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Trail World Championship a ‘once in a lifetime’ experience for Hongkongers representing Cambodia, Ireland...
Mat Leng, Bryan McFlynn and Bogdan Onyschenko are surprised by the technical course in Portugal. Leng ‘had a blast’ shining a light on Cambodia’s running potential and is happy to see sponsors are already reaching out.
A group of elderly villagers in northern Cambodia have formed a forest patrol to fend off illegal loggers and make up for what they consider government inaction on the issue.
Demand for housing pushes rental yield in Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh to 8 to 10 per cent. But market observers warn of ‘oversaturation in the high-end segment’ that could depress prices.
For decades Chinese migrants have sought refuge from upheavals at home by building new lives and businesses across Southeast Asia.
Dymey-Cambo was a little-known rapper in Cambodia until his song was shared on Facebook by Cambodian opposition-leader-in-exile Sam Rainsy.
Millions of pigs have been slaughtered across Asia as African swine fever spreads since the first outbreak of the disease was reported in August 2018 in northeastern China – the world’s largest pork producer and consumer.
Apparent threat in online clip to take control of Sihanoukville alarmed local authorities.
Customs officers at Hong Kong International Airport found bags of suspected drugs wrapped around their bodies.
US president sent shock waves through global markets when he announced the 10 per cent levy on US$200 billion of Chinese goods would increase to 25 per cent.
Communist Gunnar Bergstrom visited Cambodia in 1978 at the tail end of its rule, after being inspired by the Khmer Rouge’s vision of utopia.
The state counsellor’s trip underlines the similarities between two nations isolated from the international community over human rights abuses. Naypyidaw and Phnom Penh are also seen as loyal to Beijing, a position that has hampered the Southeast Asian bloc’s effectiveness.
The Southeast Asian nation signed at least nine deals with China last week on the sidelines of the second Belt and Road Forum. These investments have seen growing anti-Chinese sentiment, and some analysts say it is likely political obedience to China will include military access.
Trail World Championships: Hongkongers represent Cambodia, Ireland and Ukraine, as Leng finds sense of...
Mat Leng believed he did not belong growing up in France, but now feels at home after travelling to his father’s native Cambodia.
Beijing’s global infrastructure drive will be in the spotlight this week when dozens of heads of state converge on the Chinese capital for the second Belt and Road Summit.
Men said strangers offered a free trip to Cambodia and HK$25,000 in cash. Sentences to be handed down on May 7.
Kirirom National Park, with its high elevation, lower temperatures and sun-kissed pine forests, is quite the contrast to the rest of Cambodia.
Water fights, processions, traditional dishes, games and dancing – where to join in the solar New Year fun in three countries in Southeast Asia.
From sunsets in Koh Rong Samloem, Cambodia, to Yakushima in Japan and its magical forests, adventurous travellers can still discover serenity.
Rather than sing love ballads as others in her country do, Sochetra Vartey writes lyrics about issues such as domestic violence and poverty.
‘The blasts aimed at paving the way for big vessels would affect people’s way of life and also fish in the river,’ said Foreign Minister Don Pramudwinai.