How Your T-Shirt Saves the World

Johan Norberg | Posted 29.09.2015 | UK Style
Johan Norberg

The strangest thing about the debate about "fast fashion" and garment factories in poor countries is that it carries on as if there were no research on the subject. Western activists rail against "sweatshops", but among researchers and economists from left to right there is a consensus that these jobs are the stepping stones out of poverty.

How Young People Are Saving the World

Philip Goodwin | Posted 17.09.2015 | UK
Philip Goodwin

Last Saturday I had the privilege of attending the first ever Youth Summit in London, organised by the UK government's Department for International De...

Stonehenge Bad, Angkor Better

Jeremy Allen | Posted 10.08.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Jeremy Allen

In between, Chan - our tuk tuk driver - dropped us back at the hotel for a power nap and breakfast. In the hotel they treat us like gods, bowing, pointing their hands at us in prayer, laughing at our jokes, asking why we allow natural disasters to happen... It's a bit embarrassing actually, but tourism here is relatively new, and I suspect they'll relax eventually.

Why I am Ashamed to Call Myself a Volunteer

Sarah Pycroft | Posted 02.07.2015 | UK
Sarah Pycroft

We need to re-professionalise the practice of volunteering, by standing up to the 'no experience necessary' providers and accepting only opportunities that we can honestly say we would be fit for taking on back home.And when we do that..? Then I'll feel proud to call myself a 'volunteer' again.

Avoiding a Potential Public Health Crisis

Ilya Jones | Posted 24.06.2015 | UK
Ilya Jones

The Thai-Cambodian border is a known hotspot for the emergence of drug resistant malaria and recently resistance to the most effective drug for treating malaria, artemisinin, has been discovered in this area.

Five Amazing Things to Do in Cambodia

Marc Harris | Posted 16.06.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Marc Harris

You will always remember your first glimpse of Angkor Wat. It is simply staggering, matched by very few other spots on the planet. Angkor Wat is, according to its builders, heaven on earth, being the earthly representation of Mt Meru, home to ancient Hindu Gods.

Travellers Should Always Show Respect

Liz Jarvis | Posted 10.04.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Liz Jarvis

Travel doesn't just broaden the mind, it enriches it. If you're visiting sites of cultural significance, temples or churches, it's basic, surely, that you show appropriate reverence.

Nine Overwater Bungalows to Escape Your Winter Blues | Posted 01.04.2015 | UK Lifestyle

January and February are notorious for being the most depressing months of the calendar. In order to escape your winter blues, why not lust over a holiday in an exotic location? These luxurious overwater bungalow resorts offer privacy, luxury and unbeatable views.

Five Reasons to Visit Indochina

Marc Harris | Posted 04.02.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Marc Harris

A destination that evokes images of famed historical sites, beautiful beaches and stunning landscapes, Indochina should be a destination on everyone's hit-list and here are just five of these highlights that make it one of the world's most appealing, exciting and unique destinations...

Is Cambodia's Biggest Tourism Draw Also Its Downfall?

Justin Francis | Posted 27.12.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Justin Francis

Think of Cambodia and the vast majority of us picture Angkor Wat, the vast complex of temples tucked away in the far north-east. It is Cambodia's UNESCO World Heritage calling card, its number one tourist destination, but could it also be its downfall?

Eight Amazing Places in Asia You Have to Visit

Tom McLoughlin | Posted 15.12.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Tom McLoughlin

Asia offers an astounding variety of travel destinations. There are so many, in fact, that it can be difficult to decide where to go first and which to miss because of time constraints. The reality is that it's impossible to cover them all in one trip unless you're lucky enough to have plenty of time and money to spare.

If Only Indiana Jones Had A Giant Laser

The Huffington Post UK | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 01.10.2014 | UK Tech

LIDAR is not something you may have heard of, but its affect on our knowledge of ancient history has been utterly staggering. Light Detection and ...

Why the Scots Would Be Mad to Vote for Independence (Not That I Care)

Hugh Salmon | Posted 09.11.2014 | UK Politics
Hugh Salmon

So, next week the Scots will decide if they want to be independent. Let me start by declaring a lack of interest in this issue. A complete lack of interest. I think may be one-eighth Scottish but I really don't care if I have Scottish blood coursing through my veins. It hasn't affected my life either way.

"Even If They Die Many Times Over, It Would Not Be Enough"

The Huffington Post UK | Louise Ridley | Posted 07.08.2014 | UK

These heartbreaking images capture the moment, through the eyes of the survivors when two former Khmer Rouge leaders were sentenced to life in prison ...

Three Amazing Getaways In Cambodia

Jane Mountain | Posted 10.08.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Jane Mountain

With the ongoing turmoil in Thailand, many tourists are wondering where to go for their exotic beach vacations this summer. The answer is easy: head next door to Cambodia, where the prices are cheaper, the land is more pristine, and the people are friendlier.

Unbelievable Tragedy After Seven Die In Effort To Retrieve Just 45p

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 03.06.2014 | UK

Seven people, including four children, have died in Cambodia after an 11-year-old boy climbed down a well to retrieve the equivalent of 45p. In a s...

A Window on World Politics in 2014 - Cambodia

Paul Reynolds | Posted 14.06.2014 | UK Politics
Paul Reynolds

In the often opaque world of international relations, from time to time a situation comes along which, whilst not earth shattering by itself, sheds a spotlight on how the international system works and the need for reform .

Angkor Wat Is Now On Street View, And It's Incredible

Huffington Post UK | Posted 03.04.2014 | UK Tech

In their ongoing quest to make the entire world viewable through your computer screen (apart from these forbidden places) , Google Street View has add...

Where Are the World's Best Hotels? | Posted 25.05.2014 | UK Lifestyle

Destinations are ranked according to the reputation of their hotels, based on over 82 million hotel reviews and ratings aggregated from over 200 online booking sites. Included in the list are destinations with at least 130 hotels and 60 reviews.

Five Best Eco Hotels in Asia

Mark Hodson | Posted 25.03.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Mark Hodson

South East Asia is one of the world's most beautiful regions, with its spectacular coral reefs, abundant wildlife and rainforests dating back 130 million years. Unfortunately, it's also a part of the world developing fast under the pressures of consumerism, rising populations and intensive farming.

On The Streets - The Freshest Global Street Art - 17 January 2014

Ben J. Cotton | Posted 21.03.2014 | UK Entertainment
Ben J. Cotton

Middle of January gave us fewer but more colourful and vibrant walls and here is what caught our eye this week.

13 Astonishing Pictures From This Day In History: November 30

The Huffington Post UK | Stephen Hull | Posted 30.11.2013 | UK


13 Astonishing Pictures From This Day In History

The Huffington Post | Stephen Hull | Posted 29.01.2014 | UK


Devil's Advocates at the Khmer Rouge Trial

Gates Cambridge Scholars | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Universities & Education
Gates Cambridge Scholars

From day one, orientation is far more curious than the British experience of Freshers' Week. We are treated to champagne mimosas over breakfast, are wined and fed, partake in a mass "speed meeting" of our future classmates and enjoy an outdoor screening of Legally Blonde (yes, the concept of irony has drifted across the pond too).

Somaly Mam Opens Cambodian Beauty Salon Staffed by Former Trafficking Victims

Lisa Anderson | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Lisa Anderson

With the hope that new jobs in the beauty industry will provide new lives for girls scarred by sex slavery, Cambodian anti-trafficking activist Somaly Mam cut the ribbon for a beauty shop bearing her name in one of the country's prime tourist destinations.