XAVIER de Lauzanne worked in the hospitality industry for 10 years before deciding to pursue his dream of becoming a filmmaker.
In a bid to promote science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, the NGO Empowering Youth in Cambodia (EYC) recently organised a workshop for children and young people to highlight its importance and benefits.
OrbRom Special Education Centre, founded by Heng Sophanet, specialises in providing personalised learning experiences for children with cerebral palsy or intellectual disabilities such as autism, dyslexia, ADHD or Down syndrome.
Abundant in the lakes, rivers and streams surrounding Phnom Penh, water hyacinths are easily collected, and often used for compost or even to weave into hammocks.
A new report noted that students’ 2021 performances in sixth grade declined by three per cent for reading and by 10.7 per cent for mathematics compared with the 2016 averages.
More and more of the Kingdom’s farmers are moving away from traditional methods of cultivation, after realising that modern techniques offer a path out of subsistance farming.
After finishing her foundational studies at Trinity College and earning a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Melbourne in 2022, Ron Sophy, a girl who once lived at the Stung Meanchey garbage dump and scavenged for things to sell, is now working
Banteay Meanchey Museum has been open to local and international visitors and students for nearly 15 years.
Min Chinda, 33, was born in Kampong Chamloang commune’s Tbong Damrey village of Kandal province’s Khsach Kandal district and attended school like the village’s other children at a primary school there.
Leng Vichetpanha, a student at Preah Sisowath High School’s New Generation School (NGS), has won a remarkable 40 academic competition medals – gold, silver and bronze – at various competitions abroad.