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Seng Hok Heng will not let you go hungry

Publication date 02 April 2020 | 22:04 | ICT

It is wedding season in Cambodia and that usually means people are complaining about endless invitations.

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  • After a long day of lockdown, how ‘essential’ is a little drink?

    Publication date 02 April 2020 | 21:22 | ICT

    Some countries have banned alcohol, others say liquor shops are essential services, and one top official even suggested a tipple after another long day trapped at home can be a necessary restorative.

  • Stir crazy cuisinier serving up soup for health workers

    Publication date 02 April 2020 | 21:20 | ICT

    When Belgium’s coronavirus lockdown order forced star chef Isabelle Arpin to shut her fine dining establishment she could have retired to the kitchen to devise dishes for bored gourmets.

  • Prince Harry and wife Meghan sign off royal Instagram account

    Publication date 01 April 2020 | 23:05 | ICT

    Britain's Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle are to take a break from their royal Instagram account, they announced on Monday as they prepare for life outside the royal inner circle.

  • In African forest, a fight to save the pangolin

    Publication date 01 April 2020 | 23:04 | ICT

    The prehistoric shape is hard to make out as it moves slowly through the gloomy forest, so trackers listen for the rustle of scales against the leaves to pick up its trail.

  • Pleng Chan, the cafe for bookworms and music apprentices

    Publication date 01 April 2020 | 15:12 | ICT

    Decorated with dangling vines and plants, a cafe in the heart of the Boeung Keng Kang 1 expatriate hub has attracted people to go in for a meal or drink to accompany their hobbies including reading and playing instruments.

  • Tom Hanks, wife back in US after contracting virus

    Publication date 31 March 2020 | 22:28 | ICT

    Hollywood megastar Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson are back home in Los Angeles after two weeks in hospital and self-isolation in Australia where they contracted the coronavirus.

  • Van Gogh painting stolen from Dutch museum during pandemic shutdown

    Publication date 31 March 2020 | 22:27 | ICT

    Thieves stole a painting by Dutch master Vincent van Gogh early on Monday in a daring heist from a museum that was closed to the public because of the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Magnet slip puts inventor in hospital

    Publication date 31 March 2020 | 22:26 | ICT

    An Australian astrophysicist bored by coronavirus isolation saw his attempted invention to stop people catching the disease go hilariously wrong when he landed in hospital with magnets stuck up his nose.

  • Thai elephant crisis: Hungry and in chains

    Publication date 31 March 2020 | 21:57 | ICT

    Underfed and chained up for endless hours, campaigners warn that many elephants working in Thailand’s tourism sector may starve, be sold to zoos or shifted into the illegal logging trade as the coronavirus decimates visitor numbers.

  • CCF spinning dreams for Phnom Penh’s down-and-out

    Publication date 31 March 2020 | 00:09 | ICT

    Inside a Prek Toal community home located in the area of a former landfill in Phnom Penh’s Stung Meanchey commune, Ly Vannak was diligently cutting and sewing fabric.