Traditional Khmer swords are considered prized possessions in the kingdom.
This is street art – a kind of visual art that takes artworks outside traditional venues.
“Who’s it For” is a collection of modern short fictions published by Nou Hach Literary Association in 2014.
CSAEXPO concludes with Cambodia represented by more than 20 businesses.
It’s been 120 years since Spain moved out of the Philippines and gave the Southeast Asian country its well-deserved sovereignty.
The Kampot Playboys’ debut album ‘Garuda’ is a fusion of Khmer traditional, rock and Celtic sounds for the creation of happy danceable tunes.
The Health Ministry has recalled Ceng Fui Yen traditional medicines from pharmacies and traditional medicine stores nationwide.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday helped weave the last cotton threads for the world’s longest krama that has now reached 1,000 metres.
First written in Japanese in 2001 by author Pen Ponnareth, “Rainbow Sky”, is a masterpiece that contains reflections of the good life children experienced in the 1960s and the miseries in the Khmer Rouge regime.
The name Kampong Chhnang, literally means the ‘Port of Pots’, and the name came about with a very good reason – the area’s reputation for producing high-quality pottery predates the zenith of the Khmer Empire by two whole centuries.
A researcher urged all Facebook users in Cambodia to use social media responsibly and respectfully toward others, this being the only way to ensure freedom of expression.
Weaving of the longest krama is due to finish in the next two months.
It was a happy weekend for food lovers last Saturday and Sunday as the 2nd Slaprea Food Festival opened at the 2040 Container Market at the heart of Phnom Penh.
CIMB Bank PLC (CIMB Bank) organised a Khmer New Year party themed ‘Customer’s Day’ at all of its branches nationwide on April 11.
Khmer traditional music, many forms of dances, classical instruments are continuously celebrated and well-respected by people in and outside of Cambodia.
As the sunlight faded, many foreigners and Cambodians sat and chatted under artificial lighting to the left of the Cambodian Living Arts theatre on the grounds of the National Museum of Cambodia.
To mark the end of the harvest season and enjoy the fruit of farmers’ labour prior to the beginning of the rainy season, the traditional Khmer New Year is celebrated from April 13 or 14 to 16.
A crowd of people stood and sat on handmade mats waiting for the show. Before them was a stage set up with colourful flashing lights designed for a Lakhoan Yike performance, “Sobpa Sith”.
Business is booming for Siri Seatea’s traditional dress shop in Bangkok.
Bokator, Cambodia’s traditional martial art, has been submitted for inclusion on the official sporting discipline list.
Cambodian people can ride public buses for free in the Khmer New Year, says PM.
Siem Reap, being the country’s major tourist hub, has an upbeat and colourful vibe brought by locals and foreigners enjoying both the sanctity and vibrancy of the place.
Aiming to promote the Cambodian identity through the krama, the traditional Khmer scarf, under the theme of “Believe Khmer Can”, GoGo Cambodia recently set up a campaign at Veal Preah Mehru.