Cambodia has a growing alcohol problem, but the severity of the situation seems to be masked underneath the confusing world of statistics and figures.
An’s folly was “League of Legends”, a fantasy fight game that consumed her for 18 hours a day until she joined a school for troubled teens which features the real-world hard knocks of Vietnam’s homegrown martial art.
Despite creating tens of thousands of drawings in a career spanning nearly 70 years, British illustrator Quentin Blake is still surprised at his success ahead of his latest exhibition.
For a man, getting a haircut is not as difficult a decision as it is for a woman – the main question men think about is how short or long their new hairstyle should be.
In most societies, markets are the beating heart of the community. They are more than just places of commerce – they are where the majority of people start their day.
Carlos Campos arrived in the United States alone at age 13 and without papers, after nine months of walking and hitchhiking across three countries.
Trader Afzal Baig tugs at his horse, frustrated by its stubborn refusal to take another step along a treacherous, snow-covered mountain pass that is peppered with the skeletons of those who have already failed the journey.
A Bollywood movie about an inventor who created a revolutionary machine that makes cheap sanitary pads hits screens this week, challenging taboos surrounding menstruation in socially conservative India.
The sugary pop songs of South Korean groups BTS, EXO and BlackPink might be sung in Korean but it has not stopped Palestinian refugee teenager Tasnim from being an avid fan from her home in war-torn Syria.
The past couple of years have been a roller-coaster for Maurice Cushinberry – first of homelessness, substance abuse and legal trouble, and then of sudden stability.
It was when Kubra Khademi stopped the traffic in Kabul, and men began to throw stones at her and bay for her blood, that she knew she was going to have to leave the country.
The arrest of ten foreigners over charges of producing pornographic images in Siem Reap last week has grabbed the attention of local and foreign audiences.
The instruments are made of ice, at the 13th Ice Music Festival in Finse.
Timberlake danced his way through a club-inspired Super Bowl halftime show.
Hipsters and entrepreneurs rub shoulders with homeless and immigrants.
Campaigners in the Philippines are using a smartphone app to send users to locations with condom dispensers in a bid to promote safe sex.
The Singapore Club Cambodia organised a networking event called “Shiok Night” at Samba Elite last Friday.
Boeung Kak was once the largest urban lake in Cambodia and was in the north of Phnom Penh with a vibrant community living on its edges. Then along came the developers.
Phnom Penh’s Riverside area is rapidly turning into a den of iniquity and it isn’t hard to see why.
A $23 million venture fund aiming to tackle the threat of forced labour in big businesses with the help of tech startups was launched on Tuesday, backed by brands from Disney to Walmart.