IN 2010, Solida Seng attended a get-together at a beer garden and witnessed an unpleasant scene she’d likely never forget. Her male colleagues invited a group of the bar’s women staff over and began groping them without consent.
To aid the fight against Covid-19, Siem Reap-based Eco-Soap Bank (ESB), a non-profit organisation which is on a mission to provide soap to as many children as possible, last month gave out over 6,500 bars of soap to 80 organisations
Having chosen not to stand idle as the development of the country becomes increasingly reliant on foreign investment, Pot Sophal established an organisation in Tbong Khmum province that provides free education to disadvantaged child
A vital part of the Kingdom’s recycling efforts, a group of scavengers lined the riverside in Phnom Penh last week to accept new carts to collect their cans and bottles, a project carried out by two foreigners and partially funded b
Ethical travel doesn’t have to be just about supporting the work of NGOs or charities through donations. It can also be about supporting local artists.
Fifteen years ago, Nick Coffill and Jon De Rule visited Siem Reap to explore business opportunities. They ended up falling in love with shadow puppetry – one of Cambodia’s most beloved art forms.
The Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF) rolled out its second year of giving grants aimed at developing talent under its Cambodian Arts Training Awards: Launching Innovation, Style and Talent (Cata:list).
Australian couple Andrew and Janine Judd came to Cambodia on holiday in 2006.
In December last year, members of Cambodia’s first gay Apsara dance company, Prumsodun Ok and Natyarasa, swayed gracefully to traditional music as they performed the Prayer to the Earth Goddess on a small stage at the capit
Traditional Khmer dancing, yike opera, mohori music, and Cambodia’s ancient art of puppetry – these were only some of the captivating performances featured last December during the commemoration of the Khmer Cultural Development Ins