China to further open itself up to the world to ensure a level playing field competition.
From cutting-edge DNA barcoding to smartphone apps that can identify illegal wildlife sales, conservationists are turning to hi-tech tools in their battle against Indonesia’s animal traffickers.
As East Asia ushers in the Year of the Earth Dog, Japan, as a long-time partner of Myanmar, is critically viewing the mid-term tenure of the National League for Democracy government. Moe Thuzar tells why.
The Taekwondo Federation hopes the kingdom will be including the sport at the 32nd Phnom Penh SEA Games in 2023.
While law-abiding foreigners in Cambodia will undoubtedly follow the outlined procedure of getting a medical test for a work permit, even the best among them will begin to ask questions about the necessity of going through the entire process, writes Rama Ariadi.
A search by a US firm for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is expected to complete its survey by mid-June.
In the face of a rapidly ageing population, Asean needs to further promote dialogue and knowledge sharing on the issue and develop common pathways that support effective and productive participation in old age, writes Chheang Vannarith.
Viber celebrate achieving two million registered users in Cambodia.
Grab, Southeast Asia’s leading on-demand transportation and mobile payments platform, and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) announced a cooperation agreement that aims at improving living standards in urban areas by reducing pollution and urban traffic congestion.
As one of Southeast Asia’s late bloomers, Cambodia is only just beginning to flex its powers across a number of areas.
KC International Airlines will use airRM as their revenue management system.
On the congested streets of Kuala Lumpur, pedestrians usually find themselves at the bottom of the pecking order.
Those looking to enjoy Chinese New Year celebrations with exquisite food, spectacular entertainment and authentic festive decorations should head to NagaWorld.
“Health is wealth.” This is probably too cliché for you, but this couldn’t be any truer. We are constantly confronted with health risks – from dust to smoke to food and drinks.
Grab to donate a portion of every ride taken to support medical care for children.
The terrorist threat facing Southeast Asia is growing as foreign fighters return.
The arrest of ten foreigners over charges of producing pornographic images in Siem Reap last week has grabbed the attention of local and foreign audiences.
Strategic competition between major powers, particularly between China and the US, is poised to heighten from this year onward. The geo-strategic balance of power is shifting.
Cambodian companies should quote prices in the yuan for trade with Guangdong.
Get your wish in a big way, as the year of the earth Dog gets underway.
A nascent recovery in Singapore’s housing market is showing signs of reaching Sentosa.
Energy demand from Asean countires climbed 70% from 2000 to 2016.
Governments across Southeast Asia have a history of using laws and the judiciary to curb press freedoms – now, they have found a handy crutch to lean on as they intensify clampdowns: US President Donald Trump’s “fake news” mantra.
Phnom Penh is making a name for itself as an emerging hub for contemporary arts in Southeast Asia, and the scene is benefitting from the surge of creative talents calling Cambodia home.
Grab, Southeast Asia’s leading on-demand transportation platform recently signed a memorandum of understanding with Cambodia’s Anti-Corruption Unit in Phnom Penh.
Malaysia plans to expand its connectivity with the kingdom, particularly air travel, a high-ranking Malaysian official said on the weekend.
Michael Vatikiotis’ “Blood and Silk – Power and Conflict in Modern Southeast Asia” launched at the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival does that.
NongHyup Financial Group is now vying to acquire a Cambodian microfinance institution (MFI) by the end of the month.
Japanese property firm Leopalace21 Corp will build a serviced apartment complex in Phnom Penh costing $15 million.
To create experts in the field of sustainable territorial development, STeDe is offering students from EU and non-EU countries a chance.