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Pen Sokunthea escaped the bustle of the Cambodian capital, Phnom Penh, for the sleepy riverside town of Kampot two years ago, drawn by its tranquil charm and laid-back pace of life.
Cambodia’s Siem Reap province is looking to be less reliant on the Angkor Wat temples for tourism, with plans for several huge infrastructure projects.
Phnom Penh is looking to use the fermented fish paste – a staple of Khmer cuisine – as a way to boost soft power.
The venture will see the extraction of the oil from fields in the Gulf of Thailand.
With some 362 infections and low community transmission, the country is in no urgency to accept vaccines as compared with other nations.
Cambodian Ministry of Health says report misquoted Prime Minister Hun Sen as saying country would not buy supplies from China.
ISF made headlines this year for its ‘socially distant football’ during Covid-19 but acclaim is for Football for Change project.
In the tree-lined Dong Jiao Min Alley in Beijing’s former Legation Quarter, across the street from the St Michael’s Church, stands a gated compound watched over by a pair of Chinese imperial guardian lions.
Phnom Penh is negotiating a raft of free-trade agreements, but the pacts are not expected to lessen its reliance on Beijing
Known as the “world’s loneliest elephant”, Kaavan has bid farewell to Pakistan with a party at Islamabad Zoo in Pakistan on November 23, 2020.
More than 2.6 million people in Cambodia, where the average annual income is US$1,700, have used a microfinance service.
A team of gardeners are trying to protect Cambodia’s most valued heritage site — Angkor Wat.
Former Singapore diplomat’s remarks follow claims the countries have sided with Beijing on issues including the South China Sea and the Mekong River.
Coronavirus aid and trade deals dangled by China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi during his visit to Cambodia this week tell only part of the story.
Cambodia, which is among Asia’s poorest countries, has been an important ally to China in recent years, but trade volume between the two is relatively small.
Beijing offers US$140 million in loans and grants for series of infrastructure schemes, including undersea cable link to Hong Kong.
The effigies known as ‘Ting Mong’ often pop up in villages that have been hard-hit by infectious diseases like dengue or waterborne diarrhoea.
The Chinese foreign minister will meet Prime Minister Hun Sen as part of a diplomatic drive in Southeast Asia amid the growing US-China rivalry.
In Siem Reap of northwestern Cambodia, scarecrows, known as ‘Ting Mong’, are not just for birds — but also diseases and spirits.
Demolition of US-funded facility on Ream Naval Base prompted questions about possible deal with Beijing.