A person will never attain total wellbeing without giving attention to his mental health. It is, therefore, ne-cessary to put emphasis on mental health as much as you do on your physical health.
Parents and students are invited to tour around SCIA’s vibrant campus and understand more about Teaching & Learning at SCIA.
It is not too common to read books with investigative tones in Cambodia. However, Uch Thavy dares to make a difference by penning a fictional story that bravely tackles uncharted territories.
Scholarships: ICP Scholarship Programme 2019-2020 in Belgium – Utrecht University Scholarships – Asian Future Leaders Scholarship Programme
Events: 21st Century Leadership in Cambodia – How to use mobile app to produce short video clips – Tourism and the Environment Coffee Talk
Be entertained and delighted by flash mob performances, clowns and magicians! Parents and students are invited to tour around SCIA’s vibrant campus and understand more about Teaching & Learning at SCIA.
“If you can breathe, you can do yoga.” We got struck by these words when we entered the compound of Azahar Foundation in Phnom Penh.
When we talk of Kampong Chhnang province, we could easily imagine beautiful places and things – there’s the storied Kong Rei Mountain, the flourishing clay pot business, striking floating houses and colourful boats for fishing.
On Friday, 11th January, approximately 200 people gathered at the National Institute of Education Phnom Penh to watch the performance organised by the Amrita Performing Arts: “Breaking the Silence”.
Last Saturday, Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP) transformed itself into a different place. The school celebrated its 10th Annual Charity Day, and the whole school felt and looked festive and joyful.
Written by poet, writer and scholar of Risk Fellow at Harvard University, Kho Tararith , “Sday” (Regret) is an intriguing story depicting the negative side of Valentine’s Day.
Ever wondered how people who read books, do makeup, wear nice clothes, eat food or even own a dog – basically people who are just like you – can produce content for Facebook and Instagram that make them famous and wealthy?
Are you having any difficulty learning math? Worry no more and download Photomath on your device.
Scholarships: Global KU Study Abroad Scholarship – Asia Pacific Youth Week 2019 – IAS2019 International Scholarship Programme
Upcoming Events: Millennial Life – IDP UK Education & Scholarship Expo – Japan Fair 2019
Education is one of the most significant parts of one’s life. Everyone needs to be educated regardless of his or her social status or gender.
There’s an obvious rapid increase in the number of coffee shops sprouting around Phnom Penh.
Cafés have become the “in” thing especially among the youth.
Sor Sinarath is currently a third year music student at the Royal University of Fine Arts. At 20, he also holds a degree in International Studies from the Royal University of Phnom Penh
In months like this – when the sun gives us just enough warmth in the morning and the cold winds make us shiver in the evening – mountains are the perfect places to be. That’s what I did days after I welcomed 2019.
Cages aren’t made of iron; they are made of thoughts and perplexing ideas. And those overwhelming thoughts and ideas can make you fall into depression.
The code of conduct for women was written by the King in the early 19th century. These rules have been strictly implemented in the kingdom since then.
Success is an easy word to utter. But it needs lots of hard work and perseverance to fully achieve it. We all want to be successful in life and in our careers, don’t we?
Scholarships: ISE Scholarship for Foreign Students – Erasmus Mundus EMLex programme – BINUS University Full Tuition Scholarships for Undergraduate Study in Indonesia
Events: Leadership Challenge – The Art to Become a Sales Champion – Mental Health and Wellbeing
Every year, many Cambodians get the privilege of getting the Erasmus+ Scholarship from the European Union. The programme aims to support education, training, youth and sports. Many Cambodians have become successful after they completed the programme.
Can you believe it? We’re already on the fourth day of 2019! It’s just amazing how time flies so fast, leaving us in awe of how life unfolds before our eyes. But that’s the point: time runs so fast that we need to use it as beautifully and as positively as possible.
Before 2018 ended, a musical performance on December 22 gave everyone a reason to believe that music connects people of different races and cultures.
Have you ever felt excluded from the society and from your own family? Have you ever been discriminated by your classmates based on your gender?
Inspired by Stephen R. Covey’s “7 Habits of Highly Effective People”, Westline Education Group (WEG) organised the workshop “The 7 Habits of Highly successful people” on 29th of December, 2018 at the Institute of Technology of Cambodia (ITC).
Women were supposed to stay at home and be in charge of taking care of children. That was the tradition strictly followed for generations. However, social changes have unfolded dramatically over the past decades.