‘One Call Away’ hitmaker Charlie Puth, on his Voicenotes tour, is set to conquer the big stage at Koh Pich tonight. Through Smart Axiata, the 26-year-old American singer, songwriter and producer will take us to his journey in music.
In the second installment of ‘Siem Reap Beyond the Temples’, Agnes Alpuerto continues her journey through the unusual and lesser travelled spots of the tourist-favourite metropolis.
To me, “healthy living” doesn’t take much effort, honestly. For instance, follow the mantra of never “too much” or “too little” in terms of eating or exercising.
‘The Haunting of Hill House’, Netflix’s latest series based on American author Shirley Jackson’s novel of the same title, is a terrifying gothic ghost story that follows a familiar, already-tested formula that still gives us real chills.
As the clock ticks on, mankind should evolve to be more civilised and humane. Hopefully, as Leonardo Da Vinci once said, “The time will come when men such as I will look upon the murder of animals as now they look upon the murder of men”.
In a nutshell, Deepavali Festival is a celebration of the victory of light over darkness, of good over evil. The word in Sanskrit means “rows of lighted lamps”. And people celebrate Diwali by literally celebrating light!
Julien Poulson on getting over Kek Channthy’s tragic death and the regrouping tomorrow, at LF Social Club, of The Cambodia Space Project muscos at The Mothership.
Eileen McCormick, on a personal journey to Ratanakiri, reconnects with an indigenous Tampuan healer she met two years ago and shares their common connection with Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy.
The late Michael Vickery’s priceless collection of photographs of a long-forgotten Cambodia era are on display at the Bophana Center. As Colin Grafton writes, the photos of the renowned historian in the exhibition present a fascinating slideshow of faces and expressions.
The beauty of Siem Reap is that you never know who washes up in in town – especially when it comes to musicians. Earlier this year, a story surfaced that singer and guitarist Diego Dimarques – who’d come to Cambodia as part of a sea change – was in fact the ‘lost’ Gipsy King member living in exile in Siem Reap.
I recently had a chance to enjoy the 1930 elegance of The Bodleian – a high end whiskey bar in the heart of Phnom Penh BKK 1 – reopening for their first anniversary after a devastating fire that happened last May.
You probably have noticed that the number of coffee shops, ranging from carts along the street to boutique stores, has been rising dramatically in Cambodia in the last decade.
As the UK celebrates the annual National Curry Week, the British Chamber of Commerce in Cambodia marks its own festivity through Curry Night on October 20. Som Kanika joins the celebration of one of the world’s most loved dishes.
The governments of Cambodia and Germany are jointly pushing the burgeoning tourism in Siem Reap beyond its glorious and historic temples.
Shenzen-based smartphone manufacturer OnePlus is set to release its latest flagship – the OnePlus 6T. German site WinFuture published leaked images earlier this week of what is believed to be OnePlus’ iPhone rival and an update to the OnePlus 6.
Apple has unveiled its official repair pricing for its iPhone XR – and it isn’t cheap. If a mixture of slippy fingers and a glass-encased smartphone see your shiny new device kissing concrete, that LCD display will set you back an eye-watering $199 to fix – if you didn’t invest in pricey AppleCare+.
Black Ops 4 is the seventh Call of Duty game by Activision and perhaps its most ambitious project yet. Released on October 12 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC, it has been heralded as a return to form for the series.
“Your dog has blood parasites” – I am sure those of us, pet owners, who heard this diagnosis for the first time would be shocked, desperate and certainly panic. Blood parasites sounds rather serious, dangerous and deadly.
Menopause, pronounced as ‘men-no-pause’, is ironically a woman’s phenomenon. Indeed, it would be better understood if it is called ‘womenpause’, however linguistic evolution has its way of selecting for the word that somehow appears descriptive of the wrong sex.
‘Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world,’ says French novelist Gustave Flaubert. He’s right. Traveling – by any means – makes one deeply understand that the world is so vast and that there’s so much more to discover.
Breast cancer. These two words may send shivers down the spines of every woman, and man.
There’s so much magic and mystery in Cambodian culture and traditions. And even in its arts. And though most of the beliefs are based on myths, legends and stories told by the ancestors, people respect and honour them sincerely.
Food is the best strategic choice to help survivors of humanitarian disasters before any kind of aid. It’s real and it’s needed, and building a house can wait, writes Febriana Firdaus while profiling two women who set up public kitchens to help the devastated and hungry survivors of the recent Sulawesi earthquake and tsunami.
When it comes down to it, long-time Aussie expat Julien Poulson of Cambodian Space Project fame isn’t a bad sort of bloke – it’s just that he’s got this habit of overachieving that makes most other blokes look a bit slack.
The Elephant Bar at Raffles Hotel le Royal brought award-winning bartender, Arron Grendon to takeover for a night filled with Diplomatico Rum on October 5.
Funding from the multi-agency supported Capacity Development Partnership Fund helps education professionals collect and track data to identify and address pressing issues in the community that may prevent some children from attending school regularly or from enrolling at all, writes Latifah Azlan.
Amazing value for money free-flow offers coupled with quality assortment of bakery goods, home-made gourmet products and generous à la carte menu is what Khéma is all about.
Critics and audiences the world over viewed Caballé as one of the great opera divas. DW’s Klaus Gehrke takes a look at her successes and triumphs across diverse genres.
“Everyone deserves to feel safe.” That’s the opening line of Facebook’s latest security update which focuses on protecting people, its users in particular, from bullying and harassment.