Kang Sung-il buys Sancho, his Pomeranian, a toy every business trip and this Lunar New Year holiday will dress him up in a new $50 suit to visit ‘grandma’, Kang’s mother.
With Tiny Toones, Tuy ‘Kay Kay’ Sobil and his team provide education, albeit not in the most traditional sense, that is meant to help keep underprivileged and marginalised kids off the streets. But life for Kay Kay is not a bed of roses.
Refusing to be a bystander any more, a health worker in Kratie province acts to end violence against children after attending a training course organised by the Ministry of Health.
The 6th Mengly J. Quach WordSpeed Contest was organized on Saturday by the Aii Language Center.
The Khmer Alphabet is unique, and considerably more complicated and difficult than its English equivalent.
Now I look at that first generation of kids and see famous musicians, successful businesspeople,” says Tiny Toones.
Cambodia’s duo of young representatives joins the sixth season of Football for Friendship (F4F) Programme.
Chinese and American scientists suggested piano lessons had a positive effect on kindergartners’ ability to distinguish different pitches.
Fitbit have released the Fitbit Ace, the company’s first fitness band aimed for children. The Ace, designed for kids aged eight and up, was first announced in March.
Whether in a real football pitch or in mere empty streets, Cambodia has an abundance of talented young football players.
Sokheng Sengkea and Sok Makara will go Russia for the 6th Gazprom Football Prog.
The bright lights of Beijing or Shanghai have never held much allure for Wu Tongxu.