Article: Asia Pacific Memo: The Future of Cambodian Heritage Under China
CBFAC sources what archaeology teachers and students in Cambodia need to raise successful students. We also advocate for an increase in job opportunities for local archaeology graduates. This is not about moving money, but gathering clean and valued textbooks, new laboratory equipment, fresh field supplies and de-mining equipment. This is old fashioned capacity building, directly inspired by the successful work of SOUTHEAST ASIAN ARCHAEOLOGIES (2008-2014) a Canadian based not-for-profit society with a mandate to facilitate the emergence of ethical archaeological research within Southeast Asia.
The Royal University of Fine Arts is a university in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Its origins date to the establishment of the École des arts Cambodgiens in Phnom Penh in 1918.