Backed by a rising middle-class in a population of over two million, Phnom Penh has seen steady growth in the demand for household services.
A packed bus approaches Checkpoint Charlie, the Cold War’s most famous border crossing, as grim-faced East German guards whisper among themselves about whether to hold you for questioning.
Sometimes life really can be a rat race.
A team of four Paragon International University sophomores has developed a platform to rent dresses, suits, and traditional outfits for the lower-income group to access a variety of fashion.
When he first arrived in 2014, Japanese-American entrepreneur Kai Kuramoto heard tourists say that Cambodia is a beautiful country, but they were frustrated by the rubbish littering the streets.
Tech Girls Cambodia is a team of five young women who scooped first prize at Technovation Cambodia last year after developing the E-Lab app to help high school students practice science experiments at home.
Coding Cats, an early-stage digital education programme jointly operated by Saturday Kids Singapore and Raintree Cambodia, is helping local students discover their potential and creativity through the process of learning to code.
One minute you’re in Saraboth Ea’s Phnom Penh living room and the next you could be exploring the wonders of the cosmos through a virtual reality (VR) headset.
Technology firm ArrowDot have announced their latest device FireDot is now available to the public, alerting home owners and those who in charge of buildings and factories to possible fire damage via a fire alarm-linked app.
The creation of five girls aged 13 and 14, LiterTree is a team dedicated to one sole purpose – the preservation of Khmer poetry, which is at risk of being forgotten due to four decades of neglect following the killing of artists and