Tek Vannara talks hydropower in the Lower Mekong
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Drone flight over Don Sahong dam project
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Drone flight over Don Sahong dam project

Excavators are busy at the Don Sahong site, where the foundations for a 32-metre dam…

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The plight of Don Sahong’s dolphins
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The plight of Don Sahong’s dolphins

There are only a handful of endangered Irrawaddy dolphins left in a section of the…

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Xayaburi dam: ‘Testing ground for untried technologies’
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Xayaburi dam: ‘Testing ground for untried technologies’

In 2019, the first dam on the Lower Mekong will be completed. While environmentalists fear…

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Cambodian teacher lights up world for blind students
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Cambodian teacher lights up world for blind students

Phalla Neang is the first teacher of the blind in Cambodia and the pioneer of…

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My dream job
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My dream job

Just like other children, blind students at Cambodia’s Krousa Thmey School have their dream jobs.…

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Exploring child labour in Cambodia’s brick factories
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Exploring child labour in Cambodia’s brick factories

New buildings are popping up across Cambodia as its construction industry continues to flourish. However,…

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Leader in exile: Cambodia’s Kem Sokha speaks exclusively from his HQ hideout
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Leader in exile: Cambodia’s Kem Sokha speaks exclusively from his HQ hideout

Kem Sokha has been leading a “political protest” of self-exile in his opposition party’s headquarters…

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Face-first with Halloween Horror Nights 6
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Face-first with Halloween Horror Nights 6

This year at Universal Studios Singapore, your nightmares come alive with with a blend of…

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5 QUESTIONS WITH JOSEPH SCHOOLING
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5 QUESTIONS WITH JOSEPH SCHOOLING

Thanks to one definitive historic gold medal won in Olympic record-breaking style on Aug 13…

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