Written by Nhok Them in 1936, Kolab Pailin is about an orphan boy named Chao Chet who worked for a rich family at the gem mine in the northern province of Pailin where he falls in love with his boss’ daughter.
Sitting in her bright and airy 17th floor office, Rithya Menon, Okra Smart Solar’s lead firmware engineer, checks the frequently updating data telling her everything about how well their community services are operating.
Durable shoes made from old car tyres became the distinctive style of the Khmer Rouge regime four decades ago.
Lead motion graphic designer Song Hem Kiry sits composing footage, frame by frame, in his office at burgeoning start-up Rounh Creative Studio.
A team of 8th grade students successfully breathed new life into a completely broken drone, refurbishing it so that it was able to fly for over 20 minutes in recent exhibition at the First Air and Tech Show at the Royal Cambodian Ai
Eleven years ago, at roughly this time of the year, Dutch-Cambodian man Lim Chhay Lem took a leap of faith, leaving his home in the Netherlands for his ancestral homeland in Cambodia, a country of which he had virtually no experienc
In a studio in Sen Sok district’s Phnom Penh Thmey commune, a team of six aspiring young digital artists work diligently on their desktops while Yok Chivalry walks around observing, ready to give advice and technical support.
Connecting the island of Koh Paen to Kampong Cham city in Kampong Cham province is a giant 779m concrete bridge, opened in March last year, able to carry loads of 20 to 30 tonnes across the Mekong river.
NOT antiplastic, just antiexcessive waste.
Cambodia is set to become the second destination for Singapore’s up and coming ride-hailing service aiming to unseat the region’s main contenders Pass App and Grab through its cheaper fares and novel business model.