Fret not because we are giving some tips to keep you healthy and fit despite being indoors.
Each year, Khmer New Year is the most anticipated holidays for Cambodian. It is symbolic for switching to the new year with a new beginning.
Artists are now facing a ferocious enemy, the biggest foe they have ever fought and it is called COVID-19.
To help you get through this hard time, Srey Kumneth, our photojournalist, presents some of her most beautiful landscape photos during her adventure across the country.
Studies have proven pregnant women are more susceptible to colds, the flu, food poisoning and urinary infections.
Thousands of weapons in the kingdom which were once used in the theatre of war are being hammered and welded into symbols of peace and hope by Cambodian artist Ouk Chim Vichet.
Tuesday this week was a Holy Day, a sacred day ring-marked on the Cambodian calendar for the observance of Buddhist precepts.
This isn’t about stockpiling: it’s about being clever and thinking rationally about what you may need in your fridge or cupboard.
If you are in a long-distance relationship, the Coronavirus crisis could be particularly challenging.
Srey Kumneth shares her roving eye for the ordinary — and extra-ordinary — from her collection this year from travel all over Cambodia.
If your holiday has been cancelled due to the Novel Coronavirus or you have to go into 14-day self-isolation or quarantine to protect yourself and others, Taing Rinith suggests some ways to make the time fly – and stay sane!
To escape the air pollution and the clamorous neighbours in Phnom Penh, six expats who share a love of horse riding founded their own stable in Arey Ksat, just a ferry ride across the Chaktomuk River from the centre of Phnom Penh.
With the current threat of COVID-19, global citizens are encouraged to embrace social distancing – a concept that may be foreign to most of us.
Right now, we are living through an extraordinary and worrying time in global history. The current pandemic surrounds us everywhere; on every available communication channel.
Central Siem Reap is undergoing a transformation, and leading the charge is the newly refurbished Aviary Hotel, which opened in 2015 as a 25-room “environmentally focused property.”
Netflix subscribers looking forward to watching Spenser Confidential, the fifth collaboration between director Peter Berg and the ever-likeable Mark Wahlberg, should brace themselves for a disappointing experience.
Myth and legend swirl around Beethoven and his Ninth Symphony. In a new critical edition of the score, the Beethoven Archive in Bonn lets the facts speak for themselves — and has discovered some new sounds.
Even if the restrictions last only a month as planned, the effects will linger in the economy for years.
The human body is amazing. If we don’t step out of our comfort zone, we will never know the limits of its endurance,” Abdul Mohsin T. Albaghli explains.
This week marks exactly 50 years since the removal of the Cambodian head of state, Prince Norodom Sihanouk, after a vote by the National Assembly on 18 March 1970.
Don’t breathe smoke; either first or secondhand – Avoid certain medications – A (cool) dip and sauna session
Cambodia’s Ultimate Lifestyle Trade (CULT) held a pop-up market to celebrate International Women’s Day earlier this month.
Colorectal cancer, also known as bowel cancer, colon cancer, or rectal cancer, is any cancer that affects the colon and the rectum.
This new show, billed as “One hour of intense performance like a ceremony of exorcism of social rules,” is choreographed by Jean-Baptiste Phou and composed by Ly Vanthan.
Flanked by swaying coconut trees, the secluded beach at Riyue Bay in Hainan province is an idyllic and usually tranquil setting.
The film comes two years after the ending of the popular TV series, Diary of Tootsies, and everyone’s lives are getting more complicated.
David A. Feingold has filmed both life during the glorious era of Sangkum Reastr Niyum (1955-1970) and the struggle of Cambodian people in Khmer Rouge and post-Khmer Rouge communist era.
Being a traditional artist in Cambodia is often synonymous with struggling to make ends meet, which discourages young people from pursuing a career in the field.
The Art of Living Sri Sri Yoga Studio recently organised a yoga session for women in celebration of International Women’s Day.