Publication date 20 October 2019 | 21:02 | ICT
Currently hanging on the walls of the National Museum of Cambodia in Phnom Penh are rare black and white photographs of Cambodian royalty with Czech leaders, depicting the history of relations between the two countries.
Publication date 20 October 2019 | 21:00 | ICT
The narrow lanes of Kumhar Gram are buzzing with activity ahead of Diwali as generations of potters race to create clay decorations for customers across the country – and beyond.
Publication date 13 October 2019 | 21:08 | ICT
While it is increasingly common these days to find imported souvenirs and household items at tourist destinations across the Kingdom, a small community in Svay Rieng province is thriving through their traditional handicraft heritage
Publication date 06 October 2019 | 20:25 | ICT
From weaving to embroidery, the world of textiles – often largely ignored at Western contemporary art showcases – took centre stage last weekend at the “Frieze London” art fair.
Publication date 22 September 2019 | 21:27 | ICT
With easy internet accessibility and fast-growing tech communities in the Kingdom, people who are willing to pay for entertaining and educational content can now try a new documentary video streaming service.
Publication date 16 September 2019 | 21:08 | ICT
While temples in the Kingdom are welcoming Buddhist laities for food offerings during this year’s annual 15-day Pchum Ben festival, the monk at the Three Rocks pagoda located on the western edge of Phnom Tbeng in Preah Vihear provin
Publication date 16 September 2019 | 19:11 | ICT
Muharram is the first month of the Muslim calendar, but not one to celebrate – rather, it is a month of mourning, observed in particular by Shias worldwide.
Publication date 15 September 2019 | 20:25 | ICT
There's food on the walls of Balai Seni Maybank, and it smiles at you. The Rojak Project, an initiative by social enterprise TRP Creatives, has 49 digital portraits made from local food by workshop participants here.
Publication date 08 September 2019 | 23:23 | ICT
Beginning this Saturday, when the waning moon marks two weeks until the commencement of Pchum Ben religious festivities, you may notice that locals will carry intricately decorated, tiered-containers into pagodas.
Publication date 28 August 2019 | 19:01 | ICT
The ‘cute’ appeal of hand-drawn painting ‘Little Apsara’ has attracted many young people to Soth Lina’s work.