WEDDINGS are joyous occasions worldwide, and each culture has its own way of celebrating love, usually with a good old-fashioned party.
THE art of rock and roll is getting its due at an upcoming show at New York’s Met museum, which is decking its halls with instruments from the genre’s greats.
Armed with his conviction that housing is a basic human right that should be available to all, Sinn Mang – a former carpenter from a small fishing village in Kandal province – has dedicated the past five years of his life to constru
THE abdication of Japan’s outgoing Emperor Akihito and the enthronement of his son Naruhito will be solemn, ritual-bound affairs complete with sumptuous clothing and sacred paraphernalia.
A SPARKLING new addition to New York’s cultural offerings opened on Friday, a highly anticipated interdisciplinary complex aiming to be an everyman’s art space in the upscale Hudson Yards real estate development.
Growing up in poverty, Soun Vincent never had an opportunity to properly sharpen his talents through a formal art education.
FOR decades, fast-food giant Burger King has been the undisputed Home of the Whopper – the chain’s signature sandwich featuring one of its flame-grilled, “no nonsense” 100 per cent beef patties.
THOUSANDS of devotees flocked to a mock palace of kaleidoscopic colours in Myanmar this week to dance, sing and pay their final respects at the lavish cremation of a local celebrity monk.
NO SOONER had Japan announced the name of its next imperial era than enterprising businesses across the country began emblazoning “Reiwa” on everything from cupcakes to keychains.
When driving down Phnom Penh’s Street 99, it’s impossible for one to miss the colourful pink and red buildings standing out from the drab grey buildings surrounding them.