Bunthoeun has had to work hard to regain his family’s trust after struggling with a drug addiction for some time.
Boasting an inventory of hundreds of high-quality bikes, local company Vicious Cycle provides new and used bikes for sales and rental.
In 2007 Randy Pausch was a computer science professor working at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, who was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and given only months to live.
Twenty-one year-old Stung Treng artist Chong Siev Phin is well known for his creative short films, music, and event-covering videos.
Though Yutkromkhorm is not widely known among Cambodians, many young people are now striving to preserve this ancient Khmer martial art under training from the Yutkromkhorm Federation.
When it comes to choosing a subject major for university, it is not uncommon for parents to make the selection for their children.
If conditions such as depression, stress, or insomnia are not given close attention, they can ultimately become life-threatening.
More than 500 students came together to learn about software development and coding during the Google Developer Group (GDG) DevFest Cambodia 2015.
Ancestor’s Day, otherwise known as the Pchum Ben festival, is widely celebrated across the Kingdom annually. During the 15-day festival, the old and the young attend pagodas to offer food and other gifts to waiting monks.
Ly Venghong was forced to make a choice about his life early on: he could bask in the wealth of his family or roll up his sleeves and become a teacher. The 23-year-old is now pursuing a Master’s Degree in International Relations in Hungary.
Children from the garbage dump in Phnom Penh are improving their leadership skills by studying at a program courtesy of the Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF).
Phal Ranon, 24, who has been passionate about drawing since he was nine years old, is now showcasing Khmer architecture to the world via his artwork.
Pursuing two or more degrees at the same time has become a trend for Cambodian students. This practice has brought to light the benefits of specialization vs.
In his book, Flow: the Psychology of Optimal Experience, Mihaly Csikszentmihaly explains the notion of flow as a time when we are most happy- when we are so focused in what we’re doing that we completely forget about ourselves.
Samsung has just announced its latest offering, the new Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch. The new smartwatch will be sold in Cambodian marketplace in early November.
When Sok Nalys was a little girl imitating the dancers she saw on the stage of the Chaktomuk Theater, she had no idea that one day she would be face to face with the King receiving top-of-the-line dance training.
The National Library of Cambodia is located to the west of Wat Phnom, opposite the National University of Management, next to the Sunway Hotel.
It seems people will do anything nowadays to look “beautiful,” – to the point of cutting or slicing up any part of their body.
Matchstix, a new Cambodian mobile application for finding friends online, is making adjustments and improvements in response to feedback from their target users.
Three music-addicted friends from high school decided to take matters into their own hands and form their own band, now named CagePitch.
If you’ve ever dreamed of engaging with Khmer arts, Champey Academy of Arts is the place for you. Champey Academy is a small art school where students can learn traditional dancing, music, drawing and painting for free.
A few years ago, spotting a teenager wearing a krama (the traditional Cambodian scarf) in Phnom Penh would have been a rarity.
Hundreds of young people from six different provinces attended a workshop about the Khmer Rouge regime, and the organizers hope that through learning about the Kingdom’s troubled past, they can stop any feelings of revenge or anger.
Eighteen-year-old Seng Gechly, who recently achieved an A-Grade in her high school exams, believes that even students with “a ton of knowledge” can’t really attain success without self-confidence.
With his gift of talent, 23-year-old Chhoun Vichheka, is striving hard to bring creative art to Cambodia with his own doodle drawing.
Phally Tola dreamed of receiving an education and having a decent job when she was an eight-year-old living at the Steung Meanchey dumpsite, Cambodia’s mountain of garbage. Today, her dream is a reality.