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  • Kingdom’s filmmakers given chance to shine in UK gov’t film competition

    Cambodian filmmakers have the chance to showcase their educational films as part of the first Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Initiative (PSVI) film competition. The UK government’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), with the support of the Royal Television Society, has launched the competition for filmmakers from all countries around the globe.

  • Canadian apparel retailer Reitman’s to expand order of garments from Kingdom

    Canada's largest women’s apparel retailer Reitman’s will expand its garment order from Cambodia for the 2019-2020 period which will be worth up to $91 million, said the Ministry of Commerce. The decision was revealed by the retailer’s global sourcing consultant Gary Ross during a meeting with Ministry of Commerce secretary of state Ok Boung last week.

Facebook’s Libra prospects fade but gains likely for cryptocurrencies

Facebook’S planned global digital coin Libra has run into a wall of opposition in Washington that could prevent its launch as envisioned, but analysts say cryptocurrencies are...

Focus on empowering young minds

With the support of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and various other non-governmental bodies, Cambodia is moving towards 100 per cent...

Keeper denies City as Wolves win Asia Trophy

Goalkeeper Rui Patricio was the hero for Wolves picking himself off the turf to save three spot-kicks after their Asia Trophy final against Manchester City went to penalties on...

Bastille Day and the global populist uprising

July 14 is celebrated in France as Bastille Day, on which day 230 years ago, French peasants stormed the Bastille prison in Paris and sparked off the French Revolution.

Yeay Mao: The rocky beach with own underground water source

Though lacking the white sand of its popular neighbour Ta Barang beach, Yeay Mao (meaning grandmother in Khmer) beach has its own unique character.