Culture, environment and LGBT relationships will be the major topics of an upcoming photo exhibition organised by the media students of Department of Media and Communication in June.
Aside from being a Khmer Linguistics instructor at Mean Chey University, Hun Chhunteng has been researching for years about Khmer inscriptions to unlock his curiosity.
King Norodom Sihamoni praises China for its key role at the Conference in Beijing, saying that it promotes cultures and understanding.
A chest binder, packaging from used hormone injections and a preserved penis donated after a sex-change operation – all part of an exhibition designed to showcase Singapore’s rich transgender history.
Singapore’s diversity in its people, culture, traditions and trends also means diversity in its wonderful offerings to its own citizens and all its visitors.
Chinese experts have been working with local colleagues for over two decades to revive the invaluable treasures of Cambodia.
Although more than 95 percent of Cambodia’s population are Buddhists, superstition, particularly belief in spirits and the paranormal, are deep-seated in its people’s culture. It is not unusual in the country to hear people speaking about their encounters with the supernatural.
The joy and enthusiasm that reflect on every young Khmer readers are positive emblems that the Kingdom’s reading culture is going forward. To celebrate this and to further promote this signi-ficant change, the government marked the 4th National Reading Day last week.
France’s embassy opens a French language and culture association in Siem Reap.
Leong Yuet Meng cannot walk more than 10 meters without assistance. Yet, the frail 90-year-old still runs a wanton noodle stall in downtown Singapore, selling at least 200 bowls on any given day.
Queen Mother calls on the public to join together in improving social morality and a culture of non-violence.
Cambodia is known as a country that’s rich in culture, arts and architecture. But through war, internal conflicts, the splendid arts and culture have somehow been forgotten by its own people. Since the last three decades, the arts scene in Cambodia has been growing.
Prime Minister Hun Sen today met with Chinese Minister of Culture and Tourism Luo Shugang to boost relationship and cooperation between the two countries, announcing this year as the Year of Tourism and Culture.
Culture Ministry says there are still challenges to address in order to protect heritage.
The Culture and Fine Arts Ministry says there are still challenges the ministry has to address in order to protect the Kingdom’s culture and heritage sites, despite the work it manage to complete last year.
Culture and Fine Arts Minister is appealing to young Cambodians to visit museums.
Hate speech, abuse, belittlement: DW contributor Courtney Tenz looks at how #ToxicTwitter is shifting our culture of debate – and wonders why, if we can’t say something nice, we are saying anything at all.
The Asian Cultural Council will today begin a series of roundtable meetings to discuss four topics about culture in Asian countries.
The Asian Cultural Council will tomorrow begin a series of roundtable meetings to discuss four topics about culture in Asian countries.
The European Union Delegate in Cambodia announced last week the winners of this year’s photo competition in line with the celebration of the European Year of Cultural Heritage.
Cambodia, with Unesco support, is set to host the launching of the Asian Cultural Council next month, a government official said.
With the rich culture and tradition being depicted in very street and every corner in Cambodia, it is no wonder why many local photographers find the nation a perfect subject for their art. The success of Canon Photomarathon Cambodia 2018 is a proof to this.
“Macao Light Festival 2018” kicks off in China’s Macao Special Administrative Region.
Leather carving and shadow puppetry have been part of Cambodian culture for thousands of years. Performances used to transpire across the Kingdom regularly, with some performers even going abroad to showcase the art.
Life is a carnival. Some play it safe on a merry-go-round while others go for the thrills on a roller coaster. Intensive planning prior to travelling may limit our imagination by stifling it with too much of what we think we already know.
North and South Korea joined forces to get their ancient wrestling tradition onto a UN list of cultural treasures on Monday – a step forward in their rapprochement as their governments grapple with deeper divides.
Scholarships: YOUTH INNOVATE CAMBODIA – SA SA ART PROJECTS AND THE VANN MOLYVANN PROJECT- FILMMAKERS WITHOUT BORDERS (FWB) Filmmaking Grants
Opening wide doors for Cambodian youths to experience and understand Japan – its culture, traditions and developments – the Embassy of Japan and the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport held the JENESYS 2018 youth exchange programme at the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center on October 25.
For the first time, the Asean Council of Japan Alumni Conference was hosted in the cosmopolitan town of Siem Reap last week. The event, now on its 24th year, aims to strengthen the relationship of Japan and Asean nations through tourism, education and culture sharing.
A $500-million theme park in Guangxi to bring Asean’s landmarks in miniature format.