The diplomatic and historical ties between South Korea and Cambodia date back decades and have experienced substantial expansion and improvement.
Cities have always been dynamic hubs of culture, education, economic growth and opportunity, and most importantly, centres of social interaction attracting residents and visitors alike.
Since Hun Manet became the country’s prime minister, there have been numerous discussions and hopes among Western and Cambodian scholars because Manet received his education in the democratic nations of the US and UK, which also have significant political and economic influences.
Strong consumer spending has supported growth in Asia’s three largest economies this year, but there are already signs that the region’s recovery may be running out of steam.
This year’s World Food Day celebrates one of the planet’s most precious resources: water. It’s essential to life on Earth.
This year we pass the halfway mark both on our journey towards implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and the signing of the Paris Agreement on climate change.
A decade ago when Chinese President Xi Jinping proposed the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), it was an instant hit, winning widespread acclamation and support from the international community.
Not to mention the last ASEAN Summit held in Indonesia, Samdech Hun Manet visited China as his first foreign destination after taking office as Cambodia’s prime minister.
On this World Mental Health Day 2023, with the theme “Mental health is a universal human right”, we spotlight the mental health of children, adolescents and youth in Cambodia.
The world is at a tipping point. The pandemic left a toxic legacy of spiralling poverty, debt distress, and inequality, all amid a worsening cost-of-living crisis.