Cambodia's long-pilloried drug detention centres continue to be hotbeds of violence, sexual abuse and forced labour, and serve more as a place to keep “undesirables” out of sight than as centres of rehabilitation, according to a report by Human Ri
Less than a week after a leading international corruption index found Cambodia’s public sector to have the worst perceived level of corruption in ASEAN, the prime minister has announced a plan to add anti-corruption education into the national sch
A pilot scheme sending 400 Cambodian maids to Singapore has made a spluttering start, according to local media reports, with agencies in Singapore reportedly growing frustrated at the slow pace of maid arrivals and “sceptical” about the
International car rental operator Avis is bringing its brand to Cambodia and Laos, according to a statement released last week from local licensee RMA Group.
One of Cambodia’s most recognisable fashion labels is to close – but not for long. The founder is overseeing the creation of a more mature replacement that will launch next week. Will Jackson reports.
It was by no means a fault-free final, but it had a fair sprinkle of enthralling moments and fierce baseline exchanges.
Diplomatic sources claim that at a recent dinner, the minister of foreign affairs of Laos, Thongloun Sisoulith, waxed indignant about America’s abduction of hundreds of individuals from around the world.
It was raining men at the weekend in Kep as three parachutists staged seven jumps from a helicopter as part of the country’s second annual Sea Festival.