Mobile phone call promotions undercutting the government’s minimum pricing regulations are to be outlawed – again.
Amid a flurry of post-election promises of reform by the government, an index released by Transparency International (TI) yesterday shows that Cambodia’s public sector is perceived to be the most corrupt in ASEAN, and second only to North Korea in
Ponlork Ho, a former adviser to Senate President Chea Sim, and Khieu Bora, an ex-lieutenant general in the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces, both serving prison terms for their parts in a fraud scandal worth hundreds of millions of dollars,
US and Cambodian governments have presented a united front calling for the country’s agriculture industry to diversify, modernise and commercialise.
Flyboarding – the futuristic new watersport that’s just arrived to Cambodia’s beaches – is probably the closest you’ll ever get to flying a real jetpack.
I’d never seen so many fountains. During our afternoon jaunt, taking in many of the Turkmenistan capital’s mammoth monuments, the fountains far outnumbered pedestrians.
The recent protests in Bangkok echo the biblical story of Barabbas, which is described in all four gospels due to its shockingly emblematic depiction of the power of group emotion.
Angkor Wat is set to be the venue of a special concert in the spirit of wa – the Japanese word for harmony – tonight featuring traditional music from across Southeast Asia and Japan.