All events take place at the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center. THURSDAY, 22 FEBRUARY Opening ceremony Khmer traditional dance, jsr, Gagaku, Bati-Holic AK Hall 18:30 -20:00 FRIDAY, 23 FEBRUARY
Australia Day is an occasion to celebrate the best of Australia, and what it means to be an Australian. We celebrate our history, our heritage, and the values and institutions that underpin contemporary Australia.
Australia Migration Agents (AMA) does only one thing, and it does it well. For 27 years the multinational company has built its reputation on helping its clients procure Australian visas successfully.
The Australian International School of Phnom Penh (AISPP) is delighted and proud to celebrate Australia Day, which is marked every January 26 and falls on a Friday this year.
Cambodian youth see Australia as a top destination for post-secondary study owing to its affordable and high quality education system, as well as support for students from developing countries.
IDP Education is a world leader in student placement services and English language training.
More than 13,000 poor families and over 81,000 individuals in rural Cambodia have access to hygienic latrines and piped water to their homes under an Australian-funded initiative aimed at improving the health and quality of life of
Australia has been investing in Cambodia’s agricultural productivity for more than 30 years.
Developers are using Tonle Bassac as a canvas to showcase some of the most ambitious commercial and residential projects in the country.
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.