As girls, they learned to become dancers and now – as young women and accomplished dancers – they’re waiting for the licence to further thrill.
French pharmaceutical company Sanofi has for decades helped discover, develop and distribute therapeutic solutions to patients in more than 100 countries.
In 2017, the Education and Health Ministries reportedly said that Cambodia is starting to experience the ‘double burden of malnutrition’ where obesity cases among children is progressively increasing over the years.
In case you’ve been living under a rock, Korean electronics behemoth Samsung has been teasing a series of handsets for a 2019 release. Most intriguing of all however is its futuristic ‘foldable’ cellphone which it first unveiled in November.
After little over a week since its release, Fortnite-like battle royale video game Apex Legends has hit an astonishing 25 million registered players.
Ongoing and outgoing events: 28 Jan – 24 Feb: Light to Night Festival 2019: Traces & Echoes
1 Feb – 28 April: Raffles in Southeast Asia: Revisiting the Scholar and Statesman
22 – 24 Feb: The MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival
28 Feb – 3 Mar: HSBC Women’s World Championship 2019
Recently two dogs came to our clinic; one with very few symptoms, except relative lethargy (being a pug he did not run around and did not want to play as much), lack of appetite and slight signs of pale jaundice-colored gums.
Battambang youngsters BatBangers return to Phnom Penh this weekend for shows at Bona’s Pub and Oscar’s on the Corner; Geography of the Moon are back in town for shows at LF Social Club and Bona’s Pub.
The dancers move precisely, lively versions of the ancient Apsara figures (for what is dance but animated sculpture? What is sculpture but stone-frozen dance?) and the connection to the deep past is resonant, without a sense of distance.
We celebrated Valentine’s Day yesterday. You may have received a rose or a tulip or a chocolate. If you haven’t, it’s alright. There’s a celebration for single women all over the world that takes away the pressure of the dreaded Heart’s Day.
She is now the only mistress of the Royal Ballet who is still struggling to pass on her honed skills to the younger generation.
Sad but true, passion for arts does not guarantee instant fame and wealth.
Tabitha Payne visits a village in Prey Veng Province which is home to aging trans couples.
For those of us who like to spend time in bars, Phnom Penh provides a wide range of options. And then there are a few of real character that really stand out.
The MMC project is the output of DMC’s Batch 15 and 16 to let its students use their creative talents in creating a campaign that will have a great impact to the Cambodian society.
Fans of live comedy in Cambodia have a double dose of hilarity to enjoy over the coming fortnight.
You need a healthy pancreas in order for food digestion to go on smoothly and also to regulate the body’s blood sugar levels through the insulin it produces.
Kiwi expat and former journalist Dean Williams helped pioneer Siem Reap’s hip and happening scene by opening his now famous cocktail lounge.
Anith Adilah Othman catches up with Daniel Weiss, touring Southeast Asia as DJ Hartojo.
If you have never heard of “Pine Gap” – both the series and the actual place – that’s okay, join the club.
There’s nothing better than being in a place where you can get both the rest you deserve and the chance to unleash that adventure-loving spirit you’ve been keeping in for so long.
Like all of us, employers and HR professionals should know the limits.
They have no high poles for them to dance on. There is not a large space for them to roll around. None of them speak even one Chinese word.
Seven Japanese organisations, led by Mitsubishi Corporation Phnom Penh Representative Office, have started an initiative dubbed the Phnom Penh Clean City Challenge to raise awareness and involvement in environmental activities among Cambodians.
I recently published a story about how the dreaded “empty forest syndrome” seems to be creeping its way into Northeastern Cambodia’s Virachey National Park.
Organ transplantation has long been a controversial topic due to various ethical, religious, legal and social factors. Regardless, the fact remains that the procedure, when done correctly, can help save lives.
All hail the Kimsan ‘twins’ – Kimsan Sok and Kimsan Pol – two gals from poorer parts of the Kingdom who determinably disprove the notion that while women are good cooks at homes, the men make the best professional chefs.
It was a day for Japanese in Cambodia to say “akemashite-omedetou-gozaimasu” or “Happy New Year” to each other.
Chinese New Year is synonymous with family get-togethers that mainly revolve around sumptuous dishes, and that is exactly what NagaWorld offers during this auspicious festive season.
The Australian owners of a restaurant in Timor-Leste are hoping to use their passion for local cuisine to combat malnutrition in the tiny Southeast Asian nation.