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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Are you getting tired of your own library at school? Are you bored when the librarian told you not to bring anything with you except books and pens when you enter the library? If your answer is yes, then you are not the only one.
It’s almost like magic. If you want to look more voluptuous instantly, you can just go to a local market, buy a butt pad and walk out looking like Kim Kardashian.
To cope with the government crackdown on high school national exams and promote vocational training in Cambodia, Limkokwing University of Creative Technology announced its ten newly-added associate degree programs for…
Taking place this Sunday, the fourth workshop in an annual series aims to help youth choose the right university major to prepare them for the job market.
Obesity is not an issue in Cambodia… yet. After all, Cambodian food is naturally very healthy; it’s light, tasty and full of healthy nutrients. Don’t you ever wonder why Cambodians are generally very petite? It is due to their healthy diet.
As whitening remedies are getting more and more popular among young Cambodian women, there are quite a number of tanned skin beauties who love themselves for who they are.
Not long after the inaugural competition in June, the educational program aimed at promoting Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) hopes to see wider participation from public schools.
At just 19 years of age, Pen Uddam is a talented digital art and design student with a flair for creating original, imaginative artworks.
Cambodian youths recently raised around $6,500 by organizing the Met Yerng Charity Concert to help deprived primary school students in Kampong Speu Province.
Many students are now beginning to take an interest in technical and vocational schools, but low pay from post-graduate jobs continues to pose a problem for potential attendees.
Contrary to what the term ‘freak’ might suggest, ‘Think Like a Freak’ does not urge you to become a mad scientist with wild and crazy hair. It does, however, urge you to embrace your wild and crazy ideas, so long as they work.
To get a scholarship abroad, taking an international test in English is a part of the requirement for non-english speakers. The test score plays a key role in showing the students’ ability to read and write English.
Galaxy Tab S2 is the last up-to-date Samsung tablet equipped with stunning Super AMOLED display, which allows users to comfortably read or view any type of digital content.