In a hall within the Nikrot One Kol Toteung Pagoda, a group of individuals oversaw a recent event. The backdrop displayed a design featuring a heart symbol with a red dot beneath it, alongside the phrase “Japan Heart”.
In Koh Chamroeun village, part of Kandal province’s Loeuk Dek district, a new ferry is plying its trade, while serving as a reminder of the lives lost and taking an earnest step towards a safer future.
At the Student Achievement Fair held at Preah Sisowath High School on August 26, Minister of Education, Youth and Sport Hang Chuon Naron praised parents, school leaders, teachers, and the local education NGO KAPE for championing a new era of schools.
In a delightful story of expanding elephant families, E Keo, mother to Noel, stands at the centre of a pioneering breeding programme.
Plastic bottles and bags, notorious for their non-biodegradable nature, have long posed a threat to our environment, whether littered on the ground, buried or afloat in water.
At factory Phnom Penh on August 20, a groundbreaking workshop titled “The Path to Mental Illness Relief” took a bold step towards addressing Cambodia’s deeply rooted psychological wounds.
Individual holding “Cambodian passports” who commit crimes abroad are responsible for their own actions, said officials and commentators following one of Singapore’s largest ever crackdowns on money laundering on August 16.
Traditional cakes such as num ansorm and palm cake, among other hand-held Cambodian cakes, can be found being sold in Ang Rokar Primary School in Boeung Tranh Kang Choeung commune, Takeo province’s Samrong district.
The production rice wine is a traditional craft passed down from the ancient Khmer ancestors, and is prevalent in all regions across the country.
Beginning on August 1, the government has introduced a new allowance to assist female civil servants and women who have equity cards.