Facebook’s Explore Feed Experiment Is Already Crushing Cambodia’s Businesses
By Danielle Keeton-Olsen
If entrepreneur In Vichet had launched his online shopping outlet “Little Fashion” this year, Facebook’s latest experiment–pushing content from companies and organizations into a separate Explore feed–would have killed his site.
Facebook Faceplants in Cambodia
By David Boyle & Neou Vannarin
A trial change to the Facebook news feed in Cambodia and other small countries is stirring criticism of the U.S. tech giant, which champions interconnectivity and openness, but is famously opaque when it comes to how its own product makes critical decisions about information sharing.
From The PNG Post-Courier
BSP to invest K3.2m in Cambodia growth
By Melisha Yafoi
Bank South Pacific’s expansion into Cambodia will see the bank investing K3.2 million (USD1 million) in business.
A River of Donor Money Into Cambodia Does No Good
By Michelle Penna
As the Cambodian government inches closer to obliterating the opposition, one key question remains to be answered: Why did billions of dollars of aid pumped into the country by international donors fail to generate an accountable system of governance?
Rivers turn as dragon boats mark end of Cambodia’s monsoon season
Thousands of colorfully dressed rowers competed in dragon boat races in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh on Thursday, the first day of the annual Water Festival marking the end of the monsoon season.
Damrey to strengthen into a typhoon before slamming into Vietnam
By Eric Leister and Kristina Pydynowski
Tropical Storm Damrey is expected to strengthen into a typhoon before slamming into southern Vietnam early this weekend. However, dangers to lives and property will also exist farther north in Vietnam, as well as in Laos and Cambodia.
From Long Beach Post Telegram
Civil Rights Groups File Lawsuit Challenging ‘Unlawful’ Detentions of Cambodian Refugees
By Stephanie Rivera
Flanked by family members of recently detained Cambodian immigrants and other community members Wednesday morning, a civil rights organization announced in downtown Los Angeles a class action lawsuit challenging the recent raids and arrests of Cambodian refugees by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers.
Australian Lachlan Cummins dead in horror crash in Cambodia
By Candace Sutton
Australian Lachlan Cummins, 27, has died in a horror crash in the Cambodian seaside resort of Sihanoukville.
From STV News
Vulnerable Scot found living on streets of Cambodia
By Peter Casssidy
The man, who says his name his Gary Moreno, has been homeless for two years.