US-based rights watchdog Freedom House has released its annual “Freedom in the World” …
ATN - January 18th, 2013
Burmese rescuers are struggling to help villagers injured or displaced by Sunday’s 6.8-magnitude earthquake near Shwebo, north of Mandalay, which killed at least 13, injured dozens and caused a bridge and mine to collapse …
PepsiCo Inc is in the process of signing a bottling agreement in Burma, Reuters reported on Thursday, quoting Saad Abdul-Latif, the company’s chief executive for Asia, the Middle East and Africa…
Phnom Penh’s retail industry moves a step closer to joining the ranks of regional centres such as Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur with the groundbreaking of a $205 million mall.
ATN - December 11th, 2012
The government collected $683 million in taxes over the first 11 months of 2012, according to data from the General Department of Taxation.
SIEM REAP: The Advanced Bank of Asia is expanding its Siem Reap operations to take advantage of the growing tourism sector.
The Kep-Kamport Salt Producers Community expressed concern about the production of salt this year not reaching its forecast.
A food laboratory, built with funds provided by the Chinese government, was launched to enhance food quality, research and technology in Cambodia.
Farmers are by far the largest source of investment in agriculture, according to the State of Food and Agriculture 2012 report.
Japanese car parts supplier Yazaki Corporation plans to launch its automotive electronics and instruments plant in Cambodia.
Cambodia’s FASMEC is expected to sign an MoU with the Confederation of Indian Industries to strengthen the co-operation on human resource training and quality control.
After his success with Lost Loves, trailblazing filmmaker Chhay Bora is making the Kingdom’s first Singaporean-Cambodian co-production.
ATN - December 11th, 2012
Architectural lines, forms and light ooze through artist Thang Sothea’s latest collection,Cambodian Mosaics.
Portraits by a South Korean photographer intent on self-discovery won success at Angkor Photo Festival.
The closing exhibition in the 8th Angkor Photo Festival is award-winning photographer Pablo Bartholomew’s Outside in the Chronicles of a Past Life.
Pictures of photographer Miyoko Ihara’s grandmother and her cat Fukumaru will entertain children at the Angkor Photo Festival Children’s Day.
Andri Tambunan lived with indigenous Papuans in Indonesia for eight months, documenting Southeast Asia’s most severe HIV/AIDs epidemic.
Indonesian Photographer Indra Widi spent a day at sea in the Balinese sun accompanying a group of fishermen for his new collection Thanks for Today.
This year the Cambodian International Film Festival’s program is richer and better than ever.