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Chhorn Sopheap

My name is Chhorn Sopheap. I come from Tbong Khmum provice. I am an international relations student of Pannasastra University, and also a journalism trainee at CCIM. For the future, I am committed to becoming a journalist because I want to participate in building a fair society for Cambodians. “In society, a journalist is the best partner for good people, but an evil for the corrupt one.”

In Floating Village’s Plummeting Waters, Fish ‘Struggle to Breathe’

KAMPONG PHLUK COMMUNE, Siem Reap province — As water levels plunge to record lows, a government official says “the fish can’t give birth and struggle to breathe.”

អ្នកអុំទូកទេសចរណ៍នៅកំពង់ភ្លុកជួបបញ្ហាជីវភាព ដោយសារការធ្លាក់ចុះនៃភ្ញៀវទេសចរ

ខណៈដៃកាន់ច្រវាអុំទូក ម្ដងឆ្វេង ម្ដងស្ដាំ ដើម្បីតម្រង់ទិសតាមប្រឡោះដើមឈើធំៗ លើផ្ទៃទឹកថ្លាឈ្វេង ក្រោមម្លប់ដ៏ត្រជាក់ នៃព្រៃលិចទឹក ស្ត្រីវ័យ ៥២ ឆ្នាំម្នាក់ កំពុងអង្គុយនៅក្បាលទូក សម្លឹងទៅមុខមើលផ្លូវ ដោយអុំទូកបណ្ដើរ រៀបរាប់បណ្ដើរ ពីបញ្ហាជីវភាពគ្រួសារ និងរបរប្រចាំថ្ងៃរបស់ខ្លួន។

Energy Ministry Confident Electricity Supply Will Be Sufficient Next Year

New energy imports from Laos, a fossil fuel-based generator coming online in Kandal province and the emergence of solar power should ensure there will be enough electricity this upcoming dry season, the Mines and Energy Ministry said.

Older Public Buses Breaking Down as Passenger Numbers Rise

Phnom Penh is facing a shortage of public buses as passenger numbers grow to an estimated 30,000 a day, with about 50 older vehicles sitting broken down in the service’s parking lot.

អតីតមន្ត្រី​គណបក្ស​សង្រ្គោះ​ជាតិ​ដែល​ត្រូវ​ជន​មិន​ស្គាល់​មុខ​វាយ​ នៅតែ​បារម្ភ​ពី​សុវត្ថិភាព​

អតីត​ចៅសង្កាត់​កោះដាច់​ និង​អតីតប្រធាន​កង​អង្គរក្ស​លោក​ សម​ រង្ស៊ី​ ស្នើ​ឱ្យ​សមត្ថកិច្ច​ទាំងអស់​ពន្លឿន​នីតិវិធី​ស៊ើបអង្កេត​រក​ជនល្មើស​ដែល​បាន​ប្រើប្រាស់​ហិង្សា​មក​លើ​ពួកគេ​ឲ្យបាន​ឆាប់រហ័ស​ ព្រោះថា​ពួកគេ​ចេះតែ​បារម្ភ​ពី​សុវត្ថិភាព​ និង​រស់នៅ​ក្នុង​ភាព​មិន​ស្ងប់ចិត្ត​ បើ​សមត្ថកិច្ច​មិនទាន់​ចាប់ខ្លួន​ជន​ដៃដល់​យក​មក​ផ្ទ​ន្ទា​ទោស​តាមច្បាប់​។

City Hall Says Progress Made on Clearing Sidewalks, but More Time Needed

City Hall is promising tougher measures against street sellers and parked cars cluttering Phnom Penh’s sidewalks, but vendors say that, for now, payments to police and city officers are keeping enforcement in check.

Workshop Discusses How Journalists Can Defend Themselves

Cooperating with local and international media networks, showing independence while reporting, and upholding professionalism are some keys for journalists to try to avoid harassment and threats, according to speakers at a media event on Friday.

Residents Complain of Health Issues as Trash Fills Up Phnom Penh Canal

A canal near Phnom Penh’s Tuol Sangkae Thom market has been filling up with trash over the past year, with residents saying they are struggling with respiratory problems and mosquitoes as a result.

Heat, Flooding, Disease: Phnom Penhers Share Their Climate Concerns

Ahead of a global summit that the U.N. is hoping will be the “defining moment” for action against climate change, residents around...

Female University Students Face Difficulties With Phnom Penh Housing

Almost 80,000 students across the country finished high school this year, and there is a lot of demand for student living spaces in Phnom Penh, especially for women.