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If you don’t know why you are doing something, chances are high you will do it halfheartedly at best.

On par with the students: Paula Baxter, Elementary School Principal at International School Phnom Penh, takes a break in the playground.
Fri, 19 September 2014

The International Baccalaureate diploma and a fresh approach to education

The International Baccalaureate Organization’s high school diploma program is the fastest growing of its kind in the world, with currently some one million students in 3,500 schools throughout 145 countries studying for it.

Celebrating Canada Day with a choreographed dancing performance for the parents
Fri, 19 September 2014

Welcome to the Learning Jungle

A new way of looking at early childhood education that allows the teacher to step back and the student to step up has come to the Kingdom via Learning Jungle International School.

CamEd students pose for a photo on a camping trip to Ream National Park, Sihanoukville
Fri, 19 September 2014

CamEd Business School teaches more than numbers

The education market in Phnom Penh has exploded in recent years, with courses in everything from engineering and business to language and medicine.

A boy enjoys jumping on around on the carpet in his class during their noon time nap
Fri, 19 September 2014

At Nira children of all nations become friends because they can communicate in English

In the education business, some investors care for more than just making money: At Nira International School investors also care for human-capacity building and social community development.

From left to right: Aldwin Tay, president of the College of Higher Education
Fri, 19 September 2014

British higher education opportunities in Cambodia

Just this week, four British universities were ranked among the top six in the world by the acclaimed QS World University Rankings. Of course this makes British higher education an export hit, even in Cambodia.

CEO (centre in blue suit), the management team and staff of Tri Asia Group
Sat, 30 August 2014

For young Japanese entrepreneurs, the Kingdom is a place where dreams can become a reality

Japanese business investors have increasingly turned to Cambodia in the past few years, but the influx has been particularly noticeable in 2014, with firms popping up all over Phnom Penh.

70 ‘Dream Girls’ who made it into the design contest final celebrate their success. One of them later won $1,000.
Sat, 30 August 2014

Wakana Nukui’s DREAM for Kingdom’s young women was years in the making

When Japanese businesswoman Wakana Nukui speaks, her voice wavers lowly and sonorously like the deep C string of an old cello.

Kizuna Street currently occupies a small strip of Street 63 between Mao Tse Tung Boulevard and Street 426, but Japanese influence spreads organically
Sat, 30 August 2014

Founding Japanese Town with HUGS on BKK’s Kizuna Street

While Japan has knowingly topped the list of bilateral donors to Cambodia over the past two decades, Japanese private investment is low compared to FDI list leaders China and South Korea.

Sat, 30 August 2014

For Japanese firms launching in Kingdom, a helping hand

When Tanzaki Taro first arrived in Phnom Penh, the first thing he noticed was the ageing airport. It was in 1997, and Taro had taken two years off his university studies to volunteer at the Japanese Embassy in Cambodia.