As the United States of America celebrates its independence day today, Post Plus highlights some of the U.S.’ most notable contributions to the Kingdom of Cambodia within the past year.
For many expats, Cambodia is no more than another country to be ticked off the list of places to spend two years before moving on to the next posting. But that’s not the case for archaeologist Dr. Alison Carter.
Overshadowed by the big guns of mobile telecoms technology, internet service providers, and the smartphone industry, the start-up market for digital innovation was barely more than a haltingly growing seedling.
Pen Pech Panhchakpor made her parents very proud when she was recently announced the 2015-2016 outstanding student of year at Abundant Life International School (ALIS) by principal Dr Susan Beninate.
William E. Todd,United States Ambassador to the Kingdom of Cambodia
As the number of young people pursuing science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) career pathways continues to lag, a number of education programs are aiming to engage youth with STEM opportunities.
In a library corner in Pannasastra University, books about American culture and English language are stacked up for the Cambodian public.
The strength, cleverness, wisdom and judgment of students at American Intercon School are the result of the quality of the diverse educational program, which has “combined the basics of American education system with the basics of t
Whenever there was a reception around Phnom Penh for military officers, at Raffles or Sofitel, for national days or anniversaries, US defence attaché Colonel Mark Gillette was often seen in his US Army uniform, meeting with the othe
What had been called The American Cambodian Business Council has been officially name-changed to the American Chamber of Commerce in Cambodia, according to Amcham Chairman Bretton Sciaroni.