Located about 10 kilometers from Battambang town, in O’Dombang commune, the bamboo trains, known as norry in Khmer, support some 50 families who have set up small businesses at stops along the line.
Just south of Aleppo there was once a research center where Syria's agricultural heritage was preserved with a view to helping feed the world. VOA Khmer's Chhim Sumedh narrates.
Competition from imports and electronic keyboards is hurting the US piano industry.
The report predicts that the trend will continue over the next decade, with a third of urban residents worldwide living in cheap housing that lacks access to basic services.
Ministry of Mines and Energy officially ends sale of sand to Singapore which has for years used it to reclaim land along its coasts.
Last week Cambodia closed cross-border routes used by migrant workers to prevent further economic migration to Thailand and curb illicit goods smuggling.
The population in Cambodia’s capital city is estimated to increase by more than 50 percent, to 7.9 million by 2030.
The first flight from Dubai is due to touch down in Phnom Penh on Saturday evening after a brief stopover in Yangon, Myanmar’s former capital.
Like elsewhere in America, farmers and fruit growers in the eastern state of Pennsylvania rely heavily on immigrants, mainly Hispanic, to tend the fields and harvest the crops. VOA Khmer's Cheoung Pochin narrates.
The annual wage talks were launched in 2014 following mass garment worker strikes after the 2013 election that led to at least five deaths at the hands of security forces.
One of those arrested on suspicion of drug trafficking was named as Sy Laloy, owner of the Ratanakkiri Hotel.