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2 Chinese tourists die in car crash in NW Cambodia: police

Two Chinese tourists had died in a car crash in northwestern Cambodia's Banteay Meanchey province, a local traffic police chief said on Wednesday.

Kingdom’s phone users express Huawei concern

Huawei smartphone users and distributors in Cambodia have expressed concern following news of US tech giant Google severing ties with the Chinese telecoms and electronics manufacturer and partially cutting off their devices from its Android operating system.

Chinese netizens called for spoof video should not affect China-Cambodia ties

Chinese netizens called for an earlier widely shared video of  some Chinese people faking as mafia in Cambodia and threatened to disturb local security, should not be an obstacle to disturb the normal development of China-Cambodia relations. 

Cambodia-China Journalist Association Launched to Promote ‘Positive News’

The initiative, supported by both governments, marks another step toward replacing Cambodia’s once free press with China’s model of information, media experts say.

String of Pearls Redux: China, India and a Cambodian Base

China is constructing a tourist resort at Koh Kong, on the Cambodian coast. Given its previous history of such projects, the resort could, in the future, provide China with a dual-use facility.

Archeologists find ancient phallic statue

An archeological team has found a metre-long tipless stone linga (penis) of the Hindu deity Shiva in the foundations of a temple in Kratie province’s historical Samphu Borak area, a former capital of the pre-Angkor Empire Chenla period.

The foundation aiming to preserve the Kingdom’s elephant heritage

From ancient carvings and statues in magnificent temples, to popular folk legends, elephants have long been a part of Cambodia’s culture and traditions.

Swedish Ambassador attended first screening of “Jungle Guard”

Maria Sargren, Ambassador of Sweden to Cambodia visited the premiere screening of the documentary film “Jungle Guard” taking place on Monday, May 20 2019 at Wat Langka, a temple locating in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Rapper deletes song critical of Cambodian social issues

A young musician has deleted from Facebook and YouTube a rap song that was critical of Cambodia’s social issues and announced that he will stop singing the song after officials visited his home in Siem Reap province and allegedly gave him a warning.

Cambodia and the Issue of China’s Debt Trap

China’s debt trap, also called debt-trap diplomacy, is a topic of significant interest which has gained increasing attention in recent years.

Cambodia: Giving back to UN peacekeeping

It’s an overcast morning, in South Sudan’s capital Juba, and growling thunder announces the start of some light rain. Standing in the drizzle in his military police uniform, is Colonel Channy Vongvannak, the commander of the Cambodian Force Military Police at the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS).

Same-sex discrimination declines

The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR) released a report on Friday which showed that discrimination against same-sex partners in communities has decreased, but they lack major legal protections.

Shocking report exposes sexual abuse, forced marriages and trafficking along China’s borders

Thousands of North Korean women and girls are being forced into marriage and prostitution and subjected to sadistic abuse by trafficking gangs running a multimillion-dollar illicit sex industry in China.

5 die in poisonous water incidents in Cambodia

A local police officer declared that five villagers have died as another 18 were rushed to hospitals in eastern Cambodia's Kratie province after consuming polluted water

In The Face of Struggle, She Fought Back

Some say life can change in a matter of moments. In 2017, Jasmine Kong learned that firsthand.

China Focus: Ancient Chinese woodcraft master inspires int’l vocational training cooperation 

San Veasna, 23, a teacher from Cambodia Luban Workshop teaching communication engineering, has the Chinese name "Long," which means dragon.

Kiwi man dies in Cambodia after suffering a heart attack

The body of a New Zealand man has been found in a hotel room in Cambodia.

First time in Siem Reap, what to expect

Traveling around Southeast Asia is not complete without visiting the magnificent Angkor Wat temple in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Angkor Wat has become the national symbol of Cambodia.

ASEAN’s paedophiles are tech savvy

Southeast Asia is in the grip of a fresh surge of paedophile activity with predators orchestrating and watching abuse on live-streaming sites and via webcams, and paying for it with near-untraceable cryptocurrency, victims and children's charities warn. 

Almost 87 pct of Cambodians use internet: report

About 14.1 million, or 86.7 percent, out of Cambodia's 16.2 million people have now access to the internet, according to a report issued by the country's Telecommunication Regulator on Saturday.

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Cambodian PM to pay working visit to Japan next week

Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen will pay a working visit to Japan from May 29 to 31, according to a foreign ministry's statement on Saturday.