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This week, a pioneering collaboration between the government of Cambodia, the United Nations’ International Labour Organisation, and garment industry factory owners and their workers turned 15.

A doctor inspects the wounds of Sum Sokny – the first victim of an acid crime this year in Cambodia – earlier this month at Phnom Penh’s Calmette Hospital after she was attacked by her husband in Meanchey district.
Mon, 22 February 2016

Acid crimes are falling, but attitudes still must change

The first acid attack of 2016 in Cambodia occurred in the second week of February, receiving all the press deserved by such an outrageous crime.

Fri, 23 October 2015

Cambodians, come home and help the Kingdom prosper

Regarding the Post Weekend article titled A Return to the Roots: Diaspora Rebuild (October 10): The article begins with an introduction of a new documentary by Canadian-Cambodian graffiti artist Fonki Yav, who encourages the Cambodi

Thu, 22 October 2015

Commemorating UN Day

On October 24, 1945, the United Nations was created from the ashes of World War II to foster global peace, prosperity and justice.

Thu, 8 October 2015

Reconciliation in Cambodia

Reconciliation is as much an individual journey as it is a collective phenomenon.

A lion statue located in the Angkor Wat Temple complex.
Thu, 1 October 2015

Hold the looters accountable

In regards to the Post Weekend’s article Inside the secret museum (Saturday, September 26):

Tue, 29 September 2015

Stopping ASEAN’s brain drain

After 10 years of negotiation, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations’ (ASEAN) much anticipated ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) comes into effect at the end of this year.

Wed, 16 September 2015

Judging without influence

“Under such circumstances, you cannot release that guy on bail,” says a senior judge. “Why not?” a junior judge honestly asks.

A protester breaks apart a statue of Lenin at a monument in his honour after it was pulled down during a protest in Kiev’s Independence Square
Mon, 30 December 2013

Lenin due for yet another fall

Carved from blood-red granite and standing outside Kiev’s famous Besarabsky Market, the statue of Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, aka Lenin, was a splendid sight, and its destruction is rather tragic.