Unsafe food has been a problem throughout human history. Few of the food-safety problems we encounter today are new.
The Dashwood sisters live happily with their parents and younger sister in Norland, England until the death of their father Henry forces Mrs Dashwood and her daughters to move.
The book depicts both the repression endured by Cambodian women at that time and the ripple effects that this treatment could have on all of society.
Explore Cambodia with the help of the Khmer map application “25 City & Provinces Map.”
Organised especially for high school graduates, the “Skills and Jobs” event aims to give participants the keys to choosing the right university major and getting a good job.
To help researchers in the IT field gain work experience with South Korean entities, the Korean government is offering International IT Policy Programme Scholarships.
Khoun Ratha is enrolled in an electrician course at Phum Pheak Decho Sen Institute with support from PLAN International Cambodia.
Around 200 young adults donate blood at the National Blood Transfusion Centre in Phnom Penh every day.
Nuy Chhayasetarith has been riding his “motorthom,” as large-sized motorcycles are known in Cambodia, for five years.
The Excellent Advertising & Event Company recently organised the Top-Line Business Networking event held at the Ofuro Hotel.
Vorn Narot, a student of biology at the Royal University of Phnom Penh, has been fascinated by traditional Khmer musical instruments since he saw one of his neighbours playing the “tro soa”.
The University of Southampton is launching a free, eight-week online course, “Developing Your Research Project”.
Citizens of Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, and the Philippines are invited to take part in a six-day exclusive Asean Camp 2017 Business Challenge in Thailand.
The choreography is similar to the royal ballet of Cambodia though not as refined and is performed along with a narrator and ensemble of traditional pinpeat Khmer instruments.
To help students identify their interests and discover their true talents, the University of Puthisastra hosts the Discovery Festival.
Understanding that artists cannot innovate without start up support, Cambodian Living Arts has created the Dam Dos Grant programme.
Are you a music lover? Listening to music can reduce stress and relax you. Music can also change your mood, cheering you up or giving you a tune to cry to if you’re down.
“Frozen Pizza and Other Slices of Life” consists of eight stories, each of which provides an insight into some aspect of British society at the start of the 21st century.
The book offers a glimpse of life in the countryside, and shows how the author struggled to improve his life, refusing to accept his fate as a cow herder and going on to complete a higher education.
Aiming to promote the appreciation of traditional Khmer art forms, and to encourage young people to help preserve their culture, Cambodian Living Arts organised the “Music Through Ages”.