physical and mental obstacles. What motivates these men to put their bodies on the line?

Cambodia’s Svay Rieng inflict 4-1 defeat on Laos’ Master 7 in first leg of...

Cambodian League outfit Preah Khan Reach Svay Rieng FC have thrashed Laos side Master 7 FC 4-1 in the first leg of their AFC Cup 2020 play-off tie at the Phnom Penh Olympic Stadium in Cambodia on Wednesday.

Brunei top referee Abdul Hakim set for duty in Cambodia

Brunei Darussalam’s internationally certified referee Abdul Hakim bin Mohd Haidi has been appointed by the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) to embark on a highly profiled assignment in the first leg of the 2020 AFC Cup playoff round at the Phnom Penh Olympic Stadium in Phnom Penh, Cambodia tomorrow.