For starter, what’s Raspberry Pi 3? The Raspberry Pi 3 is the third generation Raspberry Pi. The Raspberry Pi 3 has an identical form factor to the previous Pi 2 (and Pi 1 Model B+) and has complete compatibility with Raspberry Pi 1 and 2. The Raspberry Pi 3 added Bluetooth and Wi-Fi to the ultra-popular, ultra-cheap tiny computer (you have to use third-party dongles … Continue reading Where to buy Raspberry Pi 3 in Phnom Penh?
Open Development Cambodia (ODC) has published a new online resource detailing Cambodia’s indigenous communities and their land in both Khmer and English. Together with the website’s map explorer tool, the profile page aims to provide the most up-to-date information on the country’s indigenous communities and communal land, and presents a clear picture using data visualizations. The page can be accessed here. The Indigenous Communities (IC) … Continue reading New data resource on Cambodian indigenous communities
Khmer Rouge expert Dr. Craig Etcheson is giving a public lecture, tomorrow, Tuesday, June 21 at 6:45pm. The topic is: “Has the Khmer Rouge Tribunal Taken Too Long?” The venue is Pannasastra University, South Campus, 184 Norodom Blvd. Phnom Penh (just south of Independence Monument and next door to Brown Coffee), Srey Dim Conference Hall. See map here! Admission is free. Craig is in Cambodia … Continue reading Has the Khmer Rouge Tribunal Taken Too Long?: A public lecture by Dr. Craig Etcheson
The story of how Uber started is fascinating. It’s simply “a simple idea—tap a button, get a ride.” When in Cambodia, how do I get on a bus? Book a ticket. From your smartphone. A young tech startup in Cambodia’s bustling city Phnom Penh is embracing and approaching a solution in a different way. Get your smartphone (App Store) out of your pocket, book a … Continue reading Cambodia’s Uber edition for bus?
No Legoland in Phnom Penh just yet. But, there are 2 ideal places where you can bring your kids to play with lego toys. 1- Friends-International: Saturday (9:00 – 12:00PM) ‘Building A Lego City, and Building Futures’ with thousands and thousands of bricks, from Duplo to Technical, to build with. Entrance is by donation, which will support the work that Mith Samlanh does with children … Continue reading Legoland in Phnom Penh?
Veteran Cambodia Daily reporter has serious kidney problems that require regular dialysis and cost $40-$70 per session. To make matters worse, the Daily ownership has reduced his pay and put him on medical leave, which puts Rith in dire financial straits. It looks like his dialysis expenses will top out at about $650/month, but a cushion above his immediate needs would surely help his emotional … Continue reading Help Cambodian journalist Saing Soenthrith get the dialysis he needs
rain swallows motorbike in the middle of pearl city #PhnomPenh #Cambodia pic.twitter.com/GyacLJPz0D — Moses (@mosesngeth) June 8, 2016 Tuk-tuk “boating” through #PhnomPenh This was after about 90 minutes of rain. pic.twitter.com/X6T1q7PkXv — Bob James (@NotThatBobJames) June 8, 2016 #Rain more than 1 hour in #PhnomPenh and then…. pic.twitter.com/yWnc3mX79R — Ung Chamroeun (@roubroum) June 8, 2016 Rainy season is really here! #PhnomPenh pic.twitter.com/Qjhk1ZFYZ9 — Bill Longhurst … Continue reading Amazing photos capture 2016 Great Flood of Phnom Penh
In Cambodia, South East Asia Makerthon focuses on making products/services for agriculture or rural communities. Makerthons are 36 hour innovation sprints, which will see about 100-150 people or more working in teams to prototype solutions for specific problems. Participants create product prototypes during the competition. Makerthon winners will join the Grand Finale held in Singapore at the SEAMNET Summit in October. The winning teams will … Continue reading South East Asia Makerthon: Phnom Penh
Lim Sokchanlina works across documentary and conceptual practices with photography, video, installation and performance. Using different strategies, he calls attention to a variety of social, political, cultural, economic and environmental changes in Cambodia in relation to the globe. Lim was born in 1987, Prey Veng, Cambodia. He’s now lives and works in Phnom Penh is a founding and active member of the artist collective Stiev … Continue reading Lim Sokchanlina: Art Talk
During the monsoon, Kep is green, lush and beautiful. Where to stay: Le Flamboyant Boutique Resort & Spa Book directly to receive 30% discount on all types of bungalow! And to stay longer, we there is an offering of the 3rd night for free when you stay for 2 nights: Stay 3 nights, pay only for 2 nights! Why you should stay at Le Flamboyant … Continue reading The monsoon in Kep