The book exchange program aims to encourage readers to swap their books with others to enable themselves to have access to a wider range of Khmer and English books.
A Book and Knowledge Fair, which was held over the weekend at Aeon Mall Phnom Penh, attracted thousands of book enthusiasts.
A few months ago, I had a problem with my time management. I took on more work than I can handle, having unnecessary meetings with people, and a few aimless projects I got involved in. There was little room for improvement.
Starkly enough, the plot of the book opens with the Hanoi Radio crackling a broadcast of prominent defectors calling for Vietnamese assistance to liberate their Cambodia – before the Preface, Author’s View, Acknowledgements, Contents (12 chapters)
It is a ray of sunshine that gives flowers hope again. The Sun and Her Flowers is a collection of poetry that is so packed with metaphors, comparison and strong imagery that it will give you a glimpse into the process of dying and being reborn again as a flower.
Students at Liger Leadership Academy launched last Saturday the fruit of their hard work and dedication, the 420-page ‘The Geography of Cambodia’.
Written by a Cambodian legendary novelist Kong Bunchhoeun, ‘Preah Reach Samphea’ is a story that book enthusiasts, writers and poets should never ever miss reading.
‘Samleng Kseb’ is a self-help book written by Keo Seng Ratha. The book is divided into two chapters with seven short stories and 70 short motivational articles.
It is almost 12 in the evening. The wind is blowing gently through my hair and body while the moon is shining bright like a diamond in the sky surrounded by countless stars. And I am here on the balcony reading my favourite book, ‘Khae Toch’.
D. Seuss once said, “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go”. He was right. Reading is a key that unlocks doors.
Haemin Sunim is one of the most influential Zen Buddhist teachers and writers in the world. Haemin Sunim’s book, ‘Love for Imperfect Things’, teaches us how to accept ourselves for who we are.
When it comes to writing in the digital era, all you need to know is how to innovate your own tool to promote your work as well as to read readers’ mind. The writing trend is changing often, depending on readers’ demands.
Launched just before Khmer New Year, ‘Mengly J. Quach’s Business Ideas’ is arguably one of Dr. Mengly J. Quach’s most informative book to date.
With his successful business endeavours in Cambodia for more than a decade now, Oknha Dr. Mengly J. Quach is considered a legacy in his field. He has long been known for his determination and hard work; and his words have always been an inspiration to many.
I chose to read the former because I figured it would give me a wider perspective on the subject of Asperger syndrome.
By the moment I put my hands on this book, I can feel it in my bone that this book is unlike other books I have previously read. It’s not just a book; it’s a book of art – with a brilliant front cover and thought-provoking works of art in every page inside.
Sonny Inbaraj Krishnan on Garry Keller’s latest book, with Jay Papasan. If things feel as though they are a bit off track in your life right now, then Keller’s ‘The ONE Thing’ is a must-read.
Sipping good coffee in a cosy environment with your favourite book in one hand sounds so ideal, but never impossible.
‘Sea of Strangers’ is a collection of poetry written by Lang Leav whose works are nothing but beautiful masterpieces that will let you go beyond love and loss.
Everyone has a story to tell. But not everyone has the courage to tell and share their stories. For Ly Dara, the art of writing has become his way to express his feelings and ideas with others, to share his wisdom and to inspire people in the process.
This has probably happened to you before – realising you love someone when she’s gone, leaving you heartbroken with an unspoken emotion. It did hurt, didn’t it? And it will continue to hurt as you try to keep your hopes up that she will eventually come back to you.
Pat always believes in silver linings – when bad things happen, there’s something positive coming out of it.
Picture this: you love someone more than you love yourself. But one day, you discover that he or she has an untreatable disease and can no longer stay with you. To make things worse, your lover’s parents do not really approve of your relationship. What will you do?
Rainbow Rowell’s “Fangirl” is about how a shy girl opens up her heart to new people and discover new experiences now that she is away from her home and separated from her twin, whom she used to do things with.
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?
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?
Your professional life could be frustrating when you are a fresh graduate starting your first job. In fact, you are most likely to feel like a loser at work as you walk into an environment that’s new to you, but not to the millions of people who have already journeyed through it.
From Phnom Penh to New York City, Mr Young Chan Sophea brought the Cambodian flag to the headquarters of the United Nations. He served as our nation’s diplomat to the UN from 2005 to 2008.
Last week, Starbucks led the launching of a children’s story book as part of its “Give Good 2018” campaign to spread joy to Cambodian kids.