In both a national and international effort to curb the spread of the potentially deadly COVID-19, everybody has been advised, if possible, to quarantine themselves by staying home and maintain social distancing.
As COVID-19 continues to spread around the world and across Cambodia, schools, universities, government institutions and offices have been closing down in a preventative measure advised by the Cambodia government.
To reduce the spread of COVID-19 in Cambodia, the Ministry of Health and the World Health Organisation have advised important recommendations to protect yourself and others from becoming infected with the virus.
Having a positive mindset can lead to many positive changes in your life. However, as life goes on, many challenges and setbacks arise which make it difficult to maintain this outlook on life.
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport declared the temporary closure of all schools across the Kingdom, in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19 in Cambodia.
Local laptop producer KOOMPI has released a free online educational platform, exclusively designed for Cambodian students to continue their education at home amid the COVID-19 shutdown.
In these turbulent times, global citizens are urged to attend work and school from home, as a part of collective efforts to stop the spread of the COVID-19 outbreak.
One of the most prestigious universities in Thailand, Chulalongkorn University is now offering a new international programme
When it comes to educating yourself, there are many resources you can use. While textbooks are great for your academic study if you want to learn about someone’s life journey and be inspired by their experiences personal blogs may be the tool for you.
In the spirit of nurturing educational development in Cambodia, the Japanese Embassy hosted a farewell reception for 29 MEXT Scholarship awardees last week.
Launched last Sunday at the Factory Phnom Penh, Ms Keosocheat’s exhibition, the “Eyes of Mercy,” features 29 original artworks that showcase her own cats.
National Reading Day is one of the most important events as it aims to promote reading culture to locals.
Two Cambodian nationals were among twelve volunteers from South Korea that were sent to Cambodia last month
It was a festive afternoon at the Australian Education and Scholarship Expo 2020, hosted by IDP Education at the Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra Hotel last Thursday.
Seavphovjivet Publishing House is encouraging all local writers to start getting their books ready, as they have announced an offer for printing services in 2021 and 2022.
It is a fact that reading is the source of knowledge and wisdom. Throughout history and across the globe intellectuals
Reading is on the best ways to gain knowledge quickly, effectively and quietly. Hence, it is vital that everybody, but especially students, learn to boost their reading habits.
I was shocked when only one week ago I came upon a social media post by a young Cambodian woman detailing how she and her friend were harassed by two men at the annual Kizuna Festival at Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Centre.
EducationUSA Cambodia, sponsored by the US Embassy Phnom Penh hosted two fairs aiming to attract more Cambodian students to study in the United States.
It takes a certain grace and fearlessness to be a woman and so this month we celebrate International Women’s Day.
An education application titled, Think! Think!, has been officially launched last week at Bakou Primary School in Kandal province.
Arn Chorn-Pond, founder of Cambodian Living Arts (CLA), a leading art organisation in the Kingdom stated, that the organisation have to start raising more funds from local sources.
The Cambodian Living Arts organisation has awarded four grants to various art disciplines this year to continue the support of local arts and culture in the Kingdom.
The Cambodia-Korea Cooperation Center and the Royal University of Phnom Penh collaborated with the Embassy of the Republic of Korea
This Friday (Mar 6) the Kingdom will be hosting the 5th National Reading Day to promote reading culture among every citizen under the annual theme, “Reading for cognitive development, research and innovation”.
Amid the screech of rapid technology in daily life, many people have begun to lose touch with the ideas of reading books and spend more time searching Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Held on Saturday the local publishing house, Creator, organised their first event, entitled “Pakar Neary” (the pen for women) in conjunction with International Women’s Day.
នៅក្នុងសាលដ៏ធំទូលាយនៃសាលសន្និសីទចតុម្មុខ អ្នកស្រី សេក សាវី ដែលជាគ្រូសិល្បៈមកពីសាលាមធ្យមសិក្សាវិចិត្រសិល្បៈ គឺជាភ្ញៀវម្នាក់ក្នុងចំណោមភ្ញៀវជាច្រើនទៀត
Scholarships: Postgraduate Ambassador Studentship – International Women’s Forum – International Women’s Forum
Events: Women’s 10K Run – “Pakar Neary” – The SHE Conference