Cambodia’s best co-working office spaces

Shared offices or coworking spaces are new, modern workplaces or hubs for tech geeks and emerging entrepreneurs to work and collaborate. They’re very popular in cities around the world, including Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. In Phnom Penh alone, there are many co-working spaces tailored for the growing startup people and digital nomads. In addition to providing collaborative workspaces, the most sought-after coworking spaces are the ones where …

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Sam Veasna Center: wildlife tours in Siem Reap

Do you want to explore Cambodian bird sanctuaries? Where’s the best place for birding adventure? How? In Siem Reap, we recommend Sam Veasna Center. Read on to understand why. How to go watch some of Southeast Asia’s rarest birds: In Cambodia, Sam Veasna Center (SVC in short) offers wildlife tours, while at the same time creates jobs for rural Cambodian people. Sam Veasna Center organized bird view trips …

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The Villagers: Phnom Bakheng community and its heritage

The Villagers from World Monuments Fund on Vimeo. In this series, WMF demonstrates its commitment to both the physical conservation of Phnom Bakheng, one of Angkor’s oldest and most visited temples, as well as its relationship with the local villagers who are integral to the sustainability of all WMF projects at Angkor. WMF began working at Phnom Bakheng in 2004 and its commitment to the heritage conservation program …

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Angkor Wat the #1 travel sight: as voted by Lonely Planet

This magnificent monument is the greatest treasure of the Hindu kingdom that once stretched as far as Burma, Laos and southern China. But Angkor Wat is just the crown jewel in a complex of more than 1000 temples, shrines and tombs. Lonely Planet writer and Cambodia expert, Nick Ray, shows us why it topped our recently released list of the 500 best experiences on the planet. Find out …

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Arts Opening: "My City" by Chheang Rena

“My City” is a collection of paintings by Cambodian Young artist, Chheang Rena, showcasing the brokenness of the city due to poverty and corruption. Rena’s painting illustrate the Khmer Rouge that scarred the Cambodian people beyond its limits, leaving them in shambles and ruin. This backwards society has been struggling for the past 40 years to rebuild itself. However, there is still hope and restoration. To Rena, God …

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7 drone videos give bird views of Cambodia

These are 7 video that give you some bird views of Cambodia, from Siem Reap’s ancient temples to Sihanoukville’s beautiful beaches + Phnom Penh. 1. Cambodia – Angkor Temples 2. Northern Cambodia 3. Mondolkiri Cambodia 4. Kampot, Bokor, and Sihanoukville 5. Vietnam and Cambodia from the sky 6. Kep – Crab market 7. Sihanoukville, Cambodia

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David Beckham's Instagram posts of trip in Cambodia generate more than 1640k likes

3 of Instagram posts from Cambodia by one of the world’s most popular superstar David Beckham have received more than 1640k likes and 14600 comments in less than a week. Had an incredible time in Cambodia met some amazing people , the children were truly inspirational .. If you ever get the chance to visit Cambodia then Ta Prohm should be on your list… A photo posted by …

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David Beckham in Cambodia

David Beckham Visits Cambodia With UNICEF UNICEF Ambassador David Beckham met children who have been affected by violence in #Cambodia http://t.co/cNWczPIaO2 pic.twitter.com/0U8TC0Sh9c — Unicef UK (@UNICEF_uk) June 15, 2015 UNICEF Ambassador David Beckham met children who have been affected by violence in #Cambodia http://t.co/mqpDVDt5G1 pic.twitter.com/SilBAvMX2S — Raakhi Shah (@raakhishah) June 15, 2015 Every five minutes across the world, a child dies as a result of violence. UNICEF Goodwill …

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The best of Khmer New Year 2015

Cambodia's 4-ton Guinness World Record winning sticky rice cake. Want a bite? http://t.co/5sqAwiaWdT pic.twitter.com/FFhBjSBUvM — China Xinhua News (@XHNews) April 14, 2015 Celebrating the Buddhist new year in Siem Reap. #songkranfestival #CambodianNewYear #backpacking #travel #Cambodia pic.twitter.com/PTPndgJhOn — Liz Horsley (@LizHorsley1) April 14, 2015 Happy New Year To Myanmar, Lao & Thai Friends. Wish All Of You A Happy New Year 2015. Posted by Chantra Be on Tuesday, 14 …

