Cambodia was among the countries which participated in the two-day conference.
Education Ministry and Unesco celebrates International Literacy Day in Siem Reap.
Myanmar has hailed the listing of its ancient city of Bagan as a World Heritage Site announced at the 43rd session of the World Heritage Committee of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) held in Baku, Azerbaijan late Saturday.
BEEP students share their journey with the second educational chance.
Tourism Minister wants Khmer noodles listed on Unesco’s cultural heritage list.
Malaysia’s Portuguese Eurasian community has a distinct and vibrant culture. But many older folk fear that their language Kristang, which UNESCO lists as “severely endangered”, is increasingly being discarded by the younger generation.
Information Ministry celebrates today World Press Freedom Day with theme of the “media’s role in supporting peace and democracy.”
Three Basic Education Equivalency Programme centres are launched.
Scholarships: Civil Society Leadership Awards – Angkor Photo Workshops – Adenauer Young Scholars
The Ministry of Tourism has asked Unesco to accelerate the process of listing historic Battambang, Kratie, and Kampot as heritage cities.
Unesco pledged to continue working closely with the Ministry of Tourism.
Cambodia has three sites inscribed on the World Heritage list. The Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world and the largest tourist attraction site of Cambodia, was added to the World Heritage list by Unesco in 1992.
Labour Ministry and Unesco are to expand the Basic Education Equivalent Project.
Education Ministry and Unesco launch the Basic Education Equivalency Programme.
In a bid to increase the number of graduates in the Kingdom, the Education Ministry and Unesco today launched the Basic Education Equivalency Programme at the Institute of Technology of Cambodia in Phnom Penh and three other branches in Siem Reap.
As a child, Tatsuo Sato was terrified when the Namahage demons roared into his northern Japanese house every year, but in adulthood he mourned as the centuries-old tradition faded away.
Leong Yuet Meng cannot walk more than 10 meters without assistance. Yet, the frail 90-year-old still runs a wanton noodle stall in downtown Singapore, selling at least 200 bowls on any given day.
In November 2018, UNESCO inscribed Lakhon Khol Wat Svay Andet, a form of Khmer masked drama dance, into its List of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding.
Efforts to include intangible heritage in Unesco’s World Heritage List.
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS) held the official launching of the first learning center of “Basic Education Equivalency Programme” on February 17 at the Institute of Technology of Cambodia (ITC).
Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training and UNESCO jointly held the official launching of the first learning center of “Basic Education Equivalency Programme” on February 17.
Cambodia and Myanmar discuss direct flights between Bagan and Siem Reap.
Sigiriya, located in central Sri Lanka has been declared a polythene free zone.
A hydrologist urges Africa to pursue rainwater harvesting.
Cambodia and her people, under the wise leadership of Prime Minister Hun Sen, are ready to chair the official launch of the Asian Cultural Council (ACC) tomorrow in Siem Reap, the home of Angkor.
Royal Ballet of Cambodia will again mesmerise locals and foreigners with its new production “Neang Watthana Devi” on January 18 and 19 at the Chaktomuk Theatre.
The Kingdom of wonders has increasingly gained international support in protecting and preserving its cultural heritage after UNESCO listed the 12th historic temple in Angkor as a world heritage site in 1992.
Cambodia is set to host the launching of the Asian Cultural Council next month.
Cambodia, with Unesco support, is set to host the launching of the Asian Cultural Council next month, a government official said.
On November 30, 2016, the kingdom celebrated Unesco’s recognition of the Chapei Dang Veng as part of the country’s intangible cultural heritage. The accolade paved the way to the protection and resurgence of the ancient guitar-like instrument.