A moving photography exhibition displaying the ancient Chinese tradition of women with bound feet is being held in Siem Reap, as the city hosts the 10-day-long 14th annual Angkor Photo Festival.
IN A a dimly lit corner of a bustling market in Mexico City, vendors of amulets, voodoo dolls and other mystical objects sell tiny, taxidermied hummingbirds as charms to bring luck in love.
Street art festival, Cambodia Urban Art, returns for its fourth edition this weekend, displaying street murals around Phnom Penh by talented young artists from around the world.
CROSS the road, it’s now or never. Or that’s what residents in the German town of Friedberg may start humming when their traffic light jumps to green to reveal a hip-swivelling Elvis Presley.
Each morning, millions of Cambodians start their day with the traditional Khmer meal of steamed rice with pork.
FOR 16 years leather carving artist Nhek Sirey Rattana has been committed to helping orphaned children motivated by his childhood growing up in poor conditions with only his grandmother.
A Cambodian entrepreneur has launched a stylish high-end watch, hoping to promote the Khmer creative talent and increase demand for the Kingdom’s products abroad.
Phnom penh hosted Cambodia’s first ocean themed film festival this week, with Siem Reap the next destination for the travelling film showcase.
WHAT do you give the world’s most literate country for its 100th birthday? For Finland’s politicians and public, the answer was simple – a vast, state-of-the-art library, a new “living room for the nation”.
THREE ethnic Khmer handicraft villages in Vietnam’s Tra Vinh provinces have expanded over the past four years due to high demand and support from local authorities.