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Neighbors hope to save Cambodian restaurant in Tacoma

A small business owner has struggled as the Tacoma area has boomed. Now he may have to leave his space at the end of the month.

My Cambodia Review

Tomatoes are gone. Basil has bolted. Quinces and chestnuts are clamouring.

Four Sisters Benefit from Their Parents’ Long Road Here

When Alexandra Mai was a freshman, she took a history class that opened a door to her family’s past.

Event will raise money for temple’s final piece

When the first wave of Cambodian refugees settled in Lowell during the early 1980s, they used a small apartment located in the Acre neighborhood as a makeshift Buddhist temple.

Young Singer-Songwriters Hope to Revitalize Cambodian Music Industry

These young artists were selected to come to America on the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP), sponsored by the U.S. Department of State.

My Bayon’s exciting Cambodian food education awaits us all

The hospo game ain’t no picnic.

OIC praises Cambodia for commitment to tolerance

About 800,000 Muslims live in Cambodia, which has a population of 16 million people.

China playing greater role in safeguarding Cambodia’s cultural heritage

China has been playing a greater role in safeguarding and developing Cambodia’s cultural heritage, Apsara National Authority’s spokesman Long Kosal said.

Cambodia meshes traditional and modern worlds in Khmer new year celebration

Click. I duck. Click click. I take two steps back, one to the left. Click click. I lift my camera. Focus.

Rithy Panh, President of the Caméra d’or Jury

Revealed by the Festival in 1994 with his first fiction film, The Rice People, Cambodian director Rithy Panh will preside over this year’s Caméra d’or Jury.

‘Funan’ Exclusive Trailer: GKids Gets Animated Over Cambodian Survival Drama

"'Funan' is the story of a family. Of a woman...My mother," the director said of his animated film about the Khmer Rouge's cruelties.

Gordon Ramsay Goes Tarantula Hunting In Cambodia

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay will star in yet another TV show.

Over 300 domestic helpers from Cambodia, Myanmar and Sri Lanka celebrate...

Domestic worker Iek Saron last celebrated the Khmer New Year at home two years ago but she and her fellow Cambodians did not let that stop them from enjoying the festivities here on Sunday (May 5).

‘See You Yesterday’ shatters legacy of silence on Cambodian genocide

My journey to cross-cultural understanding included a search for self-knowledge, about what makes us who we are and what we’ve inherited from the generations before us.

The halal restaurant serving up culinary delights in Siem Reap

In Siem Reap, sitting close to the main entrance of Angkor Wat – originally a Hindu monument upon its construction – in a Buddhist majority community, is the Angkor Halal Restaurant, serving culinary delights for Muslim tourists visiting one of the great wonders of the world.

2019 White Center Cambodian New Year Street Festival

With over 500 attendees, the 2019 White Center Khmer New Year Celebration hosted by the Cambodian Cultural Alliance of Washington (CCAW) celebrated its annual street festival on April 27.

Discover the Kingdom’s newest gallery with a celestial exhibition

Khmer Artist Savann Thav launches his latest art collection of colour-mastering canvas artworks related to the Celestial at his exhibition opened at Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra on May 6th, 2019.

In US, Traditional Khmer Dance Unites Cambodian-American Community

For nearly 40 years, a Cambodian-American couple have been preserving a unique traditional dance in the Washington D.C. area in an effort to present what they regard as their native "invaluable asset" and bring together the Cambodian-American community in the U.S. VOA Khmer’s Say Mony reports.

Insects everywhere! Cambodia’s expansive creepy-crawly menu

Cambodia insects bites: what do the weirdest and most popular edible insects eaten in Cambodia taste like? Make this (not always) delicious trip with us!

For 47 years Cambodian speciality remains popular with Saigon foodies

It is a noodle dish that seems simple to make but has unexpected layers of complexity.