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Christmas has arrived around the world, and in Cambodia the festive season hasn’t gone unnoticed as many Cambodians celebrate Christmas in their homes, at their churches or with their families.

Youths having lunch at the Drug Addict Relief Association of Cambodia (DARAC).
Wed, 25 December 2013

The story of a young teenager: Drugs, Crime, Regret

“The police are coming!” his friend shouted. Two of his friends had already been arrested. Now it was time for him to decide how to run. It was clear that if he got caught, $1,000 would be needed.

Duong Leakena ( 3 from left ) took pictures with classmate and professors at AUW.
Wed, 25 December 2013

Life in Bangladesh​

Duong Leakena, 23, a senior student at Asian University for Women (AUW) majoring in philosophy, politics and economics, shared her life experience in Bangladesh with us.

Wed, 25 December 2013

Christmas dance app

It is fun to see yourselves as dancing elves with nice music and in a Christmas suit.

Install Elf Yourself on your smartphone to create such happiness with your sweetheart, friends or family.

Wed, 25 December 2013

An animated ambition full of Depth

A mong the producers of millions of phone apps around the world is a young Cambodian, Yok Chivalry, 27, the creator of the popular game Asva.

Chhit Mom, 49, fortune teller.
Wed, 18 December 2013

Career as fortune teller helps increase customers’ confidence

“When I was seven, I dreamt that I could predict future events correctly. I woke up and then tried to predict what was going to happen to my neighbours and they appreciated my accuracy.

Sor Chandara editor lift .
Wed, 18 December 2013

Editor’s Letter: What do I think about religion?

Religion is obviously one of the important structures in Cambodian society. It has played a key role in leadership and nation building for a thousand years.

Wed, 18 December 2013

IELTS Speaking

Cambodian English students often complain that their English pronunciation doesn’t actually sound like English.

Wed, 18 December 2013

Cambodian monk reflects on experiences in more than 10 countries

Some people think that getting the chance to go abroad is difficult.

Oum Tharoth practices Bakato.
Wed, 18 December 2013

Oum Tharoth: Young Cambodian fights for martial art

“I want to be a strong woman who can protect and preserve Khmer martial arts and culture,” says a young lady who is passionate about Bokator.

Oum Tharoth has been well-known as a Bokator fighter and performer since 2008.