Dr. Ingo Karsten, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to the Kingdom of Cambodia, reflects on the two nations’ relations on this German Unity Day.
“Fear is inevitable at first”, says tour guide Soeun Chamnan. He’s recalling the experience of shepherding a group of well-built, long-nosed, white-skinned foreigners around for the first time.
Innovation in the supply chain industry
Germany’s international development organization, the GesellschaftfürInternationale Zusamenarbeit (GIZ), plays an active role in promoting reconciliation, social justice, sustainability, and good governance in Cambodia.
Having opening its doors last October, Hops is Cambodia’s first “biergarten” using imported hops to brew German-style beer.
It’s more than a century and a half since German antiquarian Adolf Bastian identified the Hindu roots of the Angkor civilisation in 1863.
The Inros Lackner SE of Germany proudly looks back on 80 years as engineering service provider in Southeast Asia. Founded in 1936, Prof. Dr.
The German-Cambodian Cultural Centre, better known as the Meta House, is Germany’s “cultural embassy” in Cambodia.
Getting your goods in and out of Cambodia can be a trying process.
Driving in Phnom Penh, it’s hard not to notice all the large, gas-guzzling SUVs clogging the roadways fromToul Kourk to Boeung Keng Kang.
Having died at the age of 82 in 1832, Goethe’s prolific life has had an incomparable influence on German literature, culture and language.