Forty-six foreign journalists are taking part in a media exchange programme.
About 30 armoured personnel carriers from China will arrive in Cambodia next week.
Xi Jinping’s Belt and Road Initiative aims to strengthen economic ties, says official.
China does not want a trade war with the US but will defend its interests.
China will not threaten anyone as it rises its defense spending.
Guardian announced the grand opening of its eighth health and beauty store in Phnom Penh, located at Boeung Keng Kang 1 on Pasteur Street.
US track sensation Christian Coleman lived up to his billing as the sprinter most likely to fill the sizeable spikes of Usain Bolt.
China is “strongly dissatisfied” with the US bill promoting relations with Taiwan.
The Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) provides a platform to foster political dialogue, strengthen economic and cultural cooperation, and tackle global challenges together.
China is developing technologies to build a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier.
Economists are lauding the stability of Xi Jinping continued rule.
The Indo-Pacific strategy for all intents and purposes is used by the US to counterbalance the rise of China. This, argues Su Hao, is dangerous and could lead Asian nations toward confrontation, rather than promote regional peace.
The term “Indo-Pacific” has become widely resonant as a diplomatic and geopolitical construct, especially at the highest levels of Australian, Indian, Japanese, and US governments.
Cambodia is expected to welcome 6.1 million international visitors in 2018.
Cooperation with a working group from France to excavate the Cave of Bridges.
A potential president for life in Beijing bodes ill for governance. China’s rubber-stamp legislature is set to scrap term limits for leaders, meaning President Xi Jinping could stay around well beyond 2023, when his second term finishes.
The report gives vent to imaginary thinking about strategic, technological, doctrinal and political/diplomatic surprises in potential US conflicts with China, Russia, North Korea and Iran.
China’s plan for Xi Jinping to remain in office indefinitely has sparked criticisms.
Prime Minister Hun Sen reiterated his commitment to the one-China policy.
Price of Cambodian rice abroad is on the rise since the beginning of February.
Li Shufu is making waves after buying a $9 billion stake in Germany’s Daimler AG.
Five men are arrested in Vietnam for allegedly attempting to smuggle $2.5 million worth of heroin into China.
China’s Defence provides local hospital with 24 kinds of medical equipment.
Chinese Communist Party’s leadership calls for the removal of presidential term limits.
Beijing protests Washington’s decision to impose sanctions against Chinese companies deals with North Korea.
The Embassy of Malaysia in Phnom Penh celebrated its annual Chinese New Year festivities with guests receiving warm a welcome from Ambassador HE Dato Sri Hasan Malek and friendly embassy officials.
Japan is rethinking the ways in which its official development assistance is provided to developing nations in order to promote its vision for a ‘free and open Indo-Pacific strategy’. DW’s Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
In January the price of Cambodian rubber overseas declined by 10%, going from $1,600 per ton in December to $1,444.
Thailand is not concerned about the movement of fugitive former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and his sister.
Japanese automakers to look beyond discounts to grow market share.