One year after Easter pardons, Cambodian refugees find fragile stability

Ex-California Gov. Jerry Brown granted more than 1,000 pardons, several of them to Cambodian refugees facing deportation after criminal convictions.

Brother Rice robotics students design and build functioning prosthetic hands for Cambodian teen

Brother Rice High School in Mount Greenwood prides itself on promoting STEM and service in its classrooms.

Reporters Without Borders Says Cambodia Media Freedoms Plummeted in 2018

At least 14 journalists have been killed in Cambodia since 1992, according to Reporters Without Borders.

Loss of Life as Traffic Deaths Mount Prompts Renewed Debate Over Safety, Access to...

Traffic accidents cost Cambodia $350 million a year, according to officials.

Opposition Leader Sam Rainsy Urges Cambodian Diaspora to ‘Inspire Change’ Back Home

Cambodia’s opposition leader Sam Rainsy on Friday called on the Cambodian diaspora in Asia to “inspire” those back home to “stand up and make...

Cambodia to Arizona: Bo Dul’s extraordinary journey to democracy

Sambo “Bo” Dul wasn’t born in a democracy. Her father gave his life to smuggle her and her family out of Cambodia following the Khmer Rouge genocide. Thirty-five years later, she’s a crucial cog in Arizona’s elections.

Cambodia hires Brownstein Hyatt

The government of Cambodia has hired Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck to lobby on its behalf in Washington.

China’s healthier growth gives positive sign for Cambodian economy: academic

China's rosier growth in the first quarter (Q1) of this year has given a positive sign for Cambodia's economic growth, a Cambodian academic said on Saturday.

China-proposed BRI aligns well with Cambodia’s Rectangular Strategy: Cambodian commerce official

China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) aligns well with the Cambodian government's Rectangular Strategy Phase IV, a Cambodian commerce official has said.

NagaCorp doubles down with $3.5bn casino plan in Cambodia

Share price down around 10% since announcement as analysts voice cost concerns.

Second Generation Survivors Of The Khmer Rouge Genocide Shatter Its Silence in ArtsEmerson’s SEE...

On the heels of Cambodian New Year, ArtsEmerson is honored to welcome See You Yesterday, a moving performance by Global Arts Corps which explores the painful history of the Khmer Rouge genocide in Cambodia.

China allies with overseas governments to protect cultural heritage of humanity

Walking into the famous Ta Keo Temple in Cambodia, visitors may notice that some parts of the temple are covered by protective nets and scaffolds.

Discovering Authentic Khmer Cuisine In Siem Reap

A writer turns her back on the commercial lanes of Cambodia and finds a bowl of the most delicious Khmer noodles.

China-built hydropower project in Cambodia Guarantees the way home for fish

In early April in Sesan District of Stung Treng Province, Cambodia, the reservoir of Lower Sesan 2 Hydropower Station was sparkling with water merging with the azure sky.

Rare giant soft-shell turtle released into the wild

This is the Cantor’s giant soft-shell turtle. It’s an extremely rare species in Cambodia that can grow to be the size of a small sofa and live for more than a century.

Protected status secured for Cambodia’s Stung Sen wetlands

Thanks to the work of BirdLife International Cambodia Programme, the rich and biologically diverse Stung Sen wetland has been designated as a Wetland of International Importance under the Ramsar Convention, protecting the habitat of important species such as the Lesser Adjutant.

Orphans in Cambodia taught Norwich City’s ‘On the Ball City’ anthem

A group of Cambodian orphans have demonstrated Norwich City’s global appeal after they were taught the words to the club’s famed anthem.

Asia’s first-round aspirants in focus

12 Asian nations will open global 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying in June. This week’s draw set up six two-legged ties. All Round 1 competing nations previewed.

Pakistan players hope to play World Cup qualifier against Cambodia

The players are hoping to play. But even after the draw, there remain huge doubts whether they will be able to play. If they aren’t, Pakistan will go out of the race for the 2022 FIFA World Cup and the 2023 AFC Asian Cup without even kicking a ball.

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