It has survived three US presidents – George W. Bush, Barack Obama, Donald Trump – and it endeavours to carry on until the next new (hopefully, fingers crossed) US president.
With me being present online, I still do efforts to be present in the real world. As much as work demands me to be holding my phone the entire time, I also make it a healthy habit to put it down for a few hours.
After years of living countries apart from one another, Abdullah Zalghanah, a Syrian refugee, was reunited in December with his wife and children in Phnom Penh.
A teacher trained to teach children in their native language, is making a positive impact on keeping indigenous children in school and completing their studies.
For a month, Phnom Penhers will have the opportunity to see the atypically stunning artworks by ‘Homeless’ – a group of 3 young Cambodian artists – in their first collective exhibition ‘I Don’t Belong Here’, at the newly opened Bong the Gallery.
Last January, Frankie Teardrop Dead came to Cambodia, all the way from North London, cooking neo-psychedelia, shoegaze, dreampop and post-punk into a warm hazy stew, playing to audiences across the Kingdom and gaining a loyal local following.
The Dining in the Dark global phenomenon had arrived in Siem Reap, and I rolled up to see if I could shed light on what it was all about.
And now, with Philippine Airlines’ upcoming launch of the direct flight from Phnom Penh to Manila, Filipinos’ journey home will now be much more convenient and faster.
It is time for us to talk about the kidneys, a pair of bean-shaped organs that sit on each side of our body. They are pretty small, measuring about 10cm to 13cm each for an adult, but boy, do they pack a punch.
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Living in a crowded and busy city like Phnom Penh could be a pain in the neck – metaphorically and literally – due to pollution and severe traffic congestion.
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Apple is rumoured to be resurrecting its long-delayed AirPower wireless charging mat. According to a tweet coming from ChargerLAB, a “credible source” says that Apple will begin rolling out the wireless charging mat in the coming months.
To the delight of Sony camera aficionados, the Japanese manufacturer has taken the wraps off the A6400 compact mirrorless camera.
Apparently, Netflix’s new comedy-drama web television series “Sex Education” is without doubt a sexually explicit, graphic and garbage at first look; but in retrospect, it is forthright, relatable and earnestly relevant.
The disease has changed in many ways since then. Once it was a deadly disease with high infectivity and no Antiretroviral Therapy (ART). Today, it is very much under control with the use of better ART.
Often demonised by the ‘host’ country for taking away jobs of locals, Sheila Yuanjiahuan looks behind the story of ordinary Chinese workers at construction sites in Cambodia.
Passion, for certain, is what drives one to do things. For acclaimed author Mao Samnang, her fervour to tell a story through the magic of words inspires her to publish countless novels.
UK-born Jo Farrell started travelling to China in 2005 to search for the last remaining women with bound feet. She tells Anith Adilah Othman stories of the suffering these women had to endure in a practice that had been considered a norm for centuries.
A striking name like Koteka Is The Reason is enough to get people wondering: “what the hell does that mean?” and that is exactly what its founder Anca was trying to do, he told Good Times2 during an interview on Monday.
The Kingdom’s music lovers are in for a rare treat this month with live performances of Garuda’s Song, a musical composition telling the story of Cambodia’s rich musical heritage.
On a Tuesday morning in the summer of 1958, Art Kane, an ambitious young art director from Esquire Magazine, managed to gather together 57 of the top working musicians in New York for a group photograph on the steps of a brownstone on 126th Street in Harlem.
Despite the instrumental roles it plays in assisting the digestion process, pancreas remains one of the most underrated organs in the human body.
Officially, only men can become monks and novices in Thailand under a Buddhist order that since 1928 has forbidden the ordination of women. But that edict is slowly being challenged.
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Singaporean singer-songwriter Tanya Chua returns with a new 10-track album after a three-year sabbatical.
“Dare not to look or you will die!” Malorie’s shaking voice resonates while she reminds Boy and Girl of that one crucial mantra that could spare them from dying.
And just now, I realised, the amount of impact the online world can influence us is huge. Imagine, it’s a normal day scrolling down your Facebook newsfeed, and you saw a random but relevant event and decided to go.
In Cambodia, the term ‘orphan’ is loosely defined and most of the kids in the so-called orphanages are not really parentless children. But some of the NGO-run orphanages are actually giving these children a fair go as Sheila Yuanjiahuan found out.
On the last night of 2018, the tourist town of Siem Reap was filled with locals and foreigners who wanted to celebrate the start of another prosperous year. The main roads were decorated with neon lights, and loud music echoed everywhere.