- 23 May 2013
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- 17 May 2013
Going on a last minute business trip to Phnom Penh? Do you live in the city but want a stay at a posh hotel? Impulsive hotel bookers will have an easier time making same-day reservations in the capital as the HotelQuickly app expands its coverage to Phnom Penh.
- 15 May 2013
Architects David Cole and Louise McKillop were visiting schools on the strife-stricken Ma Sot border between Thailand and Burma when they hit their first design challenge.
- 13 May 2013
In an outdoor amphitheatre in the grounds of the National Museum, the traditional Cambodian music and dance show Plae Pakaa opens for its evening performance.
- 09 May 2013
Last week Glamazon 2.0, the glittery arts and entertainment- style exhibition, included guests ranging from business executives and socialites to NGO personel and supporters of the community.
- 07 May 2013
From serene meditations on Irish waterways to violent wrangles over drinking water, the alternately peaceful and politically charged subject of rivers will be the focus of Cambodia’s annual European Union Film Festival.
- 06 May 2013
In a country where truth-seekers have been brutally repressed, the Yangon Film School (YFS) is something of an oasis – a place where free expression is actively encouraged through documentary.
- 02 May 2013
As a photojournalist in Southeast Asia, Erika Piñeros is used to training her lens on stark subject matter, such as forced evictions and dying traditions.
- 02 May 2013