“China’s market is a very big attraction and there’s a big potential there, and we hope to tap the market,” said a person-in-charge of a Kenyan seafood company that will participate in the sixth CIIE.
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December 1 is the 35th anniversary of World AIDS Day, an opportunity to reflect on Cambodia’s dramatic progress in addressing HIV/AIDS, particularly over the past decade, and recognize the work that remains to end the disease as a public health threat
Today marks 365 days since India assumed the G20 Presidency. It is a moment to reflect, recommit, and rejuvenate the spirit of ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam, ‘One Earth, One Family, One Future.’
Every year on December 1st, the world comes together to commemorate World AIDS Day. This important day serves as a reminder that despite progress made in the fight against HIV/AIDS, the disease persists and continues to affect millions of people globally.
ANTI-European Union, anti-immigration firebrand Geert Wilders’ surprise victory in the Dutch general election last week shows right-wing populism’s success in gobbling up support from traditional conservative parties and taking its pet themes mainstream, experts said.
This week I will dive into the latest developments in the world of education. I’m thrilled to bring you an insightful look at scholarships and other potential forms of financial aid that can empower students to chase their dreams.
A long-standing local law firm has produced the second edition of its comprehensive hardback business law journal, as a resource for the education and private sector.
The International Labour Organization (ILO) partnered with the École d’Hôtellerie et de Tourisme Paul Dubrule (EHT) for the second year organised the largest career fair in Siem Reap last week to promote high-quality employment opportunities in the hospitality and tourism sector while raising awareness about decent working conditions and rights and responsibilities at work.
Siem Reap’s 2020 arts and lifestyle coverage kicked off the year on an optimistic note that, with the wisdom of hindsight, turned out to be somewhat ironic.
Because our baby is now at the centre of our life, it has been mentally challenging since even getting a good night’s sleep or a decent meal has suddenly become a real task.