Khmer Times/Youth Today supplement’s Say Tola recently interviewed Neo Say Wee, Himawari Microbrewery’s brewmaster.
To better understand the construction techniques and challenges of ancient Khmer potters, ceramist master Serge Rega founded the National Centre for Khmer Ceramics Revival in Siem Reap province.
But the road to fame for Mr Chetra has not been a path of roses. In 2002, Mr Chetra’s father passed away and his mother soon fell ill.
In 2015, Ms Theary left Cambodia to work in Singapore after working for several years in the Kingdom’s banking sector.
The 3rd Global Alumni Convention, organised by IDP Education, was presided over by Prak Sokhonn, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.
The event featured ceramic pieces decorated by the artist: hand crafted teddy bears from the Khmer Ceramic & Fine Arts Centre kilns.
“Miss Peregrine’s and Home for peculiar Children” is an intriguingly eccentric piece of art by American author Ransom Riggs.
Well-known author Kong Bunchhoeun wrote “Ampel Ampek” or firefly in 1995. The book depicts society where people only respect the rich and view the poor with disdain.
Akiko Kitamura, a Japanese choreographer and dancer, brought her second international collaborative project on contemporary dance, named “Cross Transit”, to the Department of Performing Arts last week.
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The number of parents seeking treatment for sick children rose dramatically between May and November this year compared to 2016, with a particular spike from September to November.
Out of her strong motivation to help Cambodian designers, Chin Themy founded the fashion company BeU in the US.
The short film “Khema,” directed by Hang Sokharo, won the Best Screenplay award at the recent Chaktomuk Film Festival 2017.
Khmer Times/Youth Today supplement’s Say Tola recently interviewed Chhoun Udom, 28, winner of the Phnom Penh’s Best Gin & Tonic award at the local Gin Jubilee 2017 competition.
Every young person has the right to learn new skills in a safe, supportive environment, and education is one of the most wide-reaching and beneficial investments in children’s futures.
To promote awareness of cultural and environmental issues, 123 students from about 20 universities have volunteered to help organise the “We Are One” event, which will be launched on Nov. 18 at Chaktomuk Hall.
Aiming to raise awareness among students about the importance of keeping the city clean, about 20 volunteer youths from the Sa-at project held their first event as part of the “Clean Phnom Penh” or “Phnom Penh Sa-at” campaign at Asian International School.
The embassy of Japan and the Japan foundation in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts and the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Centre held the third Japanese film festival.