Twin sisters Chiea Sieang Ee and Chiea Seang Eng used to wake up to only leftover rice for breakfast.
Residents of two communes in Kampong Cham province have grown tired of spending their money to pump water from a faraway lake, which requires them to travel long distances and pay fees at each pumping station.
With only her right hand to balance her bike, Chhoy Nareth powers with both legs to reach her goal of 60km while training with her male cyclists.
The first Cambodian Wildlife Photo and Film Festival – an event celebrating the conservation of nature through the eyes of wildlife photographers, nature enthusiasts and conservation experts – is scheduled for July 18-26 at Fauna in
It is common for players to race toward the goal, pulling, pushing and shuffling opponents to the ground in a football match.
It was early April this year when AusCam Freedom Project (AFP) started the Emergency Response programme, which is used as a vehicle to distribute urgent relief packages of basic food and medical supplies in light of the Covid-19 pan
As children with hearing disabilities face many challenges in terms of communication and have specific educational needs, Krousar Thmey has utilised technology to create a mobile learning app as a resource for disadvantaged children
Some people may feel bored, stressful, isolated or even irritated when they are advised to stay home.
With the Covid-19 pandemic now affecting Cambodia, many business establishments have had to close temporarily to stave off the disease from spreading in the Kingdom.
Some 14 years ago, Sue Guiney visited Cambodia for the first time and it changed her life. She has gone on to write novels based in the Kingdom. She then started her mission to give back to the country that inspired her so much.