Publication date 02 October 2018 | 12:58 | ICT
As a new business concept that entered Cambodia three years ago, the container market became quite popular as a place for entertainment and shopping. But it has been drying up as of late and could disappear soon.
Publication date 18 September 2018 | 09:03 | ICT
Some within the Kingdom’s tourism industry have speculated that the recent influx of Chinese visitors may hinder domestic tourism as the price of accommodations in the coastal city of Sihanoukville continues to rise.+
Publication date 07 May 2018 | 06:53 | ICT
Ever since the dissolution of the main opposition, the Cambodia National Rescue Party, the progressive Grassroots Democracy Party has found itself between a rock and a hard place.
Publication date 27 April 2018 | 06:11 | ICT
A gurgling baby boy clings to the collar of his mother’s state-issued orange jumpsuit. He has her nose, and her wide brown eyes.
Publication date 23 April 2018 | 06:14 | ICT
A woman with short-cropped hair stares directly into the camera, her head cocked slightly to the side. On her lap is a sleeping infant just barely in the frame.
Publication date 13 April 2018 | 06:23 | ICT
Two decades have passed, but Mea Chron still stands by Pol Pot. Most days he also stands by the mass murderer’s cremation site, keeping guard in the Khmer Rouge’s last stronghold of Anlong Veng.
The river tern protectors: As endangered bird’s population increases, experts say gains still fragilePublication date 06 April 2018 | 06:58 | ICT
In a spare wooden shelter just metres from the Mekong, Meak Phoeurn smiled, creases stretching from his eyes, and began to croon: “Oh my dear, look at the birds happily flying.”
Publication date 05 April 2018 | 06:17 | ICT
The future of the Mekong River – and potentially the food and economic security of Cambodia – is up for discussion this week, with Prime Minister Hun Sen and the leaders of Vietnam, Thailand and Laos expected to make a declaration o
Publication date 02 April 2018 | 07:42 | ICT
In a little shack in Andong Russey village, at the foot of Phnom Krang Dei Meas mountain, Grandma Moun slaps into shape the round-bottomed clay pot that is the de facto symbol of Kampong Chhnang province.
Publication date 30 March 2018 | 06:30 | ICT
When, as a new mother in 2001, Kim Bunnath walked into her home after visiting her sick mother in Kampot province, she saw no sign of her baby boy.