The expedient conviction of Aung San Suu Kyi is an opportunity for Asean to show that its recently drafted charter on human rights is worth more than the paper it is printed on
Cambodia could transform its physical and economic health at a stroke by improving its vegetable production
Tony Fernandes is one of the region’s most unconventional executives – but also one of it’s most successful. How does this unlikeliest of entrepreneurs keep proving the sceptics wrong?
Media choices in Cambodia
Vietnam’s nationwide outbreak of motomania is coming to a sudden halt as households start to combat rising food and fuel prices by choosing alternative forms of transport
As a crucial link in the trans-Asian network and a viable alternative to road transport, Cambodia’s neglected railways are ready for renewal.
After a tumultuous political career, Cambodia’s former prime minister Pen Sovannhas no plans to leave behind the scene he has loved for more than five decades.
Morm Thida was born in 1991 in Phnom Penh. She lives with her four brothers, three sisters and her widowed mother. She is one of Phnom Penh’s few female moto-taxi drivers, or motodops as they are referred to locally. She usually works during the evening on the lakeside (Street 93)
U-Care is a byword amongst westerners looking for a good pharmacy, now Cambodians are also learning the hidden value of quality health products.
Verdict: a getaway within the city. Great Thai food served in a unique setting Le Lys is well known as a quiet retreat for a romantic outing or a game of petanque. It recently relocated to Sathorn and was followed across town by its loyal clientele. They have not been disappointed. Food is served up [...]
Choosing a wine to complement the pungency of southeast Asian cuisine is more than simply a matter of red or white.
As the top people’s game and a possible tourism money spinner, foreign investorsare turning Cambodia’s rice paddies into golf courses in search of local treasures.