We usually associate love with emotional feelings. And by emotional feelings, we don’t like to link it with scientific discoveries. We like to be “the two idiots in love”. We like to let our emotions just flow every which way direction.
Looking to revive your passion for words in the form of poetry and prose? Lang Leav brings forth her seventh title to life, exploring themes beyond love and heartbreak.
All in all, the books is rich with stories. Most of the scenarios highlighted in the book are relatable even to ordinary people. It encourages readers to embrace changes and transformation, rather than get scared of what they can’t control.
Let’s say you do not really believe about past life because it doesn’t seem to make sense to you. But what if one day, you dream of your past life and see your beloved man die for you? What if that man is also present in your current life?
‘Sea of Strangers’ is a collection of poetry written by Lang Leav whose works are nothing but beautiful masterpieces that will let you go beyond love and loss.
We easily fall in love with women whose kindness and compassion exude every time they speak. But finding that perfect woman isn’t as easy as it sounds.
About 200 young people gathered to celebrate Valentine’s Day at the National Blood Transfusion Centre.
Over the recent years, we’ve always heard and seen the government – the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport specifically – doing its best to educate students on the effects of Valentine’s Day.
Love is in the air for many around the globe on Valentine’s Day today.
A young couple with matching expressions stare nervously into the camera with deep brown eyes. He, a Vietnamese student, has just met the love of his life. She, a North Korean, is forbidden to love him back.
Picture this: you love someone more than you love yourself. But one day, you discover that he or she has an untreatable disease and can no longer stay with you. To make things worse, your lover’s parents do not really approve of your relationship. What will you do?
Take in the vibes of a heart-fluttering love story about Justin, the charismatic singer, and Cherry, the gorgeous dancer.
Suong Mak, author of “Death Note”, had already written blogs and a few novels by the end of his teenage years. He gained the attention of a wider audience with the short stories he posted on the “archphkai” blog.
The heart has always been perceived as something of extraordinary importance in the human psyche since time immemorial.
“Eat, Pray, Love” is an autobiography about a woman’s life journey to find pleasure, transcendence, and the balance of both.
Have you ever felt loving someone at first sight? Have you ever felt abandoned by the people you love that you are forced to live all by yourself?
“Black Cover” is a book containing seven stories of the society and of love. The book was published in 2008 by the Cambodia-Sweden Literature Association.
Wedding is a celebration of love – not just for the couple but for the people who wish them genuine happiness as they embark on a journey together.
A 23-year-old man is arrested for allegedly strangling his ex-girlfriend to death.
A 24-year-old man was arrested on Sunday evening for slashing the throat of a 28-year-old woman who refused his advances.
When she was twelve, Beatrice was told by a fortune teller that her one true love would die young and leave her all alone.
It is a marriage made in Heaven for cute-obsessed Japan: this Valentine’s Day, lovers can present the object of their affection with a world first – naturally bright pink chocolate.
Famous author Nou Hach gave Cambodia the kind of literature that would live on for decades. Even years after his death, Mr Hach’s books remain relevant pieces that spell of love, culture and history.
Love is a wonderful thing; we feel the tendency to fight for that “rare” love.
The Dashwood sisters live happily with their parents and younger sister in Norland, England until the death of their father Henry forces Mrs Dashwood and her daughters to move.
Kim Dyna is a young novelist who recently graduated from a TESOL programme at Pannasastra University of Cambodia.
Everyone wants to love and be loved, despite the fact that – for most of us at least – love is a source of suffering at one time or another.
US President Donald Trump must be giddy: on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, he finally met his Russian counterpart and strongman-hero Vladimir Putin.