Som Narath likes to spend his spare time studying art.
It is nearly lunch time when seven Khmer tuk-tuks, each loaded with seven to eight children, arrive at a restaurant which has provided free meals for nearly a decade to unfortunate youngsters.
Wearing yellow t-shirts featuring a Cambodian flag on the right sleeve and a Japanese flag on the left, a group of pre-school students pick up a wooden abacus and start simple calculations based on the instructions of their Japanese
Chhay Areng Valley is not only known as an ecotourism destination attracting local and international visitors, it is also a place with a rich ethnic minority arts and culture heritage.
A social media campaign created by Siem Reap-based NGO This Life Cambodia to tackle domestic violence is gaining international recognition having just won the Best Social Media Campaign of the Year award at the Not-For-Profit Techno
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
From ancient carvings and statues in magnificent temples, to popular folk legends, elephants have long been a part of Cambodia’s culture and traditions.
ICF Cambodia’s founder is Swiss native ND Strupler. He tells The Post he started the church with a desire to help Cambodian families improve their education levels, lifestyle and relationships with one another.
With its basketball court, football pitch, tennis court and ninja warrior water sports area, you could be forgiven for thinking that the Siem Reap campus of International Christian Fellowship (ICF) Cambodia is a sports centre.
Armed with his conviction that housing is a basic human right that should be available to all, Sinn Mang – a former carpenter from a small fishing village in Kandal province – has dedicated the past five years of his life to constru