CIMB Asean Scholarship – Democracy Summer Camp – YSEALI Professional Fellows Programme – IATSS Forum 2020
Sipping good coffee in a cosy environment with your favourite book in one hand sounds so ideal, but never impossible.
Experience Sharing on Careers in Public, Private Sectors & NGO – SCIA Inspires Series: Entrepreneurship & the Roadmap to Success – My Body, My Choice
Cambodian youth nowadays enjoy the challenges that are ever present in the start-up world. They take the challenges as motivation to learn more and do more tech-related works, knowing that they don’t really need formal education or training in IT; just pure and strong commitment and willingness to learn
Yin Sot lost her eyesight when she was 10. She had no idea why and how, but her parents believed her it was measles that caused her blindness. A year after, she had to leave school. She was supposed to complete fourth grade.
We all want to hop into modernity and advancement. This is probably the reason why we’re all so engrossed in social media – the place where we keep track of what’s on trend and what’s on top.
According to the January 2019 data released by Telecommunication Regulator of Cambodia, 117 percent of the population own mobile phones.
Hockey is a game in which two teams play against each other by trying to manoeuvre a ball or a puck into the opponent’s goal using a hockey stick.
Sipar and Can Sports Shoes Co. Ltd jointly launched a new library equipped with a vocational orientation corner at Kraing Sramo High School on Tuesday this week, to promote reading to students in Kampong Chhnang.
‘Sea of Strangers’ is a collection of poetry written by Lang Leav whose works are nothing but beautiful masterpieces that will let you go beyond love and loss.
Scholarships: Thailand’s Annual International Training Course (AITC) and Thailand International Postgraduate Programme (TIPP) – School of Management: Developing Futures Scholarships 2019 – SCIA Scholarships & Study Awards
Events: Special Seminar: Study and Career – Open Cyber Talk Forum: Opportunity and Risks to the Netizens – SCIA K12 OPEN HOUSE
Everyone has a story to tell. But not everyone has the courage to tell and share their stories. For Ly Dara, the art of writing has become his way to express his feelings and ideas with others, to share his wisdom and to inspire people in the process.
Luckily, Cambodia is blessed with talented and innovative people who want to make our lives easier and more comfortable through “one click away” mobile applications.
Technology is a tool to make life easier. But having access to it is another story – especially for girls and women.
Is K-pop invading Cambodia? Well, if it is, it’s all for good reasons. Korean pop groups – and all their songs – have so much life in them that, in one way or another, inspire our very own local artists.
Cambodia is rich in water resources for agricultural production and biodiversity. The presence of Mekong river, Tonlé Sap and Tonlé Bassac contributes in the economic and social progress in the Kingdom.
The joy and enthusiasm that reflect on every young Khmer readers are positive emblems that the Kingdom’s reading culture is going forward. To celebrate this and to further promote this signi-ficant change, the government marked the 4th National Reading Day last week.
A community library that aims to promote an intellectual society and economy, especially among the young generation, Scholar Library has over 3,000 books in 100 categories in Khmer, English and Chinese.
Through the novel ‘Teuk Phnek Kon Derm’, author Chheav Samnang cleverly and creatively depicts the unpredictability of life and the nature of humanity in both good and bad ways.
This over-400-page book explains why Asia is a lot bigger than anyone of us thinks. To many people, the first thing that comes to their mind when they think of Asia is China.
Scholarships: New Zealand Scholarships – SCIA Scholarships & Study Awards – Volunteers for Major and Career Fair 2019
Events: Approach to the Wise – Balance for Better – Wedu & British Embassy IWD 2019 – 4th National Reading Day
Tomorrow, the whole world will be celebrating International Women’s Day. For the past years, we’ve seen on television and in newspapers how women across continents have fought for their rights, equality, freedom and peace.
From mere passion to eventually succeeding in it, Dy Malyneth has gone far in her endeavour to promote local tourism.
Rom Bak Battle was first organised in 2013 to open a platform for the growing number of hip hop dancers in Cambodia.
Being granted a scholarship can be every student’s dream but it is also a major challenge for many as the process of getting scholarships is not easy. The lack of sensible information adds to the dilemma.
Written by Rim Kin, ‘Samapheavi’ is an emotional novel written in the 1950s. It was republished by the National Library of Cambodia after some articles about the book on Saturday Night Magazine (Reatrey Thngai Sao) was discovered in 2010.
A lot of us go through life feeling lost; doing things we’re only supposed to do as opposed to doing things that give us joy. Sometimes we may have already found our passion, but may be too afraid to go for it.
Have you started thinking about your career after you finish your degree in tourism and hospitality management? Here’s a good news: there are myriads of jobs you can get if you have the skills and determination to succeed in the field.