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  • The opened page of the UN Women Congress

    Three of CambodiaCircles reporters was honored to join World Congress of Global Partnership for Young Women. They are now writing to share their experiences of what they got at the international stage.
  • BlogFest Asia 2012 rocks the kingdom

    BlogFest Asia 2012 was held in Siem Reap, the gateway to Cambodia’s famous Angkor Wat. Around 200 bloggers and technologists from ASEAN, except Lao and Brunei and others countries like USA, Australia, India, and Bangladesh joined this festival. Starting f...  more
  • Cambodian Youth Art Festival comes back this year

    The celebration of Cambodian Youth Art Festival (CYAF) is back with the Cambodian art performance from 10th to 16th November in Phnom Penh.
  • Vox Pop: What's Cambodians remember about King Father Norodom Sihanouk

    Lok Kak, 62,has been serving as a tricycle rickshaw rider in front of Royal Palace for seven years. In Sihanouk regime, he was a farmer who witnessed the late king visiting his communities.
    "I was shocked when hearing that the king father passed away....
  • 360-degree coverage of 7 days mourning to King Father

    News shocks the Nation
    King Norodom Sihanouk, the former king of Kingdom of Cambodia passed away on 15 October 2012, which also happened to be the last day of Pchum Ben this year. His 90th birthday was on this 31 October; yet, he passed away after suf...
  • Three CambodiaCircles reporters play role as social event organizers

    CambodiaCircles reporters have joined a South East Asia Life Matters Course 2012. They later used knowledge and experience from the course to organize an event to share to other people.
  • The Ship for Southeast Asian Youth Program 2012: Pre-Departure Event of SSEAYP 39th

    On 9th October 2012, ‘Closing Ceremony of Pre-departure Training of Cambodian Participating Youth 2012’ for The Ship for Southeast Asian Youth Program (SSEAYP) was held at CJCC with the participation of H.E. Chey Chab, Secretary of State, Ministry of Edu...  more
  • Disabled youth enabled with help

    People were applauding and cheering to welcome the starting of a comedy show. Shouting loudly, a slender brown skin boy appears in the spotlight on the stage in his girlie Khmer traditional clothes. The noise of laughing explodes from the audience as the ...  more
  • Let's do it Phnom Penh 2012: It's time to clean up your homes

    Starting from early morning, the participants have been divided into 3 groups: Red, Green and Yellow groups. Each group has to run or walk and collect the rubbish from the starting point nearby Naga World to the ending point nearby Wat Phnom.
  • Sthapatyakam, a newly launched magazine featuring Cambodian architecture

    Angkor Wat Temple, one of the world wonders, is a unique architecture that symbolizes Cambodia. Millions of tourists have visited Cambodia to experience this wonderful legacy. Because of how amazing the Cambodian architecture is, the students of the Depar...  more