A Japanese woman hands over 85 Khmer artifacts in dedication of her husband.
Efforts to include intangible heritage in Unesco’s World Heritage List.
As the Philippines commemorated the death of its national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal, yesterday, the Philippine Embassy in Phnom Penh unveiled his bust on December 28 as a way to inspire Filipinos in Cambodia to always uphold the teachings of Jose Rizal.
The Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts organised the 2nd Cambodia National Short Film Festival last week to inspire and encourage talented Cambodian youths to use filmmaking in delivering relevant and significant messages to the society.
Shooting a film on tourism and investment in Cambodia has began.
A report shows digital platforms are a viable way for local singers to market content.
The Cambodian Karate team captures five medals from the 7th Karate Championships.
Culture Ministry announces that officials are planning to restore damaged heritage sites.
Deputy Prime Minister says that the Ministry of Culture should produce a big budget film documenting the Angkor temples.
The Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts received 119 artefacts from Japan to keep at the National Museum.
The Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts on Monday launched the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum Archives Preservation and Digitization Project.
Government officials will travel to recover ten ancient jewellery items.
The embassy of Japan and the Japan foundation in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts and the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Centre held the third Japanese film festival.
The Japan Foundation and Embassy of Japan in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts and Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center organised the “Japanese Film Festival in Cambodia 2017”.
The Department of Performing Arts under the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts recently celebrated the Chapey Festival at Chaktomuk Hall.