The Cambodian food industry, including traditional Khmer cuisine, was on the verge of a major upgrade in May 2017, according to Japan’s authoritative Nikkei Asian Review.
Last Sunday, Musica Felice once again showcased their beautiful sound. The multi-national choir collaborated with traditional Khmer musicians and sensory-impaired children to create a performance that promotes unity and harmony.
Playing football in the small park sandwiched between two usually crowded roads, however, may sound impossible, but many are actually doing it almost every day.
Taing Rinith recommends Seametrey Leisure Centre, a lakeside resort where you can have a great time with your children while also helping the children of Cambodia.
Imagine a massive space where you can free-fly, free-ball and free-run your way to happiness, regardless of how old your identification card says you are. Brought to you by a group of four friends who call themselves Do Stuff Collective, the country now has its very first indoor trampoline park.
Earlier this week, Apple took the wraps off the all-new Mac Pro, a completely redesigned, workstation for pros with the deepest of pockets.
Slated for a late 2019-early 2020 release, Playdate is a brand-new handheld video game system that’s quite different from anything you may have ever seen before.
Written by Ali Wong, Randall Park, and Michael Golamco, Always Be Maybe hardly reinvents the rom-com (romantic comedy) formula. It gives you exactly what you want from it but in a more “Asian experience”.
Meanwhile on another jazz planet, Nomades continue their gypsy jazz mini-tour at Alchemy on Saturday night and Sofitel on Sunday morning.
KBach Gallery – Kbach refers to traditional Cambodian ornamentation styles – will be holding an official grand re-opening party on Sunday from noon to 4 pm, that will include the launch of the KBach Arts Competition 2019.
Siem Reap’s long running and beloved Giant Puppet Parade, which took a break last year, is back in action and happening tomorrow night – but in Battambang, not Siem Reap.
Hundreds of locals and expatriates alike flocked the Banquet Hall of the city’s creative hub Factory Phnom Penh on Tuesday evening to catch the special edition of Nerd Night, held in conjunction with Pride Week 2019.
Did you know that the human heart beats approximately 100,000 times daily? Just like a machine, the heart pumps roughly five litres of blood around our body through a network of blood vessels called the circulatory system.
In Cambodia’s film industry, where youth and fitness are prioritised, it is rare to see an actor or actress who remains active in his or her 40s. Only a few of them are still enjoying the limelight, as most of the attention have been given to who’s young and who’s in.
The Kingdom of Cambodia is rife with emerging young talents in different industries, and one of the most underrated spheres is culinary.
Thang Sothea began his young career as an architect, designing buildings and other structures for his clients inside a small studio.
Like all the other art forms, Lakhorn Niyeay suffered during the wars. People were all trying to survive, leaving behind tradition, culture and religion. But even when peace was brought back, the fading art struggled to keep up.
Cambodia’s dry season is technically over now, but the weather is still hot and humid due to the effect from the ongoing El Niño in the region.
Certain expectations are always set for any Disney live-action remake – Aladdin is no different. By default, any live-action remake is made for comparison from its original animated counterpart.
It’s a tight Friday night! The Hot Club de Phnom Penh, with its new line-up, is back from a tour of Hong Kong and will play at Farm to Table.
For many years, the Bella Voce choir delighted Phnom Penh audiences with their two annual charity concerts.
Siem Reap’s funky Footprint Cafes is merely the first step to a dream of becoming a charitable conglomerate as large and famous as Starbucks, according to founder Georgina Hemmingway.
‘Socials Coffee’ is a venue that offers employment opportunities for people with physical disabilities, especially the deaf.
However, did you know that football does wonders for females, too?
Whether you’re a baby boomer or a millennial and whether you like planning or not, may we all see the silver lining and may we all wait for the rainbow after the storm.
We all have our moments when we just need to unwind with a warm beverage in hand and just watch the day pass us by slowly. Doesn’t that paint a comforting picture? Now imagine doing so with the addition of some little furry buddies playing around.
Phnom Penh has been suffering from one of the worst waste problems in the region, and it is not unusual to run into piles of garbage in places all over the city. Yet, the issue is especially bad along the sewage canals in Boeung Trabek.
On Friday at The Bodleian, Into the Gold – a musical journey through the 50s and 60s featuring Intan Andriana, Antti Siitonen and Philippe Javelle, while the soul funk of Pocket Change is at Bassac Lane and the reggae of Riddim at Alchemy.
To mark the official opening of the Futures Factory, Friends is throwing a two-day party this Saturday and Sunday, from 4 pm to 10 pm, with an astonishing array of happenings and possibilities: discussions and eating and music and play.
These sites – all different but equally significant and beautiful – depict the history and lives of the conservative people of Java.