Turning destructive items into beauty

Publication date 15 June 2018 | 09:22 | ICT

Lotuses, the Tree of Life, leafs, doves – these have been popular designs for jewellery from time immemorial. At Angkor Bullet Jewellery they prove to be big sellers as well. However, the material used may turn some heads.



  • Let it glow, let it glow, let it glow

    Publication date 01 June 2018 | 08:56 | ICT

    It's now easier than ever to make a glowing impression on your friends the next time you go clubbing, thanks to online business Glow It Up which was started to help Cambodia’s young and trendy embrace the new fashion in luminous clo

  • Famous photographer finds his old painting

    Publication date 28 May 2018 | 09:44 | ICT

    As alumni of the Royal University of Fine Arts (RUFA) returned to retrieve paintings they had made for their assignments, a well-known Cambodian photographer spotted one of his among the pile.

  • A Siem Reap day tour that you can bank on

    Publication date 25 May 2018 | 11:11 | ICT

    For tourists in Siem Reap who seek out things to do after visiting Angkor Wat and the markets, and want a closer look at Cambodian society, tours of the countryside are not a bad idea.

  • Proof giants walked among us humans?

    Publication date 17 May 2018 | 11:17 | ICT

    For years a debate has waged about whether certain bas relief carvings at the 12th-century To Prohm Temple, one of the most popular attractions at the Angkor Wat Temple Complex in Siem Reap province, depicted dinosaurs or some rathe

  • Sisowath Siriwudd on set during a shoot in July 2016.

    Jailbreak to make its debut on Netflix

    Publication date 02 May 2018 | 07:17 | ICT

    Jailbreak, the genre-busting Cambodian film that opened last year to critical acclaim both at home and abroad has earned another honour: Come Wednesday, the film will be making its Netflix debut.

  • Bringing Khmer dance down to earth

    Publication date 13 April 2018 | 07:31 | ICT

    How a new incubator program is helping classical dancers with the practical side of their craft

  • A performance during the 2017 Bonn Phum festival, which will have three days of festivities this year, beginning on Friday. The festival is a celebration of both innovation and traditional arts that has grown in popularity over five years. Supplied/Staxc

    Bonn Phum 2018: ‘Village festival’ back with focus on music and tech

    Publication date 06 April 2018 | 08:55 | ICT

    After attracting an estimated 30,000 visitors last year, the Bonn Phum festival is back for its fifth annual Khmer New Year celebration of traditional arts and youthful creativity.

  • A layered photograph by Miguel Jeronimo of the casino Naga 2, a symbol of opulence, over a Cambodian woman. Photo supplied

    Exhibit grapples with question of Phnom Penh’s identity

    Publication date 06 April 2018 | 08:57 | ICT

    For one group of artists, the rapidly changing face of Phnom Penh raises the question: what is this city’s identity?

  • Lay Sovichea with his newly published book Khmer Pinyin, in which he presents a new system for writing Khmer in the Latin alphabet.

    Book takes a stab at romanising Khmer

    Publication date 06 April 2018 | 08:59 | ICT

    Lay Sovichea has taken on a task that at first glance seems mundane, if not tedious. He is trying to standardise a system for writing Khmer with the Roman alphabet, giving some order to what is now a haphazard method.

  • A promotional poster for Missionaries, Mercenaries and Monsters, which is showing this weekend. Photo supplied

    Phnom Penh Players’ new show holds mirror to expat life

    Publication date 30 March 2018 | 07:17 | ICT

    It's human nature to want to see your life reflected back as art. It’s exactly this kind of harmless narcissism that wins awards for movies about movie-making – think The Disaster Artist or La La Land.