In 1998, a man from Siem Reap town began collecting examples of coins and banknotes from around the world.
Arjay Stevens, the bio-scientist and pharmacist turned independent photographer and researcher, is holding a farewell exhibition titled Look Up – Billboards: Cambodia’s Vanished Art.
Eleven communities took part in the 3rd solidarity seed festival held on March 21-22 in Boribor district of Kampong Chhnang province, where they exchanged seeds between each community that are from plant strains preserved since ancestral times.
A new documentary, The Perfect Motion, or Tep Hattha in Khmer, will premiere to the public on April 1.
Cambodian Restaurant Week, a week-long event promoting Khmer food in Long Beach, in the US state of California, is being held to bring people together and celebrate the Kingdom’s rich culinary history and share it with the multitude of ethnic communities in Long Beach, California, and around the US
One decades-old car claimed to have a special relationship to Cambodian history sits among the many hundreds-of years-old antique items, as well as an assortment of more recent artefacts, at the privately-owned Vimean Sokha Museum in Siem Reap.
The vast majority of reusable bamboo chopsticks are imported; meaning the environmental cost of transporting them can sometimes outweigh the benefits that come with avoiding cheap disposable cutlery. One man in Takeo province is slowly restoring that balance.
Phnom Kulen is part of Kulen National Park, the site of historical significance as the birthplace of the Khmer empire, 40km away from Siem Reap town.
Artworks come in all colours, shapes, sizes and medium, as determined by the creativity of the artists, be they painted on a canvas or sketched in pencil or ink – or perhaps even crafted in sand or portrayed through shadows.
Sastra sleuk rith, or palm tree leaf manuscripts, were a traditional means for Cambodians to keep records and preserve knowledge.