Prof Sambo Manara shares his insights about the significance of the Cambodian monarch.
Cambodia is known as a country that’s rich in culture, arts and architecture. But through war, internal conflicts, the splendid arts and culture have somehow been forgotten by its own people. Since the last three decades, the arts scene in Cambodia has been growing.
80 Cambodian students from 11 different universities, dressed in pepper-and-salt suits and stiff collars, stepped into the world of Asean delegates last week at the Pannasastra University of Cambodia (PUC), Phnom Penh.
It could have been a free, fun-filled Saturday afternoon for the high school students in Phnom Penh.
May 1: AIESEC, the world’s largest non-profit youth-run organization, is inviting all Cambodian youths to participate in the “Beyond Yourself 2018” event to be held here this Saturday May 5.
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Sor Virakdara, a master’s student in human rights at Pannasastra University of Cambodia. He started working out when he was in Grade 9.
International relations student Prum Leakhena decided to work as a swimming coach while studying at Pannasastra University of Cambodia.
At the age of nine, Mr Sila was arrested by Thai police and returned to Cambodia. Another broker wanted to buy him for $5,000, but this time his mum refused.
Kim Dyna is a young novelist who recently graduated from a TESOL programme at Pannasastra University of Cambodia.
Despite her family’s difficulties, Lao Dane never thought of giving up her education, always studying hard and participating in social work, and eventually winning a scholarship to in the US.
Soeung Sarlita, a 20-year-old architecture student at the Royal University of Fine Arts and a TESOL student at Pannasastra University of Cambodia, won the latter’s Peace Painting competition late last year.