Amazing Cambodia Profile

One of the stores where we sell our products is Amazing Cambodia; a souvenir shop at AEON Mall on at the 1st floor. This shop sells products made by artisans from all over Cambodia, they think that Craftsmen put their heart and their soul into each and every piece of work and they want to share the stories behind the products with their customers. They also work to improve the quality of the products based on customer’s feedback.   In this shop, you can find lot of different product from Cambodia like food, clothes, jewelry, beauty products, body care products and souvenirs like postcards, magnets, keys ring. Stop in and have a look at our selection if you are at Aeon Mall! Amazing Cambodia was started by Wakana Nukui and is the home of the Dream Girls Project: After graduating Boston University, Wakana managed a web design company for 12 years. In 2010, she hosted Dream Girls Design Contest in Cambodia aimed at making the dreams of Cambodian women come true and allowing them to be independent.She has hosted the event every year since then, and in 2014 opened the first Amazing Cambodia shop at Aeon Mall. She visits plantations and factories to see the scene of craftsmanship with her own eyes. She interviews the craftsmen, and tells the world the fascinating story of how one product is born. She also adopts the designs of the winners from the Dream Girls Contest for the souvenir products at AMAZING CAMBODIA, allowing her to strengthen sale activities and builda shop that grows together with the local people and business of Cambodia.  ...

Facebook Contest Rules

CONTEST RULES Contest runs from 4:00 p.m. ICT on Friday, May 10, until 11:59 a.m. ICT, on Thursday, May 16. The winning participant will be chosen and notified by Cambodia Knits on May 18 at the Entries submitted after 11:59 a.m. ICT on Thursday, May 16 are ineligible, null, and void. Cambodia Knits is not responsible for any entries that are not received for any reason by the close of the contest. To submit a name, comment on the contest post with your suggestion. The participant picked by a random draw wins, so long as the participant satisfies the contest eligibility requirements and complies with these contest rules. You can submit as many names as you want — just remember to put each name in a separate post. To be eligible to participate in the contest, a participant must both like and follow Cambodia Knits’s page on Facebook; must be at least 18 years old. Cambodia Knits employees and directors are not eligible to win. The winning participant may be required to sign an affidavit of eligibility to receive the prize. Participants are prohibited from submitting any name or other content that is offensive, vulgar, defamatory, violates the intellectual property rights, rights of privacy or publicity, or any other rights of any third party, violates any law, or is contrary to Cambodia Knits’s mission. Cambodia Knits has sole discretion to determine whether any post violates these contest rules and may immediately remove any such post and disqualify the participant who posted it. As an irrevocable condition of entering this contest, you are conclusively deemed to have agreed to be...
Visiting Cheung Kok Village and our knitters

Visiting Cheung Kok Village and our knitters

Solene is interning with CK for a few weeks as part of her marketing studies in France. She has the chance to visit Cheung Kok Village where we have a group of knitters and wrote about her experience there.   Hi, I am Solène, I come from France and I am doing an internship at CK for 5 weeks. I am working on communications, writing blog posts, doing some interviews and  the creation of materials support. Before to starting at the Office, I went to visit one of the villages in the CK network, Cheung Kok village, to take pictures and videos. Also known as Amica Village, the village of Cheung Kok is a community of farmers and artisans located just a few minutes from Kampong Cham, and 2 hours by bus to Phnom Penh. It is an ecotourism village whose resident welcome visitors to their homes, to discover the typical life of locals. To get more information about this village you can go to their Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/cheungkokvillage/ When I arrived at the village I was welcomed by Aline and her family, they offered to me a place to eat and to sleep. They have a comfortable homestay option for guests. To begin the afternoon, Aline took me to meet 5 of the 10 women who work for Cambodia Knits. I could take pictures and videos of their work: knitting, some women already knew how to knit, and others learnt from a teacher at the office. The advantage of their job it is that they can work at home while taking care of their children and families, and work when and where they...
Happy Earth Day from Cambodia Knits!

Happy Earth Day from Cambodia Knits!

Today is Earth Day,  the world largest environmental movement, it is a day of political action and civic participation. People march, sign petitions, plant trees, clean up their towns and roads. In Cambodia, the rapid economic and population growth is leading to significant environmental pollution. Economic development activities have generated major environmental consequences, including air pollution, water pollution, noise pollution and solid wastes. To support this movement, there we are implementing new rules at the workshop in Phnom Penh: encouraging our staff to stop using single-use plastic.  We’re already not using plastic for packaging our products and for shipping. Now, at the office, we are not allowed to use plastic at all No more bags or styrofoam boxes for lunch, no more plastic bottles. We try to replace them with reusable things, like a Tupperware box for lunch or your own bag. All the best to our headquarters team for making these small but important efforts!  ...
Cambodia Knits launches a Kickstarter campaign

Cambodia Knits launches a Kickstarter campaign

We’re launching a new product line at Cambodia Knits and we need your help. After discovering 100% cotton yarn in delicious colours, but too thin to knit with, we decided to cross over into crochet. Although we are Cambodia Knits, we believe in staying flexible and making the best use of what’s available to us. And in this case, a new batch of yarn has motivated and inspired us to try something new. You can find our Kickstarter project page by clicking here. There’s lots of information on what we’re doing, where and how, along with a short video (which you can also watch below). Most importantly, you can see our upcoming range of crochet critters and if you pledge early enough, you can even get one in time for Christmas. About Kickstarter Kickstarter is a crowdfunding website where anyone can post a creative project that needs, well, a kick start. Anyone, like you, can pledge toward the project goal. Kickstarter is all-or-nothing, meaning we need to reach our goal to receive any money that has been pledged. We’re doing great so far, but we hope to exceed our goal of CAD$3000 and add Stretch Goals and more rewards along the...

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