Publication date 05 December 2019 | 23:03 | ICT
A photography exhibit chronicling the lives of forest rangers working toward the environmental protection of the jungles in Koh Kong province will be displayed on Saturday at the capital’s 5 Drunk Men sky bar.
Publication date 01 December 2019 | 20:35 | ICT
Vowing to preserve Khmer culture and tradition, a former monk who mastered the skill of inscribing palm leaf manuscripts uses the craft to earn a living.
Publication date 24 November 2019 | 21:42 | ICT
Home to one of Spain’s most important private art collections that includes paintings by Goya, Velazquez and Rubens, the Liria Palace was for decades Madrid’s best kept cultural secret.
Publication date 18 November 2019 | 16:59 | ICT
“When I first started earning money, I felt overwhelmed knowing there are people interested in my work”, said Sokun Kanika, a young female artist who spent years trying to hone her skills in painting.
Publication date 17 November 2019 | 23:02 | ICT
Commerce begins to make its way out of Central Market and onto the streets as the sun begins to set and vendors line up rack after rack of trendy T-shirts for sale on the roads outside.
Publication date 04 November 2019 | 21:48 | ICT
The Water Festival aligns with the date of the full moon in the Khmer lunar calendar month of Kadeuk (or Kartika in Sanskrit) when the rice crops in paddy fields are ready for harvest.
Publication date 04 November 2019 | 21:04 | ICT
The sweet smell of candies wafts through downtown Cairo’s historic Bab al-Bahr street as the Muslim Prophet Mohammed’s birthday, known as “Al Mawlid Al Nabawi”, draws near.
Publication date 03 November 2019 | 21:33 | ICT
The Cambodia National Art Festival is set to celebrate its 20th anniversary from November 14-16 through the theme of leather art.
Publication date 03 November 2019 | 21:05 | ICT
First there was Tutu, the “African Mona Lisa” sold last year for $1.5 million. Then a second portrait by revered Nigerian painter Ben Enwonwu, called Christine, sold in mid-October for $1.4 million.
Publication date 28 October 2019 | 20:39 | ICT
A rare masterpiece by Italian early Renaissance master Cimabue that was discovered in a French kitchen was sold on Sunday for €24 million ($26.6 million), about five times the initial estimate.