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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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Naga Earth and Thalias' Commitment to Sustainability

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Thousands of litres of cooking oil are used and disposed of every day in Cambodian kitchens – but it doesn’t have to be a waste. Naga Earth, a Siem Reap-based enterprise on a mission to protect the planet, has perfected the formula of turning dirty cooking oil into biodiesel, which can be used in the same way as regular diesel, including to run a motorbike or car.

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Feast on Romance at Any of Our Outlets

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At Thalias, we like to celebrate all the good things in life. And what’s better than Love?
Now, while we acknowledge that cooking for loved ones or cooking with loved ones can be a most romantic and wholesome event (just add good wine and nice music) we also realise that there is a real appeal to leaving your cares behind and spending a Valentine’s Dinner catered to and pampered this February 14.

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