Although 40 years have passed since the collapse of the genocidal Khmer Rouge era, the dark history of Cambodia still remains at the heart of its remaining survivors.
Hun Many highlights the Kingdom’s remarkable progress.
Besides drawing the world’s attention to the tragedies suffered by his nation, there was another poignant reason for writing the book: Yathay hoped to find his lost son.
It is safe to say that everyone born in Cambodia knows of Sin Sisamuth, the Kingdom’s greatest singer and composer of all times.
Ronnie Yimsut – American-Cambodian author, activist, NGO worker, retired senior landscape architect for the United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service, official influential person, orphan and Khmer Rouge survivor – had a dream.
PM says the Kingdom managed to thwart a regime change attempt last year.
From April 30, 1977, to May 1, 1978, Pol Pot’s army conducted massive invasions of Vietnam territory. From March, 26, 1978, the Vietnamese Army shifted from defence to attack against Khmer Rouge troops.
About 200 members of the CPP’s youth wing salute victims of the Khmer Rouge.
On January 7, Cambodia is to celebrate the 41st anniversary of the day the capital was captured from the Khmer Rouge.
The Khmer Rouge history being teached to young people initiated by Bophana, the center of audiovisual resource has finally closed its 4thyear project on Monday with 87 new documentaries.
Fifty-three young people from different schools have successfully completed their production workshop dubbed the “App-Learning on Khmer Rouge History” on Monday, after spending a month studying with guidance from the Bophana Center.
National Assembly president highlights the gov’t’s achievements of nearly 4 decades.
Thousands to commemorate the 41st anniversary of the founding of the SFDCM.
The verdict of Meas Muth’s case is expected to be issued early next year.
The Pre-Trial Chamber hears the arguments of parties in Case 003 against Meas Muth.
+$250,000 in support of the Khmer Rouge tribunal’s Legal Documentation Centre.
Are you a fan of American TV series Ghost Hunters? Or a daredevil flirting with doom? Like other ethnic people in Asia, the Cambodians believe in the supernatural, and love ghost stories and horror films.
Arguments of parties in Case 003 against Meas Muth is to be heard next month.
Three transgender men living in secret under the genocidal Khmer Rouge regime share their stories of love, loss and betrayal.
PM defends the presence of Vietnam’s troops in Cambodia in the 1980s.
A song to document peace struggle.
What makes it more special is that ‘Arts4Peace’ is organising to mark the 40th year after the fall of the Khmer Rouge, together with the 20th anniversary of Cambodian Living Arts.
The genocidal Khmer Rouge regime left ‘security offices’ where they had detained, tortured and executed their ‘prisoners’, all over the country.
The Khmer Rouge Tribunal is now slowly wrapping up obligations, leading to concern over where its archives will be stored.
Before Mr Chea died earlier this month, he recounted his life to Mr Phalla.
The recent death of Nuon Chea is a boost to the prospect for peace and reconciliation in this country. The infamous Khmer Rouge ideologue was declared dead from complex illness and diseases at the age of ninety-three at his Phnom Penh hospital on August 4, 2019.
Nuon Chea died this month while serving a life sentence for crimes against humanity.
The body of Khmer Rouge leader Nuon Chea was cremated on Friday.
SHOWCASING the scars etched into their minds, Kim Hak has brought to life the portrait of Khmer Rouge survivors and their tale in his photographic exhibition called “Alive”, now on show at Bophana Centre from August 1-31.
Daughter of Nuon Chea says her father’s last words were a call for solidarity.