Eileen McCormick discovers the start-up Philosophy Café, and by chance meets Dr Taro Mochizuki, whose quest is to use philosophy to inculcate the idea of peace through coffee houses.
Little progress so far to get three of its most scenic cities recognised by Unesco.
Over 2,000 runners sign up for the annual Angkor Khmer Empire Marathon.
Prime Minister Hun Sen promises to maintain peace along the Kingdom’s borders.
Bolivia is to construct an underwater museum at Lake Titicaca to show archaeological objects from the Tiwanaku culture.
Seven ancient Korean mountain temples, which typify the way Buddhism in the country has merged with indigenous beliefs and styles, were listed as UNESCO.
A report shows digital platforms are a viable way for local singers to market content.
Ministry of Education and Unesco will submit a National Policy on Lifelong Learning.
Unesco requests a delay before it announces the inclusion of Cambodia’s Bokator and Lakhon Khol dancing to its Heritage List.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation has delayed its official listing of Cambodia’s Kun L’bokator to its World Heritage List, a senior official said.
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport and UNESCO commit themselves to expanding literacy classes for Cambodian garment workers.
Just when it seemed that the G7 leaders had eked out a joint communique and avoided an open rift, Donald Trump, in a stunning Twitter turnaround, retracted his endorsement. It’s probably better that way. DW’s Michael Knigge tells why.
South Korean investors show an interest in investing in Sambor Prei Kuk.
A deal to establish the first direct flight connecting the Unesco-listed cities of Siem Reap in Cambodia and Bagan in Myanmar has been delayed due to discrepancies regarding a stopover in Bangkok.
A study analysing gender equality in media employment is published.
“Known today as Preah Vihear, the temple was dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva, who was believed to inhabit the heights.
Intrepid traveler Jean-Francois Perigois makes his way to the ancient town of Luang Prabang, which is associated with many legends. One story has it that Buddha must have smiled when he rested there on his travels.
The purchase of tickets to the Unesco-listed Angkor temple complex will be available online.
The Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts yesterday launched a preservation and digitisation project for the archives held at Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum.
The Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts on Monday launched the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum Archives Preservation and Digitization Project.