The engine is from a roadcutter, the wings are burlap, the wheels are borrowed from a rickshaw: a popcorn seller has caught the attention of the Pakistan Air Force by building his own plane.
How do you manage the trick of feeding school children better and at a lower cost? How do you count the number of mangoes on your farm so that you get a fair price?
Coding teacher Phary Phal is patiently guiding a classroom full of young pupils step-by-step through the process of making an animation of a starfish.
Sitting in his small production studio situated in his flat in Phnom Penh’s Boeung Tompun district, Piseth Chhourm makes small adjustments to the music that will provide the soundtrack for his soon to be released online game.
After consistently struggling to locate parts for their various engineering projects, a team of talented students from the Royal University of Phnom Penh’s computer sciences department came up with an enterprising solution – buildin
Though we now live in a digital age, it is not uncommon to see nurses handwriting information or browsing physical files on the shelf searching for information in hospitals and private clinics across Cambodia.
Founded in Australia in 2016, Okra is a technology startup that builds IoT (internet of things) hardware and software which enables smart solar smart grids to provide clean, renewable and reliable power to rural off-grid communities
Written by Nhok Them in 1936, Kolab Pailin is about an orphan boy named Chao Chet who worked for a rich family at the gem mine in the northern province of Pailin where he falls in love with his boss’ daughter.
Sitting in her bright and airy 17th floor office, Rithya Menon, Okra Smart Solar’s lead firmware engineer, checks the frequently updating data telling her everything about how well their community services are operating.
Durable shoes made from old car tyres became the distinctive style of the Khmer Rouge regime four decades ago.