Once he acquires the necessary culinary skills and business management practices, 18 year old Hongly Phal plans to open a family friendly restaurant where people can eat good quality food at reasonable prices and create happy memories with their children. Hongly was born in Kampong Speu Province, Cambodia, to a
Kofalida Man is 22 years old. She was born in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Right now she is well on her way to realizing her dearest ambition – opening a pastry shop of her own. Her journey started with her internship and work at Gate Gourmet and Courtyard by Marriott Phnom
Kimfong Heng is the third of four children. He was born in Kampong Cham, Cambodia to parents who struggled to feed and educate their family. Kimfong’s dream was to start his own restaurant with Asian-European food and to create new recipes, so it is a unique place for his patrons.
From Sihanoukville to Phnom Penh to Japan and Dubai – a Naomi and ACAC scholar shares her experiences on study at culinary art school, internship, and speech at RewirED summit
I’m very excited as I have been selected to join the RewirED Summit in Dubai as a panelist on this coming December 12th, to discuss about sustainable and gender equal tourism, share my experiences representing the Academy of Culinary Arts of Cambodia (ACAC) and Cambodia.
Before coming to ACAC Chea Simon was studying accounting at a school in Phnom Penh, where his older brother was also studying. After one year it was clear that this wasn’t the right career path for him, and he decided to leave. Simon says “I love food and cooking at
I grew up in the famous Angkot Wat Temple city of Siem Reap. Due to my poor family background, I was sent to live with an international NGO that runs children’s home. When I moved back to live with my mum, she always took good care of me and one
Before joining the ACAC, scholarship recipient Pum Monyreth grew up in Chibodia Children’s Home, an NGO in Phnom Penh supporting children without parents. With their help, Monyreth successfully completed her high school degree and then applied for the Naomi Tami Scholarship Program. During her 2 years of studying at the
Born in 1994, on Koh Dach Island, a small island on the Mekong River near Phnom Penh, Sokha grew up in a poor family with little access. His father earned his money working as a cyclo rider and his mother as a silk weaver which was hardly enough to make
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