The game-changer that wasn’t: Meeting the reclusive man behind what may be the first written record from inside the Khmer Rouge
The nearest neighbour to Ith Sarin’s villa in Siem Reap is about five minutes away, and that’s no coincidence.
Publication date 01 February 2018 | 16:14 | ICT
A 'Super Blue Blood Moon' was seen over Cambodia last night, with the Moon appearing brighter than usual and tinged a dusty brown colour.
Publication date 31 January 2018 | 17:14 | ICT
Dear readers, Whether the wilds of Koh Kong, the temples of Angkor Wat or everyday street life in Phnom Penh, now is your chance to see your photography in print.
Publication date 31 January 2018 | 07:15 | ICT
On a hot afternoon this week, more than 20 men sit in a nameless café in the Boeung Keng Kang III neighbourhood of the capital.
Publication date 26 January 2018 | 08:38 | ICT
Oum Dara was once the songwriter, composer and violinist behind some of Cambodian music’s most legendary singers like Sinn Sisamouth and Ros Sereysothea.
Publication date 25 January 2018 | 09:02 | ICT
Across the street from Wat Botum earlier this week, musicians Julien Poulson, Jean-Luc Jousse and Hollie Lewis were lounging by the pool at the guesthouse Villa Grange, the headquarters for the Phnom Penh portion of the inaugural Fo
Publication date 23 January 2018 | 07:08 | ICT
On Sunday, some of Phnom Penh’s top chefs were initiated into the newly formed Cambodian chapter of the international culinary association Disciples d’Escoffier – in a ceremony that included sashes with miniature copper saucepans, t
Publication date 19 January 2018 | 08:27 | ICT
After performing at the Ecran Cinema in Kampot last night, elevator-engineer-turned-comic Gina Yashere and 84-year-old stand-up artist Lynn Ruth Miller will perform back-to-back shows tonight and on Saturday in Phnom Penh.
Nearly a century after the bloody murder of a French colonial official, a village still bears the mark of the ‘beast’Publication date 19 January 2018 | 07:12 | ICT
The road to Kraang Leav village, branching off the main highway five minutes northwest of Kampong Chhnang town, leads to a moss-covered stupa boxed in by a stone fence.
Publication date 18 January 2018 | 08:41 | ICT
They're kept in metal bowls, plastic buckets and in jars, and often found on the side, or even at the centre, of Khmer dishes. Sometimes they are vegetables, other times fruits, and even fish, crabs or ants.
Publication date 16 January 2018 | 07:45 | ICT
In the white-walled exhibition room of Sa Sa Bassac gallery lives, for the time being, a collection of amorphous wire sculptures, hanging from the walls and ceiling, or draped over pedestals, as part of a solo show by Tith Kanitha,