Amy Winehouse was an exceptional talent whose wild and too brief career was cut short seven years ago.
Lobbyists have a negative reputation, but their influence increases. Generally and honestly speaking, the legitimacy of the democratic systems is being questioned.
CHEYO, CHEYO, CHEYO! I hope not to hear these words uttered in the next five years. Well, we all made it through the election season and all the hoopla surrounding it; let’s pat ourselves on the back.
French-Cambodian filmmaker and multitalented artist Sok Visal recognises the creativity of Cambodian people in making movies.
There is much more to North Korea than meets the eye.
For 23-year-old Vuthea Srok Khmer or Vuthea as he is more commonly known, creating music that reflects popular youth culture and brings joy to Cambodians is a goal he strives to achieve.
Given the huge number of homeless and street animals in Cambodia, it is not a surprise that many of us come across litters of kittens or an orphan rogue kitten or puppy abandoned on the streets, in the gutters, and even sometimes in our own attics or in the walls.
Chinese smartphone behemoth Xiaomi announced two new smartphones – the Mi A2 and Mi A2 Lite – both of which run the essential version of Android.
Daughters of Cambodia, a Christian organisation founded by a British academic researcher, tries to give refuge to the women trapped in the sex industry, giving them chances to start a new life.
In 1983, Helicobacter pylori (H. Pylori) was successfully isolated from the stomach by Dr. Robin Warren and Dr. Barry Marshall. The breakthrough discovery of these two great physicians revolutionised the treatment of stomach ulcer from the surgeon’s knife to pills.
If you’re not familiar with Atwood’s dystopia story, The Handmaid’s Tale is a theoretical fiction set in Gilead, a totalitarian and environmentally-devastated society ruled by a fundamentalist regime that threats women as chattel. The protagonist June Osborne/Offred (Elizabeth Moss) and other handmaids are forced into sexual servitude of the barren elites in a bizarre reproductive ceremony.
Apple has finally updated its more expensive MacBook Pro lineup, packing their devices with newer processors, True Tone displays, and a ‘quieter’ keyboard.
Tiger Beer and World Wide Fund (WWF) push for an effective and highly feasible campaign to support tiger conservation.
Trying to stay healthy isn’t always easy. Very often, when you start attempting to live healthier, you will find yourself spending substantially more time, effort and money trying to understand what this exactly means for you.
Chief received its commercial license lately in 2018, which is the 40th commercial bank to be approved by the National Bank of Cambodia.
Wayne McCallum arrives and briskly enlists venue proprietor Lynley to help hang a banner outside the newly hip’n’stylish .9 Café (yes, that’s its name), then steps inside, expertly gives an introductory talk, dispenses introductions, and it’s on –another Howl happening (number two, series one) is underway.
Probably unfamiliar to many, there’s a network of non-government organisations that helps create a self-empowered generation of forest-dependent communities in the region.
The local film industry continues to create waves in and out of the country. Many films and filmmakers have been recognised for their impressive creativity and social relevance.
The owners of Sabay Vegilicious, a vegetarian restaurant in Phnom Penh’s Street 288, ironically used to serve dog meat in their previous eatery.
So, I think it is time to discuss the dog meat trade in Cambodia. For most of us, Westerners, is it absolutely unthinkable to dissect the dog and serve its meat to our guests during a dinner party.
Dean McLachlan purrs into the MyCargo Bar and Restaurant parking space in Siem Reap astride his beloved bike, an eye-catching Honda VT 1300cc Stateliner.
The French Embassy in Phnom Penh hosted French National Day on July 14. The event was attended by many VIP guests.
A night full of highly talented international and local ensemble impressed thousands at NABA Theatre!
Office life seems harmless, and getting glued to the office setting for 8 hours a day, 5 days a week, for years and years appears to be unsurprising to a growing number of Cambodians.
This ever-present but disregarded ‘silent and invisible killer’ – air pollution – is what made freelance photographer Mech Sereyrath take action, the artistic way.
Sonny Inbaraj Krishnan caught up with the talented Roxane Dumont in The Rush Pub last weekend and reminisces about the time when she taught him the meaning of elegance.
Ray Chen is a Taiwanese-Australian violinist and talks to Global Times’ Huang Tingting about his new album which includes a quartet version of ‘Waltzing Matilda’ – one of Australia’s best-known bush ballads.
“I did not ask for and do not seek attention. #PlaneBae is not a romance – it is a digital-age cautionary tale about privacy, identity, ethics and consent.”
John Green’s 2012 novel ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ is a young adult fiction gem, which conveys so much sadness but is never overemotional.
The clock ticks on. Everything changes with time. Even the smallest of lives: bacteria and viruses developed themselves in order to survive the test of time.