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South China Morning Post Cambodia court drops pornography charges against nine foreigners for ‘sexy dancing’ at pool partySouth China Morning PostA Cambodian court has dropped pornography charges against nine of the 10 foreigners arrested last month at a pool party in the tourist town of Siem Reap, an official said Monday. The group was detained […]
Forbes Girls Who Code, Boys Who Cook: Cambodia’s Future LeadersForbesThe Liger Leadership Academy is educating what it hopes will be Cambodia’s next generation of leaders – without one single class in “leadership.”Is Cambodia a ‘Japanese beef-laundering’ hub?Nikkei Asian Reviewall 2 news articles »
Voice of America Cambodian Museum Protects Clothing Worn by Khmer Rouge VictimsVoice of AmericaDuring the 21 months he spent in a Cambodian prison, Bou Meng strangely felt at ease in the clothing he wore. Bou Meng was jailed in the late 1970s, when the Khmer Rouge ruled Cambodia. He was held at a secret, but […]
VOA Khmer Cambodian Parliament Passes Controversial Amendments to ConstitutionVOA KhmerCambodia’s parliament on Wednesday voted unanimously to approve controversial amendments to the constitution and criminal code which could see people who insult the monarchy face up to five years in prison. The 123-member National Assembly held an …
VOA Khmer Cambodia to Host STEM Workshop for ASEAN YouthVOA KhmerAllen Dodgson Tan, founder, and managing director of the Cambodia Science & Engineering Festival, said hosting the workshop allowed Cambodia to showcase its vibrant technological transformation and leadership in STEM education over the past four years …
Voice of America Cambodia Passes Lèse-Majesté Law – VOA NewsVoice of AmericaCambodians will now be constitutionally obligated to “defend the motherland” and forbidden from insulting the king under a number of new legislative changes that observers say suggest a prolonged assault on civil liberties in the country. A new lèse …and more »