Musixmatch is a special app, downloadable for free from the PlayStore and AppStore, that lets users identify and listen to their favorite tunes.
Khon Chansithyka comes from a family of artists, and at 24 years old, he is considered one of the few successful Mask dancers to make it to the international stage.
An old adage says “Children are like fiddle strings; they must not be screwed too tight.” When it comes to parenting, it is said the stricter the parents are, the sneakier the children become.
With a vision to promote self-written melodies and song lyrics for the betterment of the Cambodian music industry, the Melodies of Change workshop this weekend offers a platform for original songwriters to emerge.
More than 1,000 young Cambodians joined a Halloween party concert organized by the Electronic Dance Music (EDM) Cambodia community at Koh Pich on Saturday night.
“HAPPY HALLOWEEEEEEN!” yells a teenage English student dressed in superhero garb as he runs down the corridor of Excellence in Service, the largest and most popular English language school here.
A digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) camera used to define a professional in photography when seen around town.
When it comes to learning a foreign language, English has long been the top choice for most Cambodian students. However today, Chinese and Thai are emerging as popular languages to study.
Snapseed is a powerful image-manipulating application provided by Google for free on both the AppStore and PlayStore.
Sor Hakchhay discovered his talent for drawing three years ago and since then he has developed from an amateur artist to where he is now, creating his own versions of cartoon characters.
Recognizing the need to have a clean and affordable water resource, two 10th graders from Zaman International School came up with an environmental-science project to transform river water into pure drinking water.
Chamnan Darapong’s strong passion and talent for graffiti drawings shows up on the walls adorned with his street art on Boeung Kak’s Street 93.
Yem Pochima’s decision to get involved in volunteerism can be traced directly to her deep love of Cambodia. She believes that through volunteerism, she can make her mark on society.
Setting itself apart from ordinary food stalls and kiosks, innovative new food outlet “Saucy” was fashioned from a truck container.
Maintaining virginity until young people marry remains a controversial topic among Cambodian teenagers: some people do not want a woman who loses her virginity prior to marriage, while others do not really care about it.
After a year full of tech-related events, Phnom Penh is gearing up for the biggest one of them all: BarCamp Phnom Penh.
Four groups of young Cambodian contestants were selected after performing their original songs at the ‘Dream of Songsters’ Mini Concert audition day, which was held at the American Intercon Institute (Aii).
The issues associated with sexual and reproductive health are generally discussed behind closed doors because youths are not encouraged to lay out their concerns in Cambodia. Youth Today sat down this week with Dr.
Every academic year, many provincial students flock to Cambodia’s capital city in the belief that it will improve their opportunities for a better quality education.
Boasting an inventory of hundreds of high-quality bikes, local company Vicious Cycle provides new and used bikes for sales and rental.
Halloween, the annual celebration which falls on the last day of October, is becoming more popular with young Cambodians. This trick-or-treating event is a great excuse to dress up any way people want.
When Khay Vatana Danit was still a teenager, her father threw her clothes out and burnt them because he did not accept the way she dressed.
From black suits to Boutonnières and evening gowns to corsages, people have always wondered: what is the proper way to dress for a typical Prom night?
An engineer may know how to build something from scratch, but he (or she) could not do it alone. To achieve their goal, they need to possess strong teamwork, communication, problem solving and other soft skills.
Yen Tola is relieved that this year the floods did not strike his commune in Kratie province like they do every year. He can now rest assured that his niece and nephew’s education will not be affected for the time being.
Bunthoeun has had to work hard to regain his family’s trust after struggling with a drug addiction for some time.
Ancestor’s Day, otherwise known as the Pchum Ben festival, is widely celebrated across the Kingdom annually. During the 15-day festival, the old and the young attend pagodas to offer food and other gifts to waiting monks.