Publication date 16 February 2020 | 21:47 | ICT
Just as the mythical Apsaras bring thumb and index finger together in a gesture known as ‘falling fruit’, so do garment workers use the same fingers to pick up a needle that helps them earn an income to support their families.
Publication date 11 February 2020 | 22:55 | ICT
An American museum has come up with a bold way to boost women’s participation in the arts: this year it will only acquire works by females.
Publication date 10 February 2020 | 21:36 | ICT
Every year, tens of thousands of tourists flock to the snow festival in the northern Japanese city of Sapporo, attracted by some 200 large, but intricate ice sculptures. But this year, there’s a problem: no snow.
Publication date 09 February 2020 | 21:39 | ICT
A new social media communicator is chilling Cambodians to the bone with eerie ghost stories.
Publication date 05 February 2020 | 18:10 | ICT
The Meak Bochea Day is an event held on a full moon day to commemorate when Buddha announced the creation of Buddhism. This year, Buddhist followers are celebrating the event on February 8.
Publication date 02 February 2020 | 21:27 | ICT
In a traditional wooden house in the mountains of Mondulkiri, a Bunong woman dressed in traditional attire and accessories sings a cheerful song.
Publication date 27 January 2020 | 21:21 | ICT
In Cairo's centuries-old Darb al-Ahmar district, Salama Mahmoud Salama's traditional dye workshop is a multi-coloured hive of workers busy with all kinds of fabrics.
Publication date 26 January 2020 | 21:26 | ICT
The annual Cambodia Urban Art Festival is gearing up for another round of creative fun in Siem Reap until January 29, following its conclusion of activities in the capital on Sunday.
Publication date 21 January 2020 | 21:08 | ICT
A gloomy self-portrait by Vincent van Gogh was declared genuine on Monday after decades of uncertainty, experts identifying it as the only work painted by the Dutch master while he suffered from psychosis.
Publication date 20 January 2020 | 20:57 | ICT
Mamadou Boye Diallo, an art curator with a penchant for heart-shaped glasses, calls Dakar's working-class Medina neighbourhood an open-air museum.