As a child, Seng Rithy would squeeze onto his parents’ motorbike, competing with heaps of belongings for space, and hold on as the underpowered machine attempted to keep a straight line.
While a tropical climate enables farmers to enjoy plenty of crops, it can be a curse when the fruits of their labour rot in the humidity before they make it to market.
Growing up as a farmer in Kampong Thom province, Lon Sophea often heard villagers complaining about how their chickens were producing fewer chicks.
Amazon on Tuesday introduced a smart grocery cart that will let shoppers skip checkout queues.
As the world struggles to reduce plastic consumption, a Cambodian social entrepreneur is working hard to upgrade his methods of turning plastic waste into ecological construction material.
A French designer in Cambodia has produced ecological face masks from lotus fibre to supply local and international markets with an eye on preserving ancestral techniques and supporting Cambodian women in rural communities.
While Cambodians join the world in facing the Covid-19 threat and the shortage of fresh groceries and boredom of home confinement, one agriculturist is encouraging people to try growing plants and vegetables at home as a healthy hob
Two years ago, Puthvibol Vathana witnessed a traffic accident on a street in Phnom Penh. He helped the victim to safety but could only wait in horrible suspense for an ambulance to arrive.
He may be silent and his moves mechanical but he can pull you a pint without the slightest concern about contamination – meet Beer Cart, the robotic barman serving beer in Seville.
Watching from afar as much of the world was brought to its knees by the coronavirus, African scientists, engineers and innovators have turned to home-grown solutions to prepare for the worst case scenario.