One of the political prisoners was Bun Chanmol, who wrote a best-selling autobiography in 1971. Most of the book is about the three years that Chanmol spent on Con Son Island.
Back in the early days of Siem Reap’s tourism boom, art entrepreneur and hotel manager Loven Ramos joked with his friends that if Starbucks and Gucci ever opened in Siem Reap, it would be time to pack up and go.
The Khmer Rouge regime was not only the darkest age in Cambodia’s history but also a hellish chapter for all Cambodian families who did not flee the country before it fell into the hands of the ultra-Maoist group.
The Idea Consultancy, the agency behind the largest food festival in Cambodia, last week celebrated its five-year journey with optimistic social alterations through the medium of business.
The liver is a powerhouse that carries out over 500 vital tasks to ensure the human body runs like a well-oiled machine. Aside from filtering blood, some of its main functions include producing bile to break down cholesterol, controlling blood glucose levels and also storing vitamins A, D, E and K.
If you are looking to have a night in and watch something particularly interesting (and if you don’t mind French), Nothing to Hide might be a good addition to your watch list. The French remake of the Italian hit, Perfect Strangers is a dramatic comedy that explores relationships in the Iphone age.
In a video released earlier this week, Nintendo introduced its brand-new handheld gaming device: the Nintendo Switch Lite, dedicated to allowing gamers to play its vast catalogue of Switch games in handheld mode.
As manufacturers continue to try and squeeze laptops into ever smaller chassis, ports for connecting your devices have more often than not been sacrificed.
How you even noticed how long it takes to pack your things before leaving the house for a trip? Have you ever paid for extra weight when you board a flight? More importantly, you ever realised how so many things in your bag were not even touched during your trip?
Asia’s First Airline, won the ‘World’s Most Improved Airline Award’ for 2019, as the carrier that achieved the biggest leap in product and service quality among a survey of over 350 leading airlines worldwide.
On Friday night: Hard Rock Café Phnom Penh hosts Soundwave, a musical showcase for young Cambodian performers graduating from The Sound Initiative’s vocational training programme. Meanwhile, around the traps.
Meta House, a long term player in the transient cultural landscape of Phnom Penh, last weekend held a soft opening for its brand new location on St 178.
Rap sensation G-Devith has been making quite a splash over the past year, garnering over one million following on Facebook and over three million views on Facebook.
Spurred by downstream demand, China’s automobile production and sales sustained solid growth during 2011-2017, making a new high record in 2017.
This Life Cambodia (TLC) has won the global Grassroots Justice Prize, winning the public vote ahead of 200 organisations, in an announcement made at a prestigious ceremony at a United Nations event in New York on July 15.
The careers and the often-times-tragic histories of Cambodia’s “siren singers” from the last 50 years have been honoured in a new exhibition of paintings by Cambodian Space Project founder Julian Poulson.
Cambodia is a land filled with wonders, with so much to see and even more to love. There is nothing quite like its sights and sounds – from the tuk-tuks in a flurry up and down the streets to the hawker stalls selling bhai cha on every corner.
If you haven’t watched Spider-Man: Far From Home, I am going to try to minimise the number of spoilers as I go on to review the movie.
The French call it escargots and the Romans have had a significant history in consuming it in their diet. Snails have long been part of menus around the globe and it is no different here, in the Kingdom of Wonder.
In Cambodia, Wat or Buddhist pagoda is a site of reverence where Buddhists, which make up more than 90 percent of the country’s total population, come to worship or engage in religious festivities.
Defusing bombs dropped over Germany during World War II is Horst Lenz’s calling. He is summoned around 1,000 times a year to clear explosive devices. Lenz is guided by Murphy’s Law: Anything that can go wrong, will.
CALL him “crazy” and Lee Peng Heng loves it. He collects very old things, from seasonal articles to vintage cars. Those items are worth no more than scrap to many Cambodians, who have been through years of civil wars and a genocidal regime.
YOGA, one of the most ancient and mysterious sports in India, has captured the attention of many people with its gentle beauty and physical benefits. Kung fu, one of the most reprehensive sports in China, has also gained followers around the world with its powerful beauty.
What is the largest gland in the human body which also has over 500 vital functions? The answer is none other than the liver. Located on the upper right-hand portion of the abdomen, it sits below the diaphragm and above the stomach.
The weekend is tomorrow and you want to enjoy it to the fullest to compensate for the back-breaking long days of work. Yearning to leave the noisy city behind, you want to go to a sanctuary to relax peacefully in nature.
Tan Chong Motor (Cambodia) Pty. Ltd. (“TCMC”), Sole and Exclusive Distributor of Nissan vehicles and subsidiary of Tan Chong Motor Holdings Berhad (Malaysia); will be hosting a Nissan Roadshow Campaign starting from 11th to 26th
It is 11pm on a Saturday night. Glancing over the crowded room at Blue Chilli, the excitement is evident on the faces of the crowd. Then, the spotlight shines on centrestage, demanding attention from every pair of roving eyes in the room. It is time.
When she first took the stage with a song called Evil Husband in 2016, Vartey Ganiva was immediately labelled Cambodia’s first Queen of Punk due to her ‘unusual’ taste in music.
If you are a fan of food and travel shows, be it in the form of a commentary or documentaries, Netflix’s Street Food isn’t going to be any different.
Back in March, I interviewed Tep Modyka, known as Srey Ka, as she prepared to embark on a two-month plus tour of the USA, either side of Khmer New Year, with Cambodian superstar Preap Sovath’s band. Now she’s back, and with stories to tell.