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Sambo Manara, a history professor at Pannasastra University of Cambodia, yesterday said Cambodians should be proud on Independence Day because independence was achieved without bloodshed.
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To study in a university for a bachelor’s degree is tough. But, undeniably, moving out from the province where you lived most of your young life and transferring to the busy city of Phnom Penh just to pursue good education is a lot tougher.
Koung Sorita is well known in the business scene in Cambodia. At a young age, she has already accomplished so much – businesses here and there, social work, and affiliations with established organisations.
Excelling in your academics is a solid stepping stone towards success. But it can’t guarantee you flower-strewn pathways to total triumph. Flexibility, resilience and goodwill, along with intelligence, get you on top of the game.
About 15 students from New York University Abu Dhabi were recently given a hearty welcome by Cambodian Living Arts (CLA).
Pannasastra University professor will launch his new book Punji Trap – Pham Xuan An: The Spy Who Didn’t Love Us.
A senior minister asks investors and developers in the construction industry to incorporate Khmer architecture into their projects.
More than 20 girls from remote parts of Cambodia took over for a day as a cabinet minister, a university dean, a manager at a private company.
Pov Arun recently won the Smart Photo Contest sponsored by the Smart company. He studies tourism and hospitality management at Pannasastra University of Cambodia in Siem Reap.
By regularly giving speeches, gaining feedback, leading teams and guiding others to achieve goals in a supportive atmosphere, participants emerge from the Toastmasters programme as leaders.
Drawing a face on his computer, Mr Piseth said he didn’t learn art at school, but from his father and YouTube and other websites related to digital art and painting.
Organised especially for high school graduates, the “Skills and Jobs” event aims to give participants the keys to choosing the right university major and getting a good job.
Budding filmmaker Yun Ranuth has won many awards for his short films, but he has had less success winning an academic scholarships to study abroad.