The human mind is awesome. It is said that Albert Einstein used only 10 percent of the potential of his mind. Perhaps the 100 percent is there for us to create miracles.
As you drive or walk the streets of Cambodia, regardless of how you call it, you’ll be tempted to try some of the appetizing roadside moving food vendors with lots and lots of options to choose from.
Waking up early in the morning rushing to school, stressing over homework and assignment, and feeling the pressure of midterms, quizzes, and finals are typical college students’ struggle and state of mind.
A new partnership with the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations seeks to enhance the quality of local meat.
Curran Hendry, with a background in development consulting, is a strong believer in the transformative power of sustainable social enterprises.
Agriculture Minister calls for greater oversight on food production in the country.
It’s easy to develop bad eating habits. With a busy schedule each day, many people in Cambodia unconsciously pick up a variety of bad eating habits.
Britain’s prolonged heatwave will impact food supplies later this year and would exacerbate any disruption caused by a hard Brexit.
So, I think it is time to discuss the dog meat trade in Cambodia. For most of us, Westerners, is it absolutely unthinkable to dissect the dog and serve its meat to our guests during a dinner party.
Lee Hyuk, secretary general of the Asean-Korea Center, sits down with Khmer Times’ Chea Vannak to discuss business and diplomatic ties between South Korea and Cambodia.
Vietnamese Prime Ministe issues a National Action Program on Zero Hunger.
Authorities in Sihanoukville announce plans for an event that will showcase the province’s range of chemical-free food options.
After attending a forum by the provincial Department of Commerce 53 children and 22 women were afflicted with food poisoning and required medical treatment.
A South Korean delegation organises a workshop on food processing in Phnom Penh.
The Minister of Industry reminds food producers to follow proper hygiene standards.
One girl died and three others were taken to hospital with food poisoning in separate cases in Kratie and Kampong Cham.
The term asshole may sound stupid. Nevertheless, we can’t live without it. Much to the contrary, as stupid as it may be, it is also highly emotional.
It was a happy weekend for food lovers last Saturday and Sunday as the 2nd Slaprea Food Festival opened at the 2040 Container Market at the heart of Phnom Penh.
A new centre to check produce for safety and quality standards is inaugurated.
Food security of 124 million people worldwide was under threat last year, says UN.
Hungry? ordering and receiving food in Phnom Penh has never been easier.
Looking for an application that can provide you a fast and convenient way to order your favourite dishes? Nham24 is a mobile application that lets you order food and drinks from your favourite restaurants in Cambodia.
The Japanese community and Embassy of Japan organised an event to celebrate Japanese New Year with traditional Japanese performances, drinks and food.
The former Sorya shopping mall is now the revamped to Sorya Center Point and $5 million was spent of renovations.
Khmer Times/Youth Today supplement’s Say Tola recently interviewed Neo Say Wee, Himawari Microbrewery’s brewmaster.
The island’s reputation among in-the-know travellers as a foodie paradise will be further burnished when Taipei becomes the latest Asian city to have its own Michelin guide.
The healthy foods are out there – we know that – but in both rich and poor environments it seems nutrition is under threat.
Markets using shipping containers are popping up in Phnom Penh, following the popularity of this kind of market locally and internationally.
Featuring pubs, restaurants and markets built into shipping containers, it brings an original brand of open air shopping and dining to the country’s capital city.
Muslims will be able to eat at restaurants across the country when new regulations on halal food come into force by the end of the year.