There is no word to describe my joy when I saw the nurse coming out of the delivery room, carrying my newborn baby girl.
What will happen to your life this year? This is what we all may want to know in advance, only if it is possible.
As the restriction on movement has been imposed in the Kingdom, most people do not want to leave their home for their own safety.
Announced last week by the Ministry of Education, the break for schools and other educational institutions has been extended for an indefinite period.
Taing Rinith goes to Wat Svay Andet Pagoda and meets with a group of artists who are keeping their noses to the grindstone to preserve the mask theatre.
For ‘metal artist’ Sok Sovann Vibol, the tussle journey toward his dream of being a great artist remains the same.
Finally, the children who dream of becoming professional wrestlers have a film reflecting their passion, and it is ‘The Main Event’.
First They Killed My Father – To the Bone – Irreplaceable You – Cathedral of the Sea
This week is by far the most exciting week in my life. My wife will be giving birth to our long-awaited baby girl, who in the past 9 months has been the centre of our life and of course, my column you are reading.
Bear in mind that there are more safety advices that you should take seriously every time when you are going out for necessary work outside your home.
This year, the kingdom is celebrating Khmer New Year very differently, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The difference, in reality, is very gloomy.
Koem Keo Socheat, the 27-year-old Cambodian artist well-known for her works featuring cats, refused to stand still and watch the country plunge into a crisis.
Are you a fan of Cambodian cinema who is now suffering because all the theatres are closed due to the pandemic?
What happens when you combine one of the biggest stars, both literally and metaphorically, with a humourous storyline and young talents? The Big Show Show!
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.”