Don’t blink or you’ll miss it: the most prestigious women’s professional tennis tournament is happening on October 21 to 28.
Cambodia observes a myriad of traditions and rituals all throughout the year, with each celebration bearing a significant meaning and purpose. On September 25, Khmer Buddhists started the 15-day Pchum Ben religious festival or Ancestors Day.
Cambodia’s acclaimed filmmaker Rithy Panh has produced yet another emotional masterpiece through his ‘Graves Without A Name’. This latest documentary gives a more moving and intimate take on the historic Khmer Rouge regime.
In fact, heated debates continuously erupt among Khmers and Thais about a traditional dance that’s based on the Indian epic Ramayana and features mask-wearing characters in elaborate costumes. Khmers call it ‘Lakhaon Kaol’; Thais call it ‘Khon’.
While fats’ contribution to a spectrum of health risks have been widely discussed, it is time to clear the air and start a discourse on some of its positive qualities.
Siem Reap attracts tourists and talent, but it also attracts dark-side denizens – internationally wanted desperadoes, villains, perverts and weirdoes.
It’s not a secret that Cambodia has been hit by the “Halyu” – the Korean Wave – in the past years. We are all fans of Korean fashion, K-pop groups and K-dramas.
Poets from Macedonia, Belgium, the Netherlands, Ireland, Australia, France, Slovenia and from various corners of India will be in the Indian city of Kolkata in November for ‘The Chair Poetry Evenings’ hosted by the Chair Literary Trust in the city.
‘Kokoli’ tells a story of a fishing community facing the loss of livelihoods and land as sea levels rise in the eastern state of Odisha, writes Annie Banerji.
I think, it is safe to say, that one of the most common veterinary procedures in any clinic today is castration (also known as spay/neuter or sterilisation). Globally, it is almost as routine as vaccinations or deworming.
Project Stream, a streaming service tasked with solving the issues plaguing video game streaming, has been announced by Google.
Imagine spending over $1,000 on Apple’s shiny new iPhone XS or XS Max and then realising that it fails to charge consistently when plugged in.
Every year from September to October, guests from around the world visit Universal Studios Singapore™ in search of a good scare.
‘Z Nation’ is an American post-apocalyptic television series that has a sort of mockumentary feel as the series plays on the ridiculousness of the circumstances it presents, blending horror with humor and some surprisingly heartfelt moments.
Many people in the corporate world somehow believe in sleeping less to achieve more. Thus, they race after the never-ending series of life targets of insatiable wealth and fame that blinded their vision on their health and wellbeing.
Two talented groups showed and proved that traditional music, dance and art are not dead and will never die.
Australian-Japanese Hiratsuka Niki had been through traumatic experiences that caused her years-long anxiety. She knew she needed to heal and sought the help of art therapy.
All of us have had that small voice in our heads going “I’m going to be healthier/better/smarter this year!” and yet, we never really seem to act on it to see it to completion.
In life, we may have been stung by a bee, bitten by a dog, burned by some strayed drops of hot boiling oil or cut by a kitchen knife. We had been having headache, toothache, stomach-ache and aches and pain in almost every part of our body from time to time.
In a feature article published by Aljazeera entitled ‘I used to talk about politics on Facebook, but now it’s scary’, Samoeurth Seavmeng or Meng to her online community talked about her points on the internet censorship in Cambodia.