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The fashion industry is shrinking, and countless workers are losing jobs. But declining sales aren’t the only force behind payroll cuts: Brands and retailers, as well as factories manufacturing for large companies, are using the pandemic as a guise to get rid of unionized workers.
Understanding the full impact that the coronavirus pandemic will have on the world is a timely and complicated process.
The governments of some countries in Southeast Asia have been playing Russian roulette with their citizens’ lives during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Last week, Cambodia’s opposition leader Kem Sokha was brought before the Phnom Penh Municipal Court on politically-motivated charges of treason. If found guilty, he could serve up to 30 years in prison.
From the 9th to 15th century, the Khmer people ruled over a vast empire spanning modern Cambodia and Vietnam.
Low-income women in South and Southeast Asia face a series of seemingly insurmountable obstacles.
The last time I visited Siem Reap, about ten years ago, there was pretty much one thing to do: the famous temples of Angkor Wat (which were even then feeling the strain of overtourism).
Dark tourism is on the rise, courtesy of HBO’s hit mini-series, Chernobyl.
One of the most famous movies of all time is about to get some renewed interest.
Australia-listed Donaco International, owner of border casinos in Cambodia and Vietnam, remains immersed in legal proceedings with its biggest individual shareholder, who doubles as its top competitor.
Thanks largely to Instagram, Bali has become a hub for digital nomads over the past few years. Is Cambodia following in its footsteps?
Cambodia is amazing and should definitely be on your travel to-do list.
Until recently, Angkor Wat has always been Cambodia’s biggest draw.
Seven years ago, when foreign investors were taking a hard look at the Vietnamese economy, Cambodia came up in conversation as an alternative site for cheap factory labor.
“The vans are gone!” It has been nearly three decades since my father mouthed those words to my mother and brother and me, but I still can hear them vividly, at times, as I drift off to sleep.
After a four-year odyssey as a refugee, Rithy Sear returned to Cambodia and started an entrepreneurial journey that's made him one of the country's top tycoons and biggest boosters.
Despite facing an increasingly crowded field of local competitors and the ever-looming threat of regional startups, Maxime Rosburger seems relatively undaunted.
Cambodia can be a hard sell, but Rithy Sear relishes the challenge.
As mainland money and visitors pour into Cambodia, China backs two new airports. Too bad about the French company that had an exclusive concession.
Socheata grew up in a bright yellow house on Koh Sdach, an island with a population of 700 that sits in the sea between Thailand and Cambodia.
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