Hai Socheat Vaddana’s passion for supporting handmade and environmentally safe products, as well as her mission to promote women’s employment in the Kingdom, inspired her to start making straws from chachot.
Traditionally, most weavers of seagrass are elderly people, who sit and weave to pass the time after their daily work is done. It seems that this tradition may be lost in the future, as younger Cambodians are less inclined to take up the art.
In today's digital world where children using smart devices are ubiquitous, a bilingual children’s magazine named Kroojchmar aims to inspire creative passions and perhaps suggest future vocations to its young readers.
A lot of plastic waste is thrown away or burned, often producing toxic fumes that cause health problems.
Reaksmey Chhorpon dreamt a seemingly impossible dream. She wanted to become a scientist. Now, as the founder of HathKal Lab, she is using chemical engineering to turn high quality Cambodian crops into 11 kinds of pure essential oils.
Minister of Environment Say Samal praised a Cambodian enterprise that makes straws from rice and vegetable matter rather than plastic, which he said is overused around the world.
To promote tourist destinations in his home province of Kampot, Hang Panhaka took it upon himself to establish an online social community network and app which introduces new destinations and shares introductions from local business owners.
Reusable women’s menstrual products have been available in Cambodia since Sovanvotey Hok launched Green Lady Cambodia.
In a Phnom Penh hall, the planets of our solar system are suspended, each one represented by an accurately coloured balloon.
If your heart is set on something dear to you, then you’ll always find a way to make it work. Giant strides forward usually start out as baby steps and most good ideas start with one person taking it seriously and then finding others who have been waiting for something like it to come along without