In Cambodia people with disabilities are often invisible to most able-bodied people and when they are seen it’s often through a lens of victimhood that focuses on a presumed lack of independence or the idea that begging will be their only source of income.
Having never seen mountains with his own eyes when he was young, Hean Rangsey had to make do with the drawings of them he’d seen in a book he’d read.
In front of a bundle of palm fronds, Halima Mohamad squats down to weave in an abandoned school in Tawergha, a town once a flashpoint in Libya’s decade-long war.
A self-taught artist, Eng Sam Ath is known for his lively and detailed sculptural reliefs of Buddha’s life story as well as his sculptures inspired by Angkorian wall carvings.
An open call has been made for artists to apply to have their works exhibited at the Penh Art Fair.
Having spent their time off during the pandemic on rehearsals and practice, Phare Circus performers are re-energised and excited to return to the stage to do a six-week run of shows at The Factory Phnom Penh, the capital’s new creative hub.
Young adults dressed to the nines in kimonos gathered at venues in Japan on January 11 to celebrate reaching the age of majority, although many of the usually jubilant events were cancelled over virus fears.
There are at least 11 types of yoga styles, with the most popular being Vinyasa yoga, Hatha yoga, Iyengar yoga, Kundalini yoga, Ashtanga yoga, Bikram yoga, Yin yoga and Restorative yoga.
Dangling beautifully from Noun Molyna’s ears, the local earrings handmade from polymer clay has won the hearts of local and international clients who prefer arty accessories that make a statement.
Dotted with amazing ancient temples, the sacred land of Angkor in Siem Reap province has a lot more cultural experiences to offer travellers.