Sleep, sex and stress coexist like three personalities in a love triangle. As important as it is, sex is still in many ways a ‘shy’ topic to discuss in the open, more so in a traditional Eastern society.
The much-loved Nicolaus Mesterharm is no stranger to those in the arts scene and is best known as the person behind Meta House in Phnom Penh. Nico, as he is fondly referred to, was recently awarded the Cross of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany.
The 31st Tokyo International Film Festival has just concluded – but the films screened on the week-long event continue to get rave reviews. Cambodia’s very own ‘Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll’ and ‘In the Life of Music’ were among the most applauded inside Tokyo cinemas.
Trombone virtuoso Alexandre Scarpati – proud owner and director of the Music Art School in Siem Reap – is, among many things, a talented raconteur.
One of Phnom Penh’s most exciting and unique live entertainment events is back, and it’s bigger and better than ever before!
We know that too much of a good thing can be bad for us. Like sugar, for instance. While it may sweeten up the meals in our life (or possibly our days in general), excessive intake may pose short- and long-term risks to our health.
Loick Le Roux is like an architect when he designs a new dish and would spend his days fiddling with raw ingredients as he strives to continuously create one-of-a-kind specials.
We’ve seen tremendous advancements in the country in the past decades. The massive buildings and facilities constructed here and there signify our economic revolution.
For over four decades, the Singapore Zoo has offered its visitors an up-close encounter with the wonders of wildlife. Just as you think you have seen all that they can offer, the Singapore Zoo is offering you another way to experience the magic of rainforests.
BC’s TGIT (Thank God It’s Thursday!) legal-thriller, “How to Get Away with Murder” unfailingly offers you these bold and controversial story arcs that reshape the face of television series. And undeniably, no one gets away with it.
In the last month of the year, Singapore is taking party and music to a whole new level. Are you ready?
It’s a reasonably quiet pre-high-season night in Temple Town, but at the Cuisine Wat Damnak restaurant, the joint is packed to the rafters, primarily with expats, all buzzing and ready to enjoy another rollout of the special guest chef’s nights, the second edition of this culinary treat.
With the huge stage, gigantic speakers, full-blast lighting and a crowd of 30,000, Smart Axiata’s Mega Concert on Friday may have just been the biggest and most extravagant concert Phnom Penh ever had.
Food, in general, is pretty amazing. It allows us to experiment with a multitude of flavours and experiences. Sometimes, just a bite of our favourite food may transport us back to a certain time or place.
With Cambodia and China’s friendship burgeoning now more than ever, young Khmers have started to cross into the East Asian nation in hopes of achieving educational success and gaining expertise in fields that may help the kingdom in the future.
Originally founded in 2008, Stiff Little Punks was birthed after an interesting encounter between Dave Maybe and Ian Anderson in some small, sleazy bar in Phnom Penh.
Aiming to deepen the friendship between Japan and other Asian nations, Tokyo International Film Festival continues to offer a venue for filmmakers and film enthusiasts across the region to gather and connect.
Located in the upper reaches of the famed Yellow River, northwest China’s Gansu province is well known as home of grottoes art, cultural heritage sites, magnificent natural scenery and also the key area of the ancient Silk Road route.
There is this line that goes, “make sure your actual presence is greater than your online presence”.
It is relatively correct. But can we do both?
Last Tuesday in Brooklyn, New York, Apple finally took the wraps off a timely refresh of some of its signature products; the iPad Pro and the MacBook Air.