While industrial robots have become a common sight in factories across eastern China, the country’s agriculture sector is seen by some as a place where few technologies can take root,
Not far from what is affectionately known as the “Stinky River” or “Tonle Crap”, the Boeung Trabek sewage canal notoriously choking with plastic rubbish, Sandy Kotan and her team at Only One Planet are working to wean people off sin
Seeing farmers spend most of their time on their rice fields and plantations inspired a team of students to create a device that will help lessen their time working and bring them closer to their family.
A team of 14 young people from Cambodia have spent more than a year investing their knowledge, skills and resources into making what is likely the Kingdom’s first locally made humanoid.
Among 10 other students in a classroom, Samlot Rina and Rith Sokhaneath smile as their two-wheeled toy car runs smoothly via remote control, after they spent 30 minutes installing small parts under their teacher’s instruction.
“DO YOU ever lie to your friends?,” Jam asks, popping up in a private message box at the bottom of your screen.
Cutting corners, rampant phone use, speeding and driving through red lights – these are just some of the reasons why driving in Phnom Penh can often feel like a city-wide game of dodgems.
It may seem an unlikely location, but down a nondescript alley surrounded by residential units in Phnom Penh’s Tuol Kork district is a robotics company which is aiming to change the world.
For more adventurous types, there is no greater pleasure than simply pitching a tent on a hill or in the jungle and staying the night, at one with the rugged surroundings of nature.
A former credit officer from Prey Veng province is attracting customers with his creativity as he turns old car tyres into furniture, colourful garden decorations and playground equipment.