Interview: Cambodia-China joint COVID-19 fight reflects bond of true friendship, solidarity: Cambodian deputy PM
The Cambodia-China joint COVID-19 fight reflected the bond of true friendship and solidarity between the two countries and peoples, Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Prak Sokhonn has said.
Plans in Cambodia for a massive tourist resort on an out-of-the way island don‘t add up and may serve a different goal.
Cambodia on Friday awarded the government's honorable medal decorations to four Chinese military doctors after they had successfully completed their two-month mission in helping the kingdom fight COVID-19.
The Phnom Penh-Preah Sihanouk Expressway will be completed ahead of schedule and will be in operation by the end of 2022, Ministry of Public Works and Transport spokesman Vasim Sorya told The Post on Wednesday.
A Chinese sugar company with a large long-term land concession in Cambodia came under fire from NGOs Tuesday for leasing parts of the concession to local villagers, collecting rent instead of engaging in the activities stipulated in its contract with the Cambodian government.
Located in the jungles in Koh Kong province, southwestern Cambodia, the Chinese-built lower Stung Russei Chrum hydropower station has kept normal running since the outbreak of COVID-19, powering this Southeast Asian nation to brave uncertainties brought by the pandemic.
Ten Chinese volunteers from the Blue Sky Rescue Team (an NGO in China) have disinfected more than 50 public places in Cambodia to aid the country's anti-virus fight.
Cambodia is hoping that Chinese tourists will drive its tourism growth when the world is cleared of the COVID-19 pandemic, Tourism Minister Thong Khon said on Saturday.
Based on the establishment of the comprehensive strategic partnership, China and Cambodia are working together to promote the building of a community with a shared future for mankind, Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Friday, hailing the fruitful friendship between the two sides.
More than two months after being ordered to demolish a casino closed for polluting a beach in Cambodia’s Sihanoukville, the Chinese owners have yet to tear it down, an activist said Thursday, suggesting that authorities “don’t intend to resolve the issue.”
Blue Sky Rescue Team, one of non-governmental organisations (NGO) in China, on Monday (May 4) has sent a team of 10 volunteers and donated medical supplies to Cambodia to help fight the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
A study released recently found that China is holding back large amounts of water upstream on the Mekong River, contributing to drought in the Southeast Asian countries downstream last year, according to a report from Eyes on Earth, a research and consulting firm specializing in water.
Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Monday China appreciates Cambodia's opposition to politicizing and stigmatizing the coronavirus disease, and firmly supports the World Health Organization in playing its due role in combating the pandemic.
China's Ministry of Defence on Saturday donated 16 tonnes of medical supplies to Cambodia’s Ministry of Defence, consisting of 11 types of items worth some $1 million.
At the request of the Cambodian military and with the approval of the Central Military Commission, the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) has sent urgently needed Covid-19 (coronavirus) disease prevention and control materials, including nucleic acid testing kits and protective gowns, to the Cambodian military by air force planes.
A hospital in southern China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region shared Covid-19 treatment experience with Cambodian medical experts via a video conference on Monday (April 20), with over 150 medical staff from both countries in attendance.
The leaders were attending a virtual ASEAN summit on the morning of April 14, highlighting their views on the pandemic and measures that needed to be taken to protect the region.
The AVIC Guizhou FTC-2000G has bagged its first export deal to an unnamed Southeast Asian country.
China announced on Sunday that FTC-2000G trainer/fighter jet has secured its first overseas customer less than two years from the launch of the aircraft.
A new report that found China’s upstream dam management is responsible for dangerously low water levels and drought conditions along the Mekong River needs to be “studied”, according to a Cambodian National Mekong Commission official.