This new show, billed as “One hour of intense performance like a ceremony of exorcism of social rules,” is choreographed by Jean-Baptiste Phou and composed by Ly Vanthan.
Defence Ministry highlights the contributions of female soldiers deployed overseas.
Since its inception in 2014, Phnom Penh’s bus service has only employed male drivers.
After the major sexual misconduct outbursts involving Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, the world started waking up and paid close attention to sexual consent and the topic of sexuality in general.
However, did you know that football does wonders for females, too?
The Asian Football Confederation announced yesterday that for the first time an all-female referee team will take charge of a men’s continental club cup clash.
The World Medical Association yesterday urged doctors not to enforce controversial new IAAF gender rules for classifying female athletes, warning that attempts to do so would breach ethical codes.
South African runner Caster Semenya yesterday lost her court challenge against IAAF rules forcing female athletes to regulate their testosterone levels, but judges voiced concern with the application of the “discriminatory” regulations.
A wave of “faintings” swept through the women working at the Indochine Apparel.
Prime Minister Hun Sen urges the Women’s Affairs and Justice Ministries to explore the possibility of pardoning some female inmates outside of national holiday periods.
Savannah Em is finally set to enter the ONE Championship cage for her debut.
The nation’s film industry is in peril without government support, says Phoung Bopha.
Jarra Sisowath, exhibits a coolness rarely found in someone so young.
Two Muslim women running for Congress – Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar.
About 50,000 female garment workers, who have delivered babies, have received over $5 million thus far this year.
22 are dead, while 36 others wounded in a bomb blast on an election gathering.
A popular British drama will feature an all-female cast and crew, which its producer says is the first time that women have taken over a TV soap both on and off screen.
A female student has scored the top grade on the national exam.
Khun Gechsoun, aka Soon, is a rising female entrepreneur who hails from an impoverished background in Kampot. Growing up, she supported her family by washing fishing boats and spending eight years working as a maid in Malaysia.
Athletes in Siem Reap to contest the 15th Southeast Asian Bodybuilding Championships.
New Zealand youngest Prime Minister becomes the first woman in the country to give birth while in office.
A Cambodian female martial artist has brought home another win from Myanmar.
To study in a university for a bachelor’s degree is tough. But, undeniably, moving out from the province where you lived most of your young life and transferring to the busy city of Phnom Penh just to pursue good education is a lot tougher.
Koung Sorita is well known in the business scene in Cambodia. At a young age, she has already accomplished so much – businesses here and there, social work, and affiliations with established organisations.
Hit songs today are “happier”, more danceable and more likely to be sung by women than songs that fail to make it to the charts, a study into 30 years of musical evolution revealed yesterday.
Over 20 young women in Herat have established themselves as computer experts.
Caster Semenya will bid to move the spotlight from new IAAF rules for female athletes.
Nearly $1.8 million are given to about 18,000 garment workers who have given birth.
For the first four months and one day of 2018, the Cambodian government has doled out nearly $1.8 million to nearly 18,000 female garment workers who have given birth.
Leading Chinese firms are heavily criticised for gender discrimination in a new report.