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Preah Vihear temple has been at the center of a border dispute between Cambodia and Thailand for more than a century. Built from sandstone a thousand years ago, it was the center of faith and worship during the height of the Khmer Empire.
The education minister told VOA Khmer that the grade 12 national examination this year will be held on August 24-25, and will take place at 149 exam centers across the country.
Cambodia is a small country with big aspirations. By the end of 2015 it aims to become one of the world's major rice exporters - which means it will have to almost triple exports of milled rice in the next sixteen months.
Unicef and the Ministry of Health have prepared four spots to raise awareness in the care of newborns and young children with illnesses.
'Angkor’s Children' tells the stories of three young Cambodian women, who perform art from different generations in Cambodia’s history.
Strong political institutions are required for continued economic growth, but the capacity of Cambodia’s state institutions remains weak.
The campaign will focus on Phnom Penh, as well as the provinces of Kampong Speu, Kampong Thom, Kratie, Stung Treng, Mondolkiri, Ratanakkiri and Preah Vihear—which have the highest rates of child mortality.
Earlier this year a United Nations report found 10 percent of Cambodian children aged 7-14 are working – one of the highest rates in the region – and said one in four children in that age bracket are forced to quit school to help their families. VOA Khmer's Pin Sisovann narrates.
Chan Virak said an increasing number are using English or Chinese. Without a careful policy, there is a danger of “foreignization” of Cambodian values.
Their app, ImEX, creates an online market for farmers, where they can sell their products, pairing consumer demand with farmers supply.
VOA finds that despite long historical, political ties to Beijing, Chinese instruction lags behind English.
Asean integration will bring much more competition in trade, investment, goods and services, as well as jobs across the region.
The two films were produced by USAID’s office to combat human trafficking and are being shown at the Bophana Center in the capital.
Global Innovation Through Science and Technology has so far engaged some 2.8 million entrepreneurs worldwide, and the program has helped shape 4,500 startups, with $800 million in revenue.
The conference aims to help Cambodian students prepare for Asean integration at the end of this year.
In the forum, young Cambodians asked about political rights, lawmaking, law enforcement and advocacy.
Education for young girls is not a priority for many Cambodian families, decreasing the odds for gender equality in the future.
The study of Khmer Rouge history is a politically sensitive topic in Cambodia, because some government officials have roots in the regime.
Young students from Southeast Asian countries travel to the United States and engage in discussion on environmental sustainability, education and leadership, as part of the Southeast Asia Youth Leadership Program.