The Santos Bar, across from Cordoba’s celebrated mosque, would normally be groaning with tourists tucking into its trademark Spanish tortillas. But with the coronavirus pandemic, “everything’s dead”, the owner says.
The giant reptile’s gaping mouth appears ready to consume its latest victim.
Not wanting to be famous or be seen in front of a camera, 40-year old Sok Visal is a music and film producer at KlapYaHandz, 802 Films, and Mekong Movies.
When coronavirus claimed its first victim in India’s largest slum in April, many feared the disease would turn its narrow, congested streets into a graveyard, with social distancing or contact tracing all but impossible.
Khmer noodles, curry, and other traditional street food have delighted foodies in Montreal, Canada, thanks to Cambodian-Canadian chef Yen Chanthy’s latest project called Touk.
A Zimbabwean entrepreneur in Africa’s top tobacco producer has launched the first local brand of hand-rolled cigars, defying coronavirus and economic odds to light up manufacturing.
In Cambodia, where a majority of people are Buddhist, it is rare to find a household without religious memorabilia.
A French designer in Cambodia has produced ecological face masks from lotus fibre to supply local and international markets with an eye on preserving ancestral techniques and supporting Cambodian women in rural communities.
Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama launched an assault on the music charts on Monday by releasing his first album to mark his 85th birthday.
‘What i miss most is the smell of my son when I kiss him, the smell of my wife’s body,” says Jean-Michel Maillard.