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.
As part of the 23rd Angkor Wat International Half Marathon that just finished on December 2, the principal sponsor of this marathon, Manulife, organised a three-day entertainment-and-health promoting zone in Siem Reap to engage with
Artist Channa Chhum displays a clear change in his method of expression in his new exhibition at Mirage Contemporary Art Space in Siem Reap town.
A GROUP of Japanese grannies emerges from a boat returning to shore. Clad in black wetsuits and bubbling with energy, they are part of a dwindling community of “ama” – freediving fisherwomen.
The Brew Cruise is essentially three functions in one: a relaxing sunset river cruise, a hilarious stand-up comedy show and a thumping live music gig. Riel Brewing craft ales will also be available onboard and on tap throughout.
A NEARLY 1,000-year-old ink painting by one of China’s greatest literati masters Su Shi fetched $59.5 million at auction, Christie’s said on Monday.
SOUTH African lawmakers will seek to end the breeding of lions for trophy hunting and the trade in their bones, setting parliament on a collision course with a powerful industry.
NORWEGIAN cruise operator Hurtigruten plans to use dead fish to power some of its ships, it said on Monday, as it seeks to reduce its pollution and climate change impact.
On a cutting board, slices of red and green apples, carrots and yellow pears have been prepared for juicing before being poured into bottles and labelled “So Fresh Juice”.