Uyun poses and takes selfies with her friends backstage at a traditional ethnic clothing competition in north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
They save human lives, protect livelihoods and yet have nowhere to go when they are decommissioned from active field service in the minefields of Cambodia.
Hard to get a booking, Stiff Little Punks played first played in Phnom Penh’s girlie bars. Now they seem to be hitting big time.
Michael Wolff‘s expose on the Donald Trump presidency in Fire and Fury shot to the top of Amazon’s best-seller list even before it was released.
Diabetes is a complex disease, so complex that at one time, a professor of medicine said, “If you know everything about diabetes, you know everything about medicine.”
Wonder Woman has been made the brand ambassadress for Huawei’s Mate 10 Pro in the US.
French street artist Alias2.0 (who also DJs as Watt’s Up) held a light-painting photography show in Meta House last week.
DIB Club on Koch Pich (Diamond Island) hosted a pool party last Friday, with Middle Eastern mezze by AROMA and Thoung Bass Cahoot.
Scott Bywater aka Scoddy finally launched his debut “From Shore to Shore” album at Oscar’s at the Corner, on Saturday.
A high-level delegation from Malaysia, led by a senior aide to the Prima Group, was feted at a banquet and treated to a dance performance.
Hang Achariya, considered the sexiest male model in Cambodia, is now a rising star in TV dramas and also a well-known writer of short stories.
Something weird, and beyond reality in art expression happening in Phnom Penh and Valentine Walk aka Alias2.0 wants to talk about it with Good Times2.
Scott Bywater talks about the songs, covering a songwriting period from 20017 to 2014, in his debut album From Shore to Shore.
Dan Riley on a must-see comedy show in Phnom Penh featuring a Londoner with Nigerian parents and a US octogenarian.
The DJ from Goa, India, who has made Cambodia her home, combines her amazing technical and musical gifts with an infectious and passionate personality.
As I start this week’s column, I have a lot to say and it is because I met a pig. Yes, you read it correctly; I met a seven-year old pig.
Jumanji Welcome to the Jungle is a spinoff from the original 1995 version and takes a hysterical aim at the RPG generation (Ever Quest/ World of War Craft).
Vince Gilligan creator of the X-files creates yet another cult classic with Breaking Bad. The show was first aired on AMC in 2008 and ran for five seasons.
Our life is uncertain but death and diseases are certain. Though human life is fragile and fleeting, it must flow on.
It was night when the stars dazzled Phnom Penh to welcome 2018 with all the glitz and glamour in a New Year countdown organised by NagaWorld last Sunday.
“A Blind Date with a Book” was the main title of an event last week, initiated and organised by CamEd Library in cooperation with the CamEd Reading Club.
Scott Bywater (Scoddy) played guitar for Oscar’s Band, last Saturday filling in for their regular axeman who went AWOL.
Ten famous and rising singer-songwriters and 10 emerging directors in Cambodia have come together to collaborate on the “#IAmOriginal Music Album”.
A photo exhibition called “Dancers”, by Colin Grafton, will be on display from January 2 to February 2 at Mirage Siem Reap.
Yoeu Chentu, the niece of deposed Prime Minister Lon Nol, recalls painfully the murder of her father by the Pol Pot regime and the deaths of almost all her family members.
Eileen McCormick recently participated in a Japanese tea ceremony and experienced a Zen-like feeling of calmness and peace.
Michael Vatikiotis’ “Blood and Silk – Power and Conflict in Modern Southeast Asia” launched at the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival does that.
“High School in Love” is author Soung Mak’s second book, released at the end of last year, which depicts love among boys.
The creator of the Fantastic Four and Spider-Man fuelled the dreams of youth worldwide. A new book celebrates Stan Lee and his creations.
A collection of 10 short stories by various Khmer authors, “Buntheon 2017 and Other Short Stories” is a mix of perspectives.