On Thursday afternoon, despite the blazing sun, hundreds of people participated in the JENESYS 2019 competition to witness a wonderful performance and creative presentation from the 12 nominated teams from various universities in Cambodia.
An exquisite culmination of two cultures is observed at the sixth edition of the Harvest Moon Festival this year, brought about by the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center (CJCC) and Cambodia-Korea Cooperation Center (CKCC).
There was sheer electric in the air and anticipation and excitement as hundreds of people streamed into the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center to celebrate the Tanabata, or more famously known as the Star Festival, last weekend.
TEDxRUPP 2019, launched its first event in Cambodia with more than ten speakers from different industries, such as businessperson, photographers, vloggers, writers and professors, in early of June at Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center [CJCC].
Five talented students emerged as the most fluent Japanese speakers during last weekend’s 22nd Japanese Speech Contest at the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center. A total of 56 contestants from different cities and provinces battled for the prize.
National dress code is not only representing the country but also an identity of the nation. Last Friday, about six representatives from different countries came together to display their traditional dresses at the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center (CJCC).
To encourage more young people to become entrepreneurs, the government must prioritise improving the process of starting and registering a business, reducing capital requirements, and expanding access to finance, experts said last week.
The “i4i Ideathon” was a three-day innovation workshop that gathered young women in an effort to transform personal insights into hundreds of ideas and build lasting regional networks around gender equality.
Opening wide doors for Cambodian youths to experience and understand Japan – its culture, traditions and developments – the Embassy of Japan and the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport held the JENESYS 2018 youth exchange programme at the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center on October 25.
Getting a scholarship is every student’s goal; but it is also every student’s turmoil. Due to lack of information and the complicated process, students encounter a myriad of struggles to get through the application.
Cities of the Future – Cambodia Brewers Craft Beer Charity – Harvest Moon Festival
Over a thousand students from different schools around the country gathered at the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center for the screening of the 12 short films of the in-country Asian International Children’s Film Festival 2018.
SHE Conference 2018 – Chevening Scholarships Information Session – Stress Management
Thriive Cambodia on July 19 organised a conference for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) owners.
Cambodia and Japan maintained close ties for 65 years – bridging differences in languages, traditions, religions and beliefs.
The 21st Japanese Speech Contest for Japanese language learners started last week. This contest aims to further promote the understanding of Japanese culture and language amongst the Cambodian youth.
The theme of this year’s festival was “Beat of Japan” and spectacular music performances from both countries were presented in the ceremony.
SPAREasia is a local team discovered through the SmartStart Young Innovation Program.
The Japan Foundation and Embassy of Japan in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts and Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center organised the “Japanese Film Festival in Cambodia 2017”.
Jol mlop is a traditional Khmer rite of passage for girls entering puberty, in which they are kept at home for three to six months depending on the social status of the family.