Khmers marked the beginning of a new year with colourful, vibrant and loud celebrations last week.
Almost everyone in Cambodia loves magic tricks. They also want to learn a few tricks to impress their classmates or colleagues, or give performances at parties. But when Cambodians are asked who their favourite magician or illusionist is, only one name will come to their minds: Solo.
City Hall has denied a request made by the Cambodia Independent Teachers Association to rally on World Teacher’s Day.
The inauguration of Sanloek Tes Art Gallery on June 27 was presided over by Her Excellency Koy Pisey, Deputy Chief of Permanent Secretariat of the National Authority in Charge of Border Affairs.
City Hall will no longer be able to collect money from parking around Wat Phnom.
On Labour Day, the Labour Confederation demanded increase the minimum wage.
The US Embassy in Cambodia issued a security alert, urging all US citizens in the country to exercise caution after Prime Minister Hun Sen claimed that the terrorist organisation had been planning an attack in Phnom Penh before Khmer New Year.
PM claims the KNLF was plotting to set off explosives in Phnom Penh to disrupt New Year festivities.
The Ministry of Environment will soon collaborate with some NGOs to host a Bird Photos Fair for the first time at Wat Phnom.
PM says that security forces were on high alert to protect Cambodians and foreigners during upcoming New Year’s Eve celebrations.