Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF) staged the “Hour of Code” event last Tuesday to celebrate its YouthSpark partnership with Microsoft Philanthropies.
Despite her family’s difficulties, Lao Dane never thought of giving up her education, always studying hard and participating in social work, and eventually winning a scholarship to in the US.
Fitness isn’t all about exercise; a healthy diet is just as essential. But eating right doesn’t necessarily mean eating less in order to get thinner.
Brought together by a desire to aid the environment, 20 students have for the past three years been collaborating on a project to design fashion items out of recycled materials.
The main purpose of KJEL is to create fun content for everyone to enjoy, while promoting individual artists.
Inspired by developments in the tech world, Pum Sothearoth intends to use his skills in 2D and 3D animation design to show the world that Cambodians can also achieve great things in computer animation.
Young Researcher Opportunity in World Forum Organisation is a public event open to interested youth and young professionals who seek information on research jobs the and Young Research Fellows Programme.
Pi Pay is a one-stop, all-in-one application that enables you to pay your bills without using cash at a huge variety of shops, outlets, and restaurants in Cambodia. Finger scan, QR code, in-app purchases: the possibilities are endless.
The Mexican government invites undergraduate and graduate students to join academic mobility programmes in specialised fields at the master’s or doctoral level.
Khmer Times/Youth Today supplement’s Say Tola recently interviewed Pich Sreymom, 33 who is already an experienced businesswoman.
DJ Nana is officially named a Plan International Cambodia ambassador as part of a project called Girls’ Takeover.
After a group of archaeologists find the Golden Book (Kraing Meas), high-ranking officials and the United Nations are all trying to get their hands on it.
Kolap Pailin, (Rose of Pailin) is a widely known Khmer novel written by Nhok Them in 1936 and published in 1943. Now taught to all Cambodian students as part of the high school curriculum, it is considered a Khmer classic.
Scholar Library launches a mini-fair and youth discussion aimed at allowing youth to share their personal perspectives on how to tackle environmental issues in Cambodia.
Coming from the humblest of backgrounds, Bin Yan, a member of the Kouy minority writes to inspire young people who face hardships like he has.
The UK government is currently opening applications for Chevening Scholarships to standout candidates around the world.
The Scholar Library will host the Green Fair and Youth Session, which is open to all members of the public wishing to share experiences related to current social issues and environmental problems.
Seatel has launched the Seashop app. This self-service application allows customers to make enquiries, pay for services, top up and perform other tasks.
Kids and adults alike tend to neglect their oral health nowadays. Many people are unaware that much of what they consume contains acids, sugar, gas and other harmful substances.
In a bid to encourage Cambodian women to learn to play the chapey dong veng, Chapey Armatak Community is teaching volunteers to play the traditional Khmer stringed instrument.