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Cambodia, Singapore to ‘move on’ from Lee remarks storm

Cambodia, Singapore and Vietnam have agreed to move on from the controversy caused by remarks from Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and follow the path of cooperation, dialogue and friendship.

Cambodia’s digital-hospital system launched

The Ministry of Health formally launched the Kingdom’s first digital hospital service, using the new Peth Yoeung system, on Thursday at Preah Ang Duong Hospital in Phnom Penh following a successful one-month trial.

Cambodia’s mine dog heroes honoured

On Friday, the Cambodian Mine Action Centre (CMAC) will celebrate the heroism of mine detection dogs that help speed up the painstaking task and ease the difficulties faced by demining agents.

EU visit: Workers, unions and politicians express EBA fears

Workers, union leaders and politicians have expressed fear over the consequences of losing access to the EU’s “Everything But Arms” (EBA) agreement – something analysts have described as “manageable”.

Cambodia is set to export edible bird’s nest to China

With its edible bird’s nest business showing a steady increase, Cambodia's official exports to China are expected to begin soon, the Cambodia Bird’s Nest Federation president Nang Sothy said.

Battambang Muslims urged to back CPP

Minister of Interior Sar Kheng on Sunday called on Muslims in Battambang province to continue supporting the ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) at the 2022 commune council elections and the following year’s national elections.

First Decathlon tennis events held in Phnom Penh

The National Tennis Center at the Cambodian Country Club has seen its fill of tennis players over the last two weeks as the venue for the new Decathlon Junior & Open 2019 Series.

It’s a man’s world: The women cracking Cambodia’s IT sector

A classroom full of young men and women sit concentrating on their laptop screens, sitting in a U-shape configuration facing the wall, occasionally turning their heads to look at the white board explaining basic instructions and IT terms.

European delegation set to arrive for week-long EBA talks

A fact-finding team from the European Commission and the European External Action Service begins week-long talks in Cambodia on Monday regarding the bloc’s “Everything But Arms” (EBA) agreement.

‘Kingdom must prepare for new wave of Chinese’

Cambodia needs to be better prepared to attract and accommodate a new type of Chinese tourist, said Hamburg, Germany-based China Outbound Tourism Research Institute (Cotri).

Seized ivory to be displayed

The Ministry of Environment is looking at places to display seized elephant ivory and other illegal exotic items to highlight the “brutality” of people, despite international conservation organisation Wildlife Alliance calling for them to be destroyed.

Hun Sen cites ‘complex challenges’ at Future of Asia conference in Tokyo

Prime Minister Hun Sen said Cambodia is ready to contribute to promoting globalisation and a rule-based free trade system aimed at providing fair benefits for all.

Gov’t allows VoA to open a representative bureau

The Ministry of Information agreed in principle on Thursday to allow Voice of America (VoA) to open its representative office in Cambodia.

Chinese arrested for entering with $855K

A Chinese welder, 48, who is suspected of attempting to launder money was arrested by Phnom Penh municipal authorities on Wednesday night after he was found entering Cambodia with $855,000.

The restauranteur keen to share Mongolian food with compatriots

Despite both being Asian nations located in the Far East, there is little cultural overlap between Cambodia and Mongolia.

Tennis serving Cambodians with US education

Chheang Vannasak was born and raised in Phnom Penh. The a son of a true tennis lover, Chheang Sowann, he grew up with the sport and went on to become a standout junior player for Tennis Cambodia, ending his junior career as the No1 junior player in the country.

Thailand sole supplier of pigs

The ban on importing pigs from Vietnam due to an outbreak of African swine fever has made Thailand the sole supplier of the animal to Cambodia, the head of a livestock association told The Post on Wednesday.

NGO says 60% of three to five-year-olds not schooled

Sixty per cent of Cambodian children aged between three and five are not registered in any kind of formal education, a global Save the Children report released on Wednesday said.

Cambodia’s once deserted beach turning into popular tourist attraction

With its long white sand beach and wooden bridge leading to a straw hut above the water, Ta Barang (translated as French grandpa) is a private beach that has experienced almost overnight success after thousands of Facebook users shared photos of it.

Cambodian exports to US surpass $1B in Q1 for first time

Cambodian exports to the US have seen a strong expansion this year, surpassing $1 billion in the first quarter for the first time, thanks largely to a boost in travel goods exports.