Short for Republic Generation, RG Band is a collection of talented young men who have come together to make a new brand of music.
White uniform, color belt, bare feet. The moment the little kids at Advance Learning Academy (ALA) don their doboks, they feel as if they are superheroes.
Jumping to a bigger dual edge, 5.7 inch Quad HD Super AMOLED screen, the Galaxy S6 edge+ reportedly offers a larger, better, more immersive multimedia experience.
Four young filmmakers hope to break into the film industry by winning awards at the Chaktomok Short Film Festival in September.
14-year-old Lon Chanboramey was never interested in martial arts. But, she decided to try Taekwondo in January after seeing some of her friends take it up as a hobby. She had no idea how it would change her life.
On the northern-most corner of Russian Market lies MRD Boutique, a sophisticated store which sells original clothes designed by the shop’s owner, Keo Morodok.
Youth from seven different universities gathered to celebrate Khmer art and performances at ‘We Are One’ cultural fair at Zaman University on August 8.
More than three hundred young people attended the 16th International Youth Day campaign aimed at promoting youth civic engagement and youth participation in politics.
Keo Morodok, a 20-year-old freshman at Limkokwing University majoring in Fashion Design and owner of the MRD Cambodia clothing line, wants to see more local products supported by Cambodians.
Khmer Pride, a Cambodian rap group, was formed in 2013 when Koa Punleur and three friends realized they all had the same appreciation for hip hop music and culture.
Known mostly from the Rooster Kool Short Film, ‘We Are One’, Thach Rath Kannchanna Marie has become well-recognized for her performing talents.
Located on the corner in front of Asia Europe University on the corner of street 146 and 257, Volcano Meatball, as they literally call the street food delicacy in Khmer, is often packed with university students.
Bophea Music Festival: Satan shows off their hit dance moves as the crowd cheered. KT Photos: Teck Chanrachna.
Catherine Harry, the Cambodian feminist blogger famous for ‘A Dose of Cath’, first learned that she had a bipolar disorder when she was 18, having been diagnosed by her psychologist.
Being a straight-A student in her accounting and finance major, Chan Sopheavotey has never disappointed her parents since she first set foot in CamEd Business School in 2013.
A group of university students from the “Drop Everything and Read” project (D.EAR) and from “Youth for Green” (YFG) will lead the field trip to the Preah Sihanouk Province.