South Korean military transport aircraft began a tangerine airlift to North Korea yesterday, the first of a gift of 200 tonnes of the fruit from the southern island of Jeju, South Korea’s presidential Blue House said.
Most of us, if not all, hate waste. And waste recycling has been one of the most debated topics everywhere. Well, who wants to deal with waste in the first place?
The annual Japanese Film Festival is back and we’re all excited! A total of 11 entries are running on selected cinemas since yesterday. Say Tola writes about this year’s films and the goals of JFF in Cambodia.
Australian and Indonesian researchers have found the world’s oldest-known cave paintings on the island of Borneo. The art was painted at least 40,000 years ago, debunking the view that cave art solely existed in Europe.
When Prince Charles, who turns 70 next week, becomes king on the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth, he will have waited longer than any of his predecessors to head a royal family that dates back 1,000 years.
Germany is lagging behind the fast-paced digitisation happening in places like the Baltic states, with libraries in Latvia and Lithuania playing a leading role in the digital preservation of cultural heritage,
writes DW’s Sabine Peschel.
In Japan, a student standing out from the rest of the class is a recipe for trauma, with the child more likely to become a victim of intense bullying by the classmates. DW’s Julian Ryall finds out that bullying cases have now hit a record high.
The handwritten original lyrics to Elton John’s breakout hit “Your Song” are going up for auction in New York and are expected to fetch hundreds of thousands of dollars.
On October 20, Arabic-language website alawatanews.com published a report that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman had been forced out of power.
A walk along Phnom Penh’s Riverside is never complete without a visit to the Preah Ang Dang-Keur shrine. For Cambodians, this is the main shrine to worship and make offerings to Loekshvara, the six-armed deity who is also known as Avalokiteshvara, the Bodhisattva of Compassion.
At the Tanner Hill apartments in Hong Kong, the residents – all aged 60-plus – are enjoying the ancient Chinese tile game of mahjong along with some bite-sized delicacies, dimsum, at one of the on-site restaurants.
From a copy of his PhD thesis to his wheelchair, items belonging to Stephen Hawking are headed for auction, offering fans of the late British physicist famed for his work exploring the origins of the universe a chance to buy some of his possessions.
Drama series “Pose” and new transgender superhero in “Supergirl” helped boost the number of LGBTQ characters to an all-time high on US television, according to a report released last week that said diversity programming was a crucial bulwark around attempts to undermine gay rights.
Have you already recovered from the mega concerts of the world’s most sought-after and multitalented artists in the capital?
Sitting among his fridge, TV set and stacks of bowls, Ng Kei-hung sat outside the family home in Hong Kong’s Tai O village as he waited for his furniture to dry out after a recent flood.
A Chinese entrepreneur is reviving old ways of wok-making.
Pink Walk organised by AIA Cambodia, to educate and raise awareness on the prevalence and perils of breast cancer in the kingdom.
With the rapid growth of mobile internet, more Cambodians are coming online and have a growing appetite for streaming video contents. Everyone has seemed to get hooked on YouTube, the most popular video streaming site ever made.
Oknha Dr. Mengly J. Quach is known not just for his success in education, health and business, but also for his words of wisdom and vast perspective on Cambodia.