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US Ambassador to the Kingdom of Cambodia William E Todd
Fri, 4 July 2014

Letter from the Ambassador

Amidst the celebratory fireworks and backyard barbecues, the Fourth of July is an opportunity for Americans to reflect on the value of independence and a democratic system of government.

CamEd’s team of lecturers, who hail from academic institutions all over the world.
Fri, 4 July 2014

Chartering a course in numbers

Casey Barnett, who is now president of CamEd Business School,came to Cambodia in 1999 from New York with the intention of working abroad for a couple of years, and then returning to the United States to do a post-graduate degree.

Minister of Education, Youth and Sports, Dr Hang ChounNaron (centre left) and USAID Mission Director Rebecca Black (centre) meet with students at Anuwat Primary and Lower Secondary School in Kampong Cham province. With the support of USAID’s Improved Basic Education in Cambodia (IBEC) project, students in more than 200 schools across Cambodia are using the newest technology to learn.
Fri, 4 July 2014

USAID in Cambodia – a history of partnership



Currently situated in the heart of the leafy BKK1 area, Sunrise Tacos is looking to expand, both in Phnom Penh and elsewhere, such as Sihanoukville and Siem Reap.
Fri, 4 July 2014

Sunrise Tacos: Tex-Mex in the heart of fashionable BKK1

James Thomas flew from Phoenix, Arizona, and arrived in Phnom Penh on June 19 to take over the management of Sunrise Tacos.

In just seven months, Brooklyn has put itself on the Phnom Penh map.
Fri, 4 July 2014

Brooklyn Pizza + Bistro

Jay Miller hails from the New York City borough of Brooklyn and describes himself as “someone who grew up in the food business”, making him the perfect candidate to own and oversee Phnom Penh’s first New York-style pizza operation.

July 4 revellers can expect live music and a poolside BBQ.
Fri, 4 July 2014

The capital’s Sundance kid

Harold Unland, 47, a native of Brownsville, Texas, had everything packed in containers and was ready to move back home after a seven-year stay in Bangkok, when he discovered Cambodia.

Last year’s July 4 celebrations at Lone Star Saloon.
Fri, 4 July 2014

A touch of Texas in Phnom Penh

After several years of travelling around South America, Greg Hill, 47, did a four-country tour of Southeast Asia that included a month in Cambodia.

“I couldn’t keep away,” he says.

Fri, 6 June 2014

Telecoms in Cambodia

Talk to anyone in Cambodia’s telecommunications service provider (TSP) industry and they’ll admit that it has been a fierce fight to get to where they are now.

Fri, 6 June 2014

Smart: The volume game

As prices go down for consumers, investments go up for mobile telecom providers

Thomas Hundt, CEO of SmartAxiata Co, Ltd, calls the telecoms industry a “volume game”.

Cellcard CEO Ian Watson says his company is strengthening its brand differentiation that go beyond the ordinary.
Fri, 6 June 2014

Cellcard: Redefining value for a leading market position

One of Cambodia’s ‘big three’ mobile providers, Cellcard is enticing subscribers in a crowded, competitive market with added-value offerings that differentiate the company from its competitors

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