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  • Michelle Obama
    Michelle Obama to travel to Japan and Cambodia on Spring Break
    First Lady Michelle Obama will be traveling to Japan and Cambodia this spring. The White House announced that Mrs. Obama will spend this year’s spring break traveling to the foreign countries from March 18 through March 22. According to a CS...
  • From Fusion Asiana: Cambodian Garlic and Ginger Grilled Pork
    From Fusion Asiana: Cambodian Garlic and Ginger Grilled Pork
    One of the great joys about traveling throughout Asia is partaking in the wonderful myriad of street foods. It seems as if every street has various food vendors and the aroma on these streets is culinary heaven. One of the highlights of visiting...
  • Enjoy a Pandaw cruise on the Mekong River
    Enjoy a Pandaw cruise on the Mekong River
    The mighty Mekong River is over 2,700 miles long, making it one of longest in Asia. It is a multinational river with connections to China, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. One of the best ways to get from Cambodia to Vietnam is on...
  • Enjoy the spa at Frangipani  Royal Palace Hotel
    Enjoy the spa at Frangipani Royal Palace Hotel
    The Chinese, Egyptians and Greek were the pioneers in ancient massage. The first document of massage therapy was found about 4000 years ago in ancient hieroglyphic readings. The word “massage” comes from the Arabic word which means rub...
  • A great hotel in Phnom Penh
    A great hotel in Phnom Penh
    The Frangipani Royal Palace Hotel in Phnom Penh is a great place to stay.The location of the Frangipani Royal Palace Hotel in Cambodia’s capital city of Phnom Penh is excellent. It is close to the river and the Royal Palace. In fact you can...
  • Cambodia reports mass outbreak of HIV/AIDs in rural village
    Cambodia reports mass outbreak of HIV/AIDs in rural village
    Panic has erupted in the small Cambodian village of Rokar in Battambang province after 106 people, including 15 children under 15-years old, and elderly women in their 70’s and 80’s.women, tested positive HIV/AIDs after receiving...
  • Rice is part of school feeding programs in Cambodia
    How rice can change the world
    Nutrition often does not make headlines. It may not appear to be something that can change the world, but actually it can. So let's listen for a moment about rice, because there are some important findings the UN World Food Programme (WFP)...
  • Dream trips to Cambodia and Fiji when money's no object but luxury is
    Dream trips to Cambodia and Fiji when money's no object but luxury is
    Got some chump change jiggling around in those bespoke pants or Prada bag? Want to spend it on a dream vacation at two of the most luxurious spots on earth? Of course you do. So read on:Song Saa Private Island in Cambodia is where fantasies come...
  • Song Saa: Eco-Paradise Meets Conservation & Social Responsibility in Cambodia
    Song Saa: Eco-Paradise Meets Conservation & Social Responsibility in Cambodia
    As originally published in National Geographic "Ocean Views" Blog, reposted with permission.When Australians Rory and Melita Hunter first travelled to Cambodia's remote southwest Koh Rong Archipelago in 2005, they embarked upon the...
  • AmaWaterways to launch AmDam (shown is her sister ship AmaLotus)
    AmaWaterways to launch custom AmDam for Vietnam cruising
    AmaWaterways, has announced the itinerary for its newest custom-designed vessel, AmaDara, which will enhance the cruise line's Vietnam, Cambodia & The Riches of The Mekong program in 2015. AmaDara debuts August 17, 2015 and will join its...
  • Lazy Beach on Koh Rong Saloem, Cambodia
    A true island paradise: Koh Rong Saloem, Cambodia
    You know those breathtaking photos of secluded white-sand beaches you see on Pinterest travel boards and beer commercials? Well, these places really do exist. And, no they’re not the easily accessible U.S. and Mexico spring break...
  • Mass Faintings
    Mass faintings: Mass workers, making sneakers, faint under deplorable conditions
    Mass faintings this week by factory workers in Cambodian sneaker factories are highlighting deplorable and oftentimes unregulated conditions found in overseas plants producing goods to export to the U.S. and other countries.According to a Reuters...
  • Human skulls from the Khmer Rouge killings sit in a glass case at the Choeung Ek Genocidal Center in Phnom Penh province.
    Today in 1979 Vietnamese troops liberated Cambodia from Pol Pot
    Today is a very emotional day for Cambodians and their friends across the world. On January 7, 1979 Vietnamese troops liberated the Cambodian people from the tyrannical rule of Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge. Cambodians are remembering the "...
  • Garcinia cambodia (Tamarind)
    Garcinia Cambogia: Everyone’s dietary supplement.
    The best way to lose weight and keep it off is by adopting a healthy lifestyle and eating nutritious meals. It is very difficult to recommend any kind of miracle pill. The truth is garcinia cambogia works.Garcinia cambodia is a small fruit that...
  • A River Changes Course
    Filmmaker explores Cambodian families struggling to maintain tradition
    For her directorial debut "A River Changes Course"filmmaker Kalyanee Mam traveled to her native homeland of Cambodia to capture the stories of three young Cambodians struggling to maintain their traditional way of life while the modern...