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Thalias Newsletter February 2019

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“Be the change that you wish to see in the world,” famously uttered by Gandhi are words we take to heart. As a hospitality market leader, Thalias is committed to displaying social and corporate responsibility in Cambodia. Part of that pledge is working closely with social and environmental agencies committed to keeping Cambodia sustainable and healthy. Like Naga Earth, a Siem Reap organization whose offices we visited not long ago and were pleased with what we saw.


On the social side of things, we keep a close eye on the constantly shifting agricultural and export landscape in the Kingdom. This month, taking a look at EU rice export tariff changes and what consequences that holds.


As Valentine’s Day approaches, we’ve crafted delicious menus to help you and your significant other celebrate your adoration. And even added a simple seafood recipe if you’re looking to give your romance a more personal touch. Please check out our menus here!

Yours sincerely,
Arnaud Darc,
CEO and Chairman Thalias Hospitality Group
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Delight Your Love with a Salmon & Scallop Carpaccio Duo

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A good meal is like a good couple – the elements must be superstars in their own right, but also, more importantly, the elements must complement each other.

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Rising Rice Tariffs Threaten Cambodia's Agricultural Future

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The announcement last month that Cambodia (and Myanmar) would no longer be allowed to export rice to the European Union tax-free was met with displeasure across the country – with government, farmers and business community all expressing concern.

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Amorous Eating: A Brief History of Aphrodisiacs

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Since the dawn of time, people have believed in aphrodisiacs: foods, drinks or other things that stimulate desire. In ancient Japanese bordellos, courtesans made an aphrodisiac oil from eels, lotus roots and charred lizard to stimulate their clients. Montezuma, the Ancient Aztec ruler, was said to guzzle 50 cups of chocolate in advance of visits to his harem. It took just one oyster for Casanova to seduce a virgin. Or so the legends go.

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