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#THINKfamilies: Don’t create more orphans

Donations don't help orphans, they create them. #thinkfamilies @friends_intl http://t.co/A9nEhWnLXl — Lauren Armstrong (@cultaesthetic) February 21, 2015 TY @SPCanada for your work in #Cambodia. Healthy Children, Healthy Families http://t.co/GQiAe1Nvce #THINKfamilies pic.twitter.com/GiioifuATz — Patrick Seger (@PatrickPSeger) February 22, 2015 This website well worth reading: too often donations don't help orphans, they create them. #THINKfamilies http://t.co/Z58E77NNIY — Sharon (@yakbuta) February 21, 2015 In 2014 @Friends_Intl & partners supported 20,046 parents …

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Beyonce and Jay Z visit Ankgor Wat: tweets & instagrams

Cleanse your sins praise #Beyonce pic.twitter.com/dtpstWyDQI — Hannah Azalean (@HannahMellissa) January 6, 2015 #AngkorWat #Cambodia @Beyonce jajaja pic.twitter.com/j1xxbadvQi — Emilio Guerra (@eguerrar) January 7, 2015 #Beyonce, #JayZ and Blue Ivy Hit #Thailand & #Cambodia On Luxurious Vacation At &25K A Night Villa #LuxuryTravel pic.twitter.com/cToyZE4d5G — Noah Fairbanks (@NoahFairbanks) January 7, 2015 Jay-Z et Beyonce étaient au Cambodge #SiemReap !! #Cambodia pic.twitter.com/feyR6olHbc — Dancer 4Ever (@vuthaa) January 5, 2015 …

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The Buddhist Bug: Imagining the other postcard

The Buddhist Bug: Imagining the Other Postcard Dana Langlois, curator The Buddhist Bug by Anida Yoeu Ali Performance + Exhibition opening 7pm Saturday, December 20, 2014 At The 1961 Coworking and Art Space EXHIBITION STATEMENT The works of The Buddhist Bug simultaneously reference “postcard” perfection while systematically resisting its stereotyping idealism. Through carefully constructed vignettes, it reveals a complex narrative that follows the autobiographical journey of multi-disciplinary artist …

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Getting ready for Christmas in Cambodia

Want to make the most out of Christmas in Cambodia? Some tips on buying great gifts and fantastic food here for you: ’Tis the season to be shopping: the big Christmas gift guide From finely crafted knives to custom-made artwork to jewellery made out of unexploded bombs, here’s 30 great gift ideas to make your Cambodian present shopping a breeze 2014 Christmas dinners in Siem Reap Siem Reap …

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12 tweets from Cambodia you shouldn't miss

1. guy on a horse obviously having a ton of fun #cambodia #phnompenh #pchumben #photography pic.twitter.com/qoSLuDAxUU — Faine Greenwood (@faineg) September 23, 2014 2. Taking to the skies of Phnom Penh. Drone photos of decaying landmarks from a golden age. By @faineg http://t.co/wWirgILAHa — Will Koenig (@WillKoenig) September 14, 2014 3. Asked a monk today how hard it is to become a monk. "It's easy", he said, "you …

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12 tweets you shouldn't miss this week

A new short I lensed, directed by Kalyanee Mam on plight of the #Areng Valley in #Cambodia. Really proud of this one! http://t.co/LVu3OjN5WC — Christopher Rompré (@chrisrompre) July 29, 2014 Meanwhile, in #Cambodia: people are being killed for sorcery. Yay, humanity. http://t.co/jMNWeg512M pic.twitter.com/7wlMmH0sO4 — Thomas Mucha (@thomaswmucha) July 29, 2014 REPLUG: Pung Chhiv Kek appointment ‘best thing for #Cambodia politics since fall of Khmer Rouge’ http://t.co/xyZO21iZJB cc @cvic …

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William E. Todd to talk at Siem Reap town hall meeting

U.S. Ambassador to Cambodia William E. Todd will conduct his first Town Hall meeting in Siem Reap on Monday, March 25, 2013 at the University of South-East Asia and invites all U.S. citizens living in the area to attend. U.S. Embassy officials will be present to answer questions and discuss concerns regarding American citizen services, safety and security, health, immigrant and non-immigrant visas, and other issues. Following the …

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