JT International (Cambodia) Co., Ltd. congratulates Japan and Cambodia on the 65th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations, and wishes the two countries and its people continued unity, prosperity and success.
Some 1,500 Japanese companies have registered in Cambodia since JETRO established its Phnom Penh office in 2010.
Reflections on Cambodia and Japan relations by Ambassador Pou Sothirak, Executive Director of the Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace and Former Cambodian Ambassador to Japan (2005-2008) and recipient of the Order
Chum Reap Suo!
Sunrise Japan Hospital Phnom Penh has expanded emergency services and added a new pediatrics wing.
For decades the books and textbooks essential for a good education have been scarce in Cambodia, and the available materials lacking in many aspects.
It is commonly accepted that the earlier one learns a second language the easier it is to master. But is it ever too early for children to receiving language lessons in a classroom?
For years NGOs and commune councils have been providing pre-school and kindergarten education to young children in impoverished rural areas.
The Ministry of Education has set the mandatory age for school enrolment at 6, yet many Cambodian parents are starting to send their children to school at a much earlier age.
Little Kingdoms School, a nursery and preschool backed by one of Cambodia’s most prestigious educational organisations, MJQE, will open its doors in March, welcoming children from ages two to five.
With a strong sense of shared culture and a desire to bring high-tech connectivity to the Cambodian people, SingMeng Telemedia is the only Multimedia Service Operator (M.S.O) to provide a whole service based on the “Triple Play” sol