Publication date 15 February 2019 | 14:55 | ICT
RUSSIA is famous for its vodka and many other local varieties of alcohol, with its people regarded as among the highest consumers of alcohol in the world. When it comes to coffee, however, many Russians enjoy an Indonesian product – Torabika Cappuccino.
Publication date 15 February 2019 | 14:51 | ICT
JAPAN’S Sakura or cherry blossom season is feverishly anticipated by locals and visitors alike. Many tourists plan their entire trips around the blooms, and Japanese flock to parks in their millions to enjoy the seasonal spectacle.
Publication date 15 February 2019 | 14:05 | ICT
Organised by a group of local and expat women, this weekend Cambodia will host its first feminist arts festival, as the three day Phnom Fem Fest (PFF) begins on Friday celebrating and empowering women, and creating positive discours
Publication date 14 February 2019 | 15:46 | ICT
MORE than one billion young people risk damaging their hearing through excessive use of smartphones and other audio devices, the UN warned on Tuesday, proposing new safety standards for safe volume levels.
Publication date 13 February 2019 | 09:47 | ICT
In a studio in Sen Sok district’s Phnom Penh Thmey commune, a team of six aspiring young digital artists work diligently on their desktops while Yok Chivalry walks around observing, ready to give advice and technical support.
Publication date 12 February 2019 | 17:51 | ICT
A return to cultural roots in Tbong Khmum’s traditional fishing festival. The festivities – lasting three days and two nights – are held each year after the crop harvest, and commemorate Cambodia’s proud fishing heritage.
Publication date 12 February 2019 | 17:21 | ICT
Bare-chested men in brightly coloured belts grapple for possession of a giant wooden ball at a Vietnamese festival, tumbling from corner to corner as hundreds of excited spectators cheer them on.
Publication date 12 February 2019 | 14:41 | ICT
Tucked away in a neglected slum area near Boeung Kak Lake, a young aspiring football coach is harnessing the power of sport for social empowerment and to improve the lives of some of the nation’s poorest children through his charita
Publication date 12 February 2019 | 09:23 | ICT
Waist-HIGH in muddy waters, Sam Phoeun plunges his woven bamboo trap into Boeung Krom Lake, before sticking his arm through the mouth of the basket with childlike glee in hopes of snagging a snakefish.
Publication date 11 February 2019 | 18:53 | ICT
The wall is graffiti artist Yi Kakada's canvas. The artist is on mission to bridge classical Khmer art with contemporary tastes.