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Inside the offices of Prasac Microfinance Institution
Sat, 24 January 2015

On the frontline of the MFI boom

On the road with one of hundreds of credit officers navigating an industry growing at a rapid pace

Hashim Fahram longs to return to Iraq.
Sat, 24 January 2015

After escaping turmoil in Iraq, family sets up Daun Penh eatery

A blacksmith from Fallujah opened a small eatery as a refuge for his family. It has since set a new benchmark for authentic Arab cuisine in the Kingdom

The Cambodian Space Project performing at a Helsinki venue in 2013
Sat, 24 January 2015

Space Project launches satellite band

The long-standing golden age rock group’s new side project has already impressed the opposition’s highest-ranking female lawmaker

A busy night at the Gelato Lab
Sat, 24 January 2015

Ice cream’s a science at the Gelato Lab

Top-shelf ingredients and attention to detail set new Siem Reap gelato offering apart

Spoken word poet Kosal Khiev
Sat, 24 January 2015

‘Guerrilla style’ film turns focus on ex-con turned poet

Kosal Khiev was 16 when he was jailed for 14 years on an attempted murder conviction. After being deported to Cambodia – a country he had never seen – he sought out a fresh start.

New dump at Choeung Ek
Sat, 24 January 2015

Scavengers linger at long-dead dump site

When Stung Meanchey dump closed six years ago, a new site opened in Choeung Ek. But the network of NGOs that the old dump spawned ensured that many scavengers stayed put

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Nithyananda Sangha
Sat, 24 January 2015

Mystic claims Angkorian temples built in India

Nithyananda Sangha posted a series of YouTube videos making the assertion shortly before hosting workshops in Siem Reap

Sat, 24 January 2015

Coffee-break companions for caffeine addicts

From top-notch Italian drips to Costa Rican beans and thermos flasks, find all the essentials needed to make your perfect cup at home.

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Sat, 24 January 2015

Majority want booze regulations: survey

An overwhelming 96 per cent of Cambodians want the government to take measures to reduce alcohol consumption, a Royal University of Phnom Penh survey has found.

Outgoing UN human rights envoy Surya Subedi.
Sat, 24 January 2015

Optimistic Subedi bids adieu to Cambodia

Outgoing UN human rights envoy says Kingdom now at critical point but has ‘come a long way’

This month 20 years ago...

1995-01-27 07:00
The Malaysian business connection
1995-01-13 07:00
Forest given to local management
1995-01-27 07:00
On The Town
1995-01-27 07:00
Entire district flees rebel onslaught
1995-01-27 07:00
Eyetests planned for children
1995-01-27 07:00
Sold to a brothel - too many stories to tell