Cambodia’s mental health care program took a significant step forward Friday with the first-ever graduation of locally trained psychiatrists.
Sok Heng is 7 years old, an AIDS patient and an orphan. Although it is unknown how she contracted the disease, her family kicked her out of the home because they fear and misunderstand her sickness.
Following weeks of international diplomacy, government and resistance forces agreed on Friday to a ceasefire, officials said.
he difference in cultures was obvious when three gregarious French musicians came bounding up the stairs toward a small group of Khmer musicians, showering them with bear hugs and kisses on both cheeks.
Don’t give people a watch for their birthday, because it reminds them that life is short. Don’t talk about “loving” in front of a woman. And don’t talk about Vietnam.
poey commune, Ratanakkiri province – In November, the sound of chainsaws in a nearby “spirit” forest upset a farmer in this usually tranquil Kreung hill-tribe community.
The government has decided to terminate a pre-shipment inspection contract with a Swiss firm and has started searching for another contractor.
Running down the middle of Mak Sitha’s newly renovated fashion boutique in Phnom Penh is a crack that is splitting her floor tiles in two. Yesterday, part of that floor at Lady Penh Designs began to cave into the ground.
With emotions beginning to settle after Monday’s verdict in the Duch trial, civil party lawyers yesterday expressed regret at the quiet departure of the Khmer Rouge tribunal’s outreach coordinator for victims.
With tourism on the rise, officials are looking for ways to maximize profits: safety, infrastructure—and a slogan. Some 60 officials with vested interest in tourism put their heads together Monday to compare notes for the first half of 1999 at a semi-annual tourism conference.