Scholarships: Excellence Scholarship & Opportunity Programme – Tourism Development & Culture (Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters) Scholarships – 2019 South East Asia Youth Leadership Programme (SEAYLP)
Events: Design Thinking Workshop: The Future of Education and TVET – Celebrating Human
Cambodia is home to some of the most beautiful and storied temples, mountains, waterfalls, not to mention the tangible emblems of the kingdom’s history itself. Evidently, these places have gained tremendous popularity.
It was in 2012 when the Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative (PSVI) was founded by former Foreign Secretary Lord William Hague of Richmond and United Nations Special Envoy of the High Commissioner for Refugees, Angelina Jolie.
With the rich culture and tradition being depicted in very street and every corner in Cambodia, it is no wonder why many local photographers find the nation a perfect subject for their art. The success of Canon Photomarathon Cambodia 2018 is a proof to this.
The intellectual development of an individual starts on the first five years of his life. It is but crucial that at this stage, a child is guided accordingly and is given the right environment, learning facilities and support that he needs for him to attain his full potential.
Because of the success of Think!Think! app in its three-month trial in Cambodia, the Hanamaru Lab has decided to continue introducing and implementing the innovative app to more schools and students around the kingdom.
With the significant increase of local authors and storytellers, as well as the expanding culture of reading among Cambodian youths, there are enough reasons to believe that publications and literature are going nowhere but forward.
Last week, Starbucks led the launching of a children’s story book as part of its “Give Good 2018” campaign to spread joy to Cambodian kids.
The book “Steal The Show” illustrates everything from speeches to job interviews to business deals, and guarantees you of a standing ovation for all the performances in your life.
Written by Kim Pichpinun, “Sad Wedding Music” gives readers another aspect of the suffering of one person who had encountered two different miserable times during the time of Lon Nol and Pol Pot. Published by Khmer Writers Association in 1998, the book earned the 2nd prize of 7 January Literature Award in 1997.
There are over a thousand restaurants and cafes in Phnom Penh – most of them offer great food and quality service – so I can’t blame you if you’re having a hard time choosing which place to go and what food to eat for lunch or dinner.
Scholarships: Scholarship and Master’s Degree Programmes at S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies – Chinese Government Scholarships at Harbin Institute of Technology in China – Utrecht University Scholarships
Events: City for All – Ignite Phnom Penh 4: Moving Forward – Justice Matters Conference
Growing up in a rural community in Kampong Cham province, Sin Sopharith has personally witnessed and experienced the hardship of accessing public services, clean water and sanitation.
The “i4i Ideathon” was a three-day innovation workshop that gathered young women in an effort to transform personal insights into hundreds of ideas and build lasting regional networks around gender equality.
Reading good and informative books is like storing substantial knowledge on your brain – all while enjoying the beauty of literature.
“Let’s Read” is a regional project initiated and ran by the Asia foundation, an international organisation that works in over 10 countries including Cambodia.
Coping with physical disability is never easy; in other cases, some do not seem to have any chance of winning over it. It gets even harder for those who have to suffer financial setbacks, too.
Is your school organising socially-relevant events and competitions? Do you want to share your perspective on issues about youth, education, art or anything that may interest other young Cambodians?