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Chan Cheuk Yin
A Chinese supervisor whose body was found in a pond in Pursat province’s Krakor district on Monday may have been murdered by Chinese co-workers jealous of the 34-year-old’s managerial position at Pheapimex Group’s cassava plantation, police said on Thursday.
Huang Hung meandered through Phnom Penh’s tourist strips, alms bowl in hand, collecting money for his Buddhist pagoda thousands of kilometers away—or so he says.
With momentum gathering behind a movement to renovate rather than raze Phnom Penh’s famous White Building, City Hall on Thursday backtracked on its assertion earlier this week that the building was destined for demolition.
A sense of panic is growing inside Phnom Penh’s iconic White Building, with residents unsure of their fate after Phnom Penh Governor Pa Socheatvong said on Tuesday that the iconic apartment block was condemned and would be torn down.
Phnom Penh’s iconic White Building has been condemned and must be demolished, municipal Governor Pa Socheatvong said Tuesday.
After the development company 7NG completed the violent eviction of more than 1,400 families from Phnom Penh’s Dey Krahorm community in 2009, it set its sights on the adjacent White Building.
Cambodia Bayon Airlines, China’s first airline established overseas, marked its official opening in Phnom Penh on Thursday, with officials touting the venture’s potential to advance relations between the two countries.
Eight years ago, Lo Koon Piu left Hong Kong to set up a garment factory in Kandal province, leaving behind his family. Living more than 1,000 km from home, the owner of Wing Ying garment factory struggles to stay focused on his business.