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Ambassador’s message

Publication date 30 September 2022 | 08:40 | ICT

Remarks by Ambassador Wang Wentian on the 73rd anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China



  • China scholarship students given warm send-off

    The Chinese Embassy in Phnom Penh on September 22 held a farewell ceremony for the hundreds of Cambodian scholarship students heading to China for study, with the programme resuming after a pause due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • China-aided medical building to help improve Cambodia’s healthcare quality

    Situated in the Kingdom’s capital, the newly established Cambodia-China Friendship Preah Kossamak Hospital will play an important role in improving the quality of healthcare services in the Southeast Asian nation.

  • Prince Bank serves Chinese investors in Cambodia with dedicated China Desk

    The post-pandemic economic recovery has seen recent growing interest among investors in Cambodia.

  • China-built road speeding up travel, flow of goods in southwest Cambodia

    Connecting Kampong Speu and Kandal provinces in southwest Cambodia, the Chinese-built National Road No51 is playing an important role in facilitating travel flow and transport of goods.

  • New Ming Fai store showcasing ‘total solutions provider for hotels’

    Ming Fai Enterprise (Cambodia) Co Ltd this year opened a new showroom in Phnom Penh, with the grand, spacious store showcasing a comprehensive range of hotel supplies, with hundreds of international brands on display.


    Thirty years ago today, The Phnom Penh Post was born. Three decades later, it continues to bring quality news and contribute to nation-building and professionalism in the industry.

  • The Post remains committed to ethical journalism

    The Phnom Penh Post has been an independent and in-depth media outlet in Cambodia for 30 years, and remains committed to the core principles of journalism to bring quality reporting to both Cambodian and foreign readers.

  • The Post pursuing mission to train budding journalists

    Over its 30 years as a highly respected, independent media outlet in Cambodia, The Phnom Penh Post has built a strong reputation as the place for budding journalists to train, benefitting from the vast experience of its staff.

  • The Post in the eyes of observers over the past three decades

    Politicians, analysts and civil society organisations agree that The Phnom Penh Post has given accurate, ethical and professional information over its 30 years of covering Cambodian current affairs, contributing significantly to the promotion of democracy, rights and freedoms in the Kingdom.

  • Real estate scene sees decades of ‘incredible’ gains

    The Post has been on the forefront of covering stories from the world of Cambodian real estate and construction, sectors that have grown at a brisk pace of growth over the past two decades, especially in the capital and coastal Preah Sihanouk province, thanks to the rapidly-expanding economy and