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Since its inception in 2010, the Junior Chamber International (JCI) Cambodia has been working to empower youths to find their potential in leadership skills and contribute to their community.
Written as a fictional sort of memoir, It’s Kind of a Funny Story is based on the author’s experiences of battling depression and the subsequent time he spent recovering in a psychiatric ward in Brooklyn.
Twenty-two year-old Sun Lymei, who has been passionate about art since she was a little girl, now nurtures and promotes her artwork through art events and social media.
The Justice Café and Library is the most recent project of Destination Justice, a start-up nonprofit legal, governance and development organization. It opened in 2015 in a quiet corner of Phnom Penh on street 53BT.
Gifted nineteen-year-old high school student Chhoun Vanneath, popularly known as Lysa, is poised to take her dancing talents to the next level.
Until recently, few Cambodian girls could expect to receive a higher education, while most boys had at least some prospects of studying at the top level.
Phea sat down with her little brother in the Department of Performing Arts theatre on Saturday night to watch Khmer boxing, Brodal Serei, turned into dance for the first time.
At least four times per year Japanese companies operating in Cambodia conduct a job fair to recruit new candidates for their organizations.
When Amrita Performing Arts first introduced contemporary dance to the Cambodian stage, it caused a big storm with elders, said Chey Chankethya, Cambodian choreographer, and Artistic Director of Amrita Performing Arts.
Christopher Boone is like no other 15-year-old. He is a math and physics genius who knows every single country of the world and their capital, as well as being an animal lover who finds it difficult to understand human emotions.
Have you ever set an alarm to get up in the morning, but when it goes off you can’t resist pressing the snooze button, and you end up waking up late? .
At the age of 23, Rithy Lomorpich, also known as Yoki, is a producer/director at BBC, as well as an assistant at many social events in the Kingdom.
If you enjoy online shopping and you love skincare products, you’ve probably already heard of Roserb, a locally based online platform offering over 50 kinds of cosmetics and skincare brands.
Although many believe reading contributes tremendously to one’s academic performance and knowledge, a survey found that only 10 percent of primary school students in the provinces read every day.
Siem Reap artist Cheab Sibora, 23, has come up with a unique outlet for his ingenuity: designing and making traditional Khmer outfits for Barbie dolls.
Have you ever wished you were a more independent, principle-centered, influential person? Has it ever crossed your mind that we do not see things as they are, but as we are? With his 7 habits, Stephen R.
The Lund University, Sweden, is opening its scholarship program to seek potential applicants from outside the EU/EEA (and Switzerland) to apply for Bachelor’s or Master’s level studies for a minimum of one semester.
The experience of being forced to live apart from his parents as a child has prompted one young man to devote himself to protecting children from abuse.
Next time you visit Siem Reap, be sure to drop by a new local restaurant that offers the best roast chicken in town.
Handsome, well-built and tall, with clear skin: These are the standards by which society judges male celebrities, said Cheky Athiporn, project director and photographer for the #iAmBeautiful campaign.
Over 300 youths from different schools joined the education-themed event EdCon, which focused on this question: “What is ASEAN Economic Integration?’’.
Youth and Social Media were the main topics of discussion among the experts and young people who attended the 4th Enrich Youth Forum at Zaman University on Dec. 12
To mark the opening of applications for the Global Undergraduate Exchange Program to study in the U.S, Youth Today asked three UGRAD alumni to pro-vide some tips for future applicants to better prepare themselves for the program.
Since 2006, D’s Books has doubled as a book store and café, providing a quiet place to read with soft music in the background. D’s now has a branch in Siem Reap province and two in Phnom Penh, on Street 240 and Street 178.