The government yesterday marked the annual Day of Remembrance, commemorating the victims of the murderous Khmer Rouge regime.
Yeang Sakuny was determined to break the glass ceiling in the country’s literature. She published a book of her own, detailing how people died and survived in 1975.
The lives of the Cambodian people during the Lon Nol regime, the emergence of civil conflicts, the genocide during the Khmer Rouge regime are all still in the memory of the people in this present day.
Families who live around Ta Mok’s house are told they would not get land titles.
Deciding to leave your home country is always a difficult choice. However, when the country is in chaos, some people force themselves to leave to seek safety.
Im Chaem says her mind is at ease.
The history of Cambodia is forever scarred by the Khmer Rouge regime, during which more than 2 million people were killed or died due to overwork, disease or starvation.
Having lived most of her life away from her homeland, Peuo Tuy was always in constant search for acceptance and love. She went through stages of confusion, judgment, and rebellion to prove her worth.
Celebrating the Riel Day 38th Reintroduction of the Riel
Chan Kunthiny points out that the attitude of the currently hostile Cambodian diaspora can be turned around by better diplomacy, using lessons learned from Vietnam to bring overseas Vietnamese back home.
The pain of Cambodia’s past has, for so many times, become a favourite subject of filmmakers who want to delve deep into the sufferings during the Khmer Rouge regime.
Chan Sophal argues that the current form of democracy in the country is a recipe for continued division and a huge barrier to national unity.
His gallery is a mixture of the traditional and the modern, the colourful and the monochromatic, abstract works and the portraits.
The Indian government has contributed $50,000 to the Khmer Rouge tribunal’s annual budget requirements.
Ven Et travelled for ten hours from a village in Areng Valley to Phnom Penh. His fragile physique spoke of exhaustion as he got off the bus. His eyes wandered around, trying to make himself familiar of the big city.
The government has set May 20 as a National Day of Remembrance.
Mr Mab, 25, was born several years after the nation’s Year Zero. But even without personally experiencing the hardships during the Khmer Rouge, Mr Mab understands the pain of his forefathers.
The Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts on Monday launched the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum Archives Preservation and Digitization Project.
For those looking to get out of Phnom Penh and soak up some of colonial Cambodia, the place to go is Chhlong, about 31 kilometres south of Kratie.
US artist Chris Coles is based in Bangkok and Phnom Penh, captures below-the-surface reality of people, situations and social structures.
A 12-year-old boy was killed and a 10-year-old boy injured after playing with a UXO in Battambang province.
The Royal Cambodian Armed Forces’ annual sports competition and equipment exhibition on Koh Pich island this weekend will be bigger than last year’s.
The Royal Cambodian Forces will hold their annual sports competition on Koh Pich from Friday to Sunday.
The US embassy in Phnom Penh on Sunday gave a new example of such “diplomacy as the patriotic art to lie” (Ambrose Gwinett Bierce).
PM hails the government’s success in preventing a colour revolution as he presided over a ceremony to celebrate Victory Day.
Since the victory 39 years ago on January 7, Cambodia has been developing and now had a vibrant economy, says PM.
Yoeu Chentu, the niece of deposed Prime Minister Lon Nol, recalls painfully the murder of her father by the Pol Pot regime and the deaths of almost all her family members.
Sunday is officially Cambodia’s Victory Over Genocide Day, an occasion to be celebrated by some, while others have mixed feelings about it.
The novel “Krom Domnok Teouk Pleang” (Under the Raindrops) was written by the talented, multi-award winning author Um Sophanny.