Artists from five southeast Asian nations displayed their artworks at an exhibition in Cambodia's capital city on Thursday, to raise the awareness of counterfeit medicine.
More than 40 pieces of artworks from 34 artists were shown at the French Institute and the German cultural centre in Phnom Penh.
Family members say Chan Samnang died because of exposure to poor living conditions at a relocation site outside the city.
An attorney for the three women, called the summons “a good opportunity” that would allow the women to “tell the true story."
The 27-minute film follows the work of a leading NGO working to rally support for an end to widespread land grabbing in Cambodia.
It’s a huge expansion for the health center, which serves many of Lowell’s Cambodian population.
Cambodia has reduced the number of maternal deaths, meeting a 2015 goal early, health officials told VOA Khmer.
Miners here say hundreds of families from various regions in the province have come to the area since last year.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says malaria threatens 2.2 billion people in 20 countries across the Asia Pacific region.
Eight-year-old Nan Kini remains in the hospital, after his heart was repaired recently at a hospital in Siem Reap. He is frail, but he is alive.
Keo Sam is now an honored clinical psychologist working for the county of Los Angeles.
“Approximately 100,000 children in Cambodia are suffering from congenital heart defects,” says the founder of Hearts Without Borders.