Cambodia

Why environmental activism survives Cambodia’s destruction of civil society

The jailing of Mother Nature activists highlights the justness of their cause.

Chinese warships rotate at Cambodia’s Ream naval base

Ships are likely on rotational deployment at Ream to avoid contravening Cambodia’s constitution, analysts say.

10 Cambodian environmental activists sentenced to prison

The conspiring against the state convictions are ‘another crushing blow’ to civil society, observer says.

Workers say some 60 Cambodian rescued maids still in Saudi Arabia

The maids sought Cambodian government help in March amid complaints of abusive working conditions.

Thai news industry faces tough outlook as layoffs mount

In the first half of 2024, private media companies in Southeast Asia’s second largest economy axed about 300 jobs.

Legendary Cambodian musician celebrated as master of centuries-old art form

Kong Nay, who died last month, performed with a long-necked string instrument while singing traditional stories.

Thai news industry faces tough outlook as layoffs mount

In the first half of 2024, private media companies in Southeast Asia’s second largest economy axed about 300 jobs.

Renowned Cambodian musician passes away at age 80