Rice wine seems to have been left behind as drinkers have begun to favour beer.
Leading to the discovery of 300 asymptomatic cases. No confirmed cases were found.
Fortunately, there are far more good germs than bad germs in and on us – an estimated 85 percent of the microbiomes are now known to be good health-enhancing germs.
The Indian mission in Cambodia is actively working with the authorities of both countries to ensure trade does not get much impacted due to the coronavirus crisis.
Even at a time when the coronavirus pandemic is sweeping the world, beef from New Zealand, red wine from Chile, and detergent from Germany remain just a click away to Chinese customers.
The US initial response to COVID-19 has been described as pathetic, to say the least.
Discrimination is rife, with Cambodians seeing the disabled as street beggars or burden to their families
China’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which took the country and world by surprise, is nothing short of extraordinary. This is largely due to the exemplary leadership of President Xi Jinping
Telegram’s encryption key is effective to prevent data being read or secretly modified. However, it has also open the door for a host of illegal activities.
Nations around the world are pumping billions of dollars into the fight against COVID-19, including providing funds and supplies to some countries in need.
After years spent on submarines with Russia’s Northern Fleet, Ivan Chernyshyov is having no problem adjusting to life on coronavirus lockdown.
Can dogs detect COVID-19? A British charity believes so, and has begun training canines to sniff out the coronavirus following previous screening success with various illnesses.
Around the world countries are hitting their coronavirus peaks and starting to grapple with questions about when and how to reopen their economies.
Let me share with you how our immune function can be optimised to hopefully help us counter the coronavirus.
The use of masks in parts of Asia with relatively low numbers of infections and deaths, has led some to theorise mask-wearing is making the difference.
It is a war between man and the smallest, most elusive and invisible enemy on earth — Covid-19 virus which has superior intelligence that surpasses human intelligence in many ways.
Although experts from the World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and elsewhere agree that cats and dogs are not at risk of getting COVID-19
From being duped into taking poisonous “cures”, to watching businesses crumble and avoiding life-saving medication, people are suffering devastating real-world impacts of a deluge of online virus misinformation.
The Kuwait Embassy in Phnom Penh opened its doors last week to welcome a fellow Kuwaiti, Abdul Mohsin T. Albaghli, who was on a unique mission to travel the world on two wheels.
Men, women and children are infected with the new coronavirus with equal frequency. But the consequences are very different.
Technology has created unprecedented markets for potential investors by changing daily consumer habits.
A group of students assiduously writing Chinese characters into their workbooks and following instructions by their Chinese teacher, set the scene at the Global Charity Association.
In 2012, Chinese national Yeemon Yan packed a camera and portable printer and traversed the length and breadth of Myanmar, learning about the people and their country.
Have you ever dreamed of travelling the world and sharing your passion for music with millions of people?
Mab admits quitting his job was not an easy decision to take. But he is convinced a higher education from one of China’s top universities will help him acquire better knowledge in the field of education.
Cambodia has an old saying that an acquaintance is greeted at the gate while a close friend is welcome into the house.
A study visit to China was one of my most valuable experiences in my life as I had the chance to know first-hand about most populous country in the world.
US President Donald Trump’s criticism of security arrangements with Japan may push Prime Minister Shinto Abe to revise the country’s pacifist stand.
Long hours at school, hours of homework and being forced by parents to have private tuition are taking a toll on students in Singapore.
Workers in Europe had to adapt to high temperatures in recent days. But the impact of heat stress on people and the global economy by the year 2030 will be severe, according to the UN. The world’s poorest will be worst affected.