As Urban traffic gets more miserable, entrepreneurs are looking to a future in which commuters hop into “air taxis” that whisk them over clogged roads.
Twenty works of art created by local legend Leang Seckon under the unifying theme Growing Wings will be exhibited at Hong Kong’s Rossi & Rossi Gallery on May 21.
A few years ago, Meach Sithyka Jessica became the first-ever Cambodian woman to graduate from the US Military Academy at West Point, and since then her courage and determination has served as an inspiration for other Cambodian women.
With a dash of urban greenery and an atmosphere heavy with nostalgia, a new roof top pop-up market located in a seven-decades-old building will return on May 7-8, offering locally made products and a unique shopping experience.
‘When I see the trees that I planted or donated provide benefits to people,” Nao Sok says, “It makes me so happy, I want to do more.”
Than Sok’s The Shapes of Water – or Kbach Teuk in Khmer – is a series of 18 compositions in acrylic paint on canvas with repeated motifs in blue, green, yellow ochre and gray backgrounds meant to represent water’s mobility and the transformations it has undergone from the ancient past on through to
A major Walter Sickert retrospective opens at London’s Tate Britain Gallery on Thursday, with more than 150 works showcasing the revolutionary British painter.
Kenneth Tsang, a stalwart of the “Golden Age” of Cantonese cinema, was found dead in a Hong Kong hotel room on Wednesday while undergoing mandatory quarantine after returning from overseas, local media reported.
An ancient trading ship carrying wine that lay undiscovered at the bottom of the Mediterranean for more than 2,000 years has been damaged and looted since being discovered by archaeologists, French authorities said on Wednesday.
When Olivia Wilde was handed a mysterious envelope on stage midway through her presentation before a packed Las Vegas audience, many assumed it was the set-up for an elaborate joke.