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For Beat Presser, a legendary Swiss cameraman, “there is no such thing as a good or a bad photograph.” With five decades of experience in this field, he is well-known for capturing images of Cambodia.
Saint is one of the most popular Cambodian artists on social media, who creates anime illustrations and digital art to tell stories about culture, literature, education, mental health, environment and lifestyle.
Plant-based packaging materials are becoming increasingly popular for offerings in Phnom Penh and some other provinces, which is a positive environmental trend and alternative to plastic.
Near a flower shop in Central Market, a white-haired man with a beautiful smile is sitting alone at a little table, looking satisfied while writing a greeting card for a bouquet of flowers.
After months of closures, film fans are excited to get back to the cinema and see some new films, including Disney’s Mulan.
The Japanese Film Festival, which is held every year in Cambodia and has allowed local cinemagoers to watch a number of films from the “land of the rising sun” for free.
Media outlets across the world reported on his death, including the New York Times and the BBC, with the latter calling him a “symbol of Khmer Rouge horror”.
Chhang Vanlika left Cambodia for Malaysia in 2018 in pursuit of higher education. Despite Vanlika’s worries about stepping out of her comfort zone, her parents wanted her to experience the challenge of living independently in a foreign country.
After years of promoting the benefits of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) skills in high school education, young Cambodians are seen to be sharpening their skills to keep pace with the rest of the world.
Cambodians often tell the younger generation, “never forget your living gods”, or in other words, never forget your parents.
$150,000 worth of daily necessities for food security and COVID-19 response for vulnerable people in Cambodia
KOICA, Korea’s leading development cooperation agency, supported emergency kits for food security and COVID-19 response to vulnerable people in Cambodia who are struggling with the current economic issue.
The American coming-of-age drama All Together Now premiered over the weekend, inciting tears, smiles, hope, and maybe even a new faith in humanity, but it could have done so much better with a more flawed protagonist.
In his home country of France, André Malraux (1901- 1976) was known as an award-winning novelist, a famous art theorist, and a remarkable minister in President Charles de Gaulle’s administration.
In this modern era, nearly everyone has their own ‘Aladdin’s lamp’. Therefore, for many of us, we rarely go hungry. Over-eating has become the new norm.
LM Lima Angkor Food produces some of the most popular traditional Khmer biscuits in Siem Reap province. For several years the cookies have been stocked in supermarkets across the Kingdom, even being purchase as souvenirs by tourists.
After months of closures due to the pandemic, Cambodian movie theatres are now back in operation, opening their doors to film buffs and fanatics alike.
Millions of women around the world are not realising their dreams for countless reasons, from marriage and motherhood to societal pressure and pre-designated gender roles.
At the age of 15, Khorn Chhoovern – a grade 10 student in Kralanh high school – already makes enough money from his drawing talents to support his family.
The latest Netflix feel-good comedy “Work It”, is definitely welcome amid the pandemic, but the played-out narrative, unfortunately, leaves it a little lacklustre.
The arrival of “Tiny Creatures” on Netflix proves that it is not impossible to shoot a documentary amid the pandemic. Unfortunately, the so-called nature documentary has drummed up controversy regarding its production.
A newly opened bakery is making waves in Phnom Penh’s pastry scene.
If you have ever been to Singapore, you may have been lucky enough to try the popular dish known as Hainanese Chicken Rice. For many years, it has been recommended by travellers and Singaporeans alike as the must-try food when you visit.
A group of Cambodian classical dancers, after years of tireless work, has gained recognition as the first and only spiritual dance troupe in Cambodia.
Talking about sex and reproductive health can still often be considered either humiliating for Cambodian women or come with stigma.
Since its official opening in March this year, The Prestige Hospital has been focused on developing the services of the Singaporean-standard hospital in Phnom Penh.
Their brainstorming led to Bouyky opting for local handmade products to showcase thoughtfulness and originality.
Supposing that you were single, would you embrace your singlehood and freedom or would you never stop looking for a partner?
In the past week, the upcoming Disney animated film “Raya and the Last Dragon” has drawn special attention among Cambodian social media users and cinemagoers.