US gave Cambodia $4.5 million over the past 19 years for cultural heritage protection.
In 2012, Chinese national Yeemon Yan packed a camera and portable printer and traversed the length and breadth of Myanmar, learning about the people and their country.
In 2014 Cambodia’s first cultural policy came into effect, according to the author and programme manager of the Knowledge, Networks and Policy at Cambodian Living Arts, So Phina.
About 200 primary and high school students receive cultural heritage training.
China’s soft power can take a myriad of shapes and forms. Its instruments include Confucius Institutes, globalised media flagships (including Xinhua and the China Global Television Network), sports, film, educational and cultural industries — all traditionally state-controlled agencies and enterprises.
In one week, CDAC brings together youth, academics, and government officials from 47 countries across Asia and other continents, as well as members of international organizations.
PM announces this year to be the year of cultural and tourism exchange with China.
Royal Ballet of Cambodia will again mesmerise locals and foreigners with its new production “Neang Watthana Devi” on January 18 and 19 at the Chaktomuk Theatre.
PHNOM PENH – On the 8th of December, Chaktomuk Theatre, a home for many ballet, cultural and artistic performances, came alive once again with the 4th Annual Year-End concert.
On November 30, 2016, the kingdom celebrated Unesco’s recognition of the Chapei Dang Veng as part of the country’s intangible cultural heritage. The accolade paved the way to the protection and resurgence of the ancient guitar-like instrument.
Rich in history and cultural assets, Cambodia has a great potential and comparative advantage to expand its international networks of friendship and partnerships through cultural diplomacy, and project its soft power based on the contribution to human civilisation.
Unesco adds Cambodia’s Lkhon Khol on its list of “intangible cultural heritage in need of urgent safeguarding”.
From the floating city of Venice to prehistoric rock carvings in Spain, Europe’s cultural heritage is vulnerable to floods, quakes and wildfires, and requires better protection to preserve it for future generations, officials and researchers said.
Saudi Arabia to renovate 130 historical mosques in different parts of the kingdom.
Germany is lagging behind the fast-paced digitisation happening in places like the Baltic states, with libraries in Latvia and Lithuania playing a leading role in the digital preservation of cultural heritage,
writes DW’s Sabine Peschel.
The world famous Confucian Temple or Nanjing Fuzimiao is now a major tourist and cultural entertainment centre in Jiangsu.
Kampong Chhnang province will host the fifth iteration of the River Festival.
InCham Cambodia and the ICSI (International Chamber for Service Industry) organized an event on education development skills, tourism and cultural exchange explorations with the participation of Indian ambassador to Cambodia and the Ministry of Education.
The Delegation of the European Union to Cambodia launched last week a photography contest that is aimed to encourage Khmers to value and appreciate the cultural heritage of the Kingdom and of Europe.
A cultural event showcasing the Maritime Silk Road has started in Colombo.
In a conservative society such as Cambodia, women who stick to traditions and cultural traits are treated with utmost respect and are being valued like that of a gold.
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Jazz is a genre in its own right in Japan and last weekend, Phnom Penhers were treated to an evening of Japanese jazz in Bouchon Wine Bar.
A Chinese cultural show, themed: “Beautiful China-Scenic Guangxi”, held in Hawalli.
A Yunnan official says that Cambodia and the province have enjoyed many benefits through current policies.
The Ministry of Tourism announces a series of competitions aimed at enhancing the quality of tourism services in the Kingdom and widening the country’s tourism offer.
Foreign Affairs Minister to co-chair the 16th Cambodia-Vietnam Joint Commission.
Born in 1937, Adeline Yen Mah is the youngest child in her family. She was fortunate to be born in one of the most affluent families during the time when China’s cultural and political upheaval was evident.
Hun Sen Park was buzzing with an exciting line-up of activities for all to enjoy when festivities and celebrations to usher in the Khmer New Year ended yesterday.
Hun Sen Park was transformed into a buzzing venue with an exciting line-up of activities.