Dance troupe tours the country, modernising a classic form of art
It's already nearly 8 in the evening, and Soung Sokunthy, 47, is applying make-up to her face as she prepares for a performance at Wat Koh Andet, about 50 kilometres from the capital of Takeo.
Publication date 31 October 2017 | 07:26 | ICT
Encountering the supernatural is a weekly occurrence for Um Kosal, a producer and DJ at Vayo FM Radio.
Publication date 20 October 2017 | 17:49 | ICT
The Indigenous People's Lodge in the lush highlands of Mondulkiri, one of the Kingdom's most sparsely populated provinces, offers of a taste of traditional life. Watch our video to find out more.
Publication date 20 October 2017 | 08:24 | ICT
Phnom Penh’s first horror film festival – a five-day spree celebrating the spooky, haunted and otherworldly – is underway, with a handful of events throughout the weekend, and three days of short films beginning on Tuesday.
How poet Chamnap Chhun built a following from the shadows, tackling social ills that most dare not discussPublication date 20 October 2017 | 06:49 | ICT
Before arranging a meeting in a Phnom Penh coffeeshop, Chamnap Chhun laid out a list of what to avoid: pictures, mention of age, legal name and hometown.
Publication date 13 October 2017 | 15:53 | ICT
Cambodia’s Tonle Sap lake has been the lifeblood of millions of people for centuries.
Publication date 12 October 2017 | 06:58 | ICT
Cinemagoers, be warned: the blockbuster sequel Kingsman: The Golden Circle won’t be playing in a theatre near you after all, with government officials yanking the action flick from the Kingdom’s screens over an allegedly negative portrayal of Cambodia deemed unacceptable for local audiences. The
Publication date 09 October 2017 | 07:26 | ICT
A Cambodian film may have its best chance yet at Oscars recognition, with the country’s submission for Best Foreign Film – Angelina Jolie and Rithy Panh’s First They Killed My Father – accepted for consideration.
Publication date 06 October 2017 | 09:26 | ICT
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Out of an apartment on the fourth floor of a high rise on Street 271, Khieu Sothina is putting the final touches with his stylus pen on the new chapter of The Present of the Past Girl, an online Khmer-language manga, a styl
Publication date 29 September 2017 | 08:57 | ICT
Christopher G Moore’s Memory Manifesto: A Walking Meditation through Cambodia is no easy linear stroll through remembrances past, despite what its title may suggest.