No McDonal’s, no Burger King, and even Starbucks here in Phnom Penh, the commercial, political and cultural hub of Cambodia. Phnom Penhers are very familiar with local brand: Lucky Burger, BB World, Lucky 7, the Pizza Company, and a few other smaller ones. Thing starts to change now, if not much. Agence France-Presse has a news story on Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC), a Malaysian fast food firm, making its way to the city of approximately two million people. Chinese food is good, so is Cambodian. But takeout junk food is a great option for busy people in bustling city. For sure, Phnom Penh is neither the first, nor the last destination; from China to Cambodia, the fast-food restaurants are, to young people, a popular place to hang out. Not quite sure whether this business has been established in Cameroon.