The newly launched Asian Cultural Council devotes its efforts and resources to promote cultural exchanges and build interfaith harmony in Asia. To support its advocacy, ACC brought a group of young future cultural leaders to the storied nation of Vietnam. Sreu Rithiya, a youth voulunteer of ACC, reports.
Members of the Asian Cultural Council yesterday in Siem Reap launched the “100 Model Village Project”, which focuses on the pillars of peace, sustainable development, connectivity and innovation.
Suos Yara, a National Assembly lawmaker and spokesman for the ruling CPP, speaks to Khmer Times about the outlook of politics in the country.
The government has effectively implemented information technology systems to battle corruption, especially through the use of automatic payment systems.
A new book about China’s Belt and Road Initiative, penned by a CPP lawmaker.
Suos Yara, a lawmaker with the ruling CPP for Preah Vihear province, is also a spokesman for the party and sat down with Khmer Times’ reporter Ven Rathavong to talk about the party’s preparation and policies ahead of the national election in July.
Cambodia’s progress has not been portrayed fairly by some media, argues Suos Yara. These media outlets, he writes, are just parroting opposition views and kowtowing to the NGOs, and help to perpetuate a situation of doom and gloom.
This year marks the 65th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Cambodia and Japan. Both countries plan to organise a series of events to commemorate their time-honoured friendship and partnership.
Suos Yara is an up and coming official with the ruling CPP. He is a lawmaker for Preah Vihear province and a spokesperson for his party.