Led by a police car and a chai yam band playing traditional music, 27 chefs made up part of a long procession of vehicles driving through Siem Reap town, with national flags waving and participants proudly showing off their medals as they made a triumphant return home.
A compelling depiction of life under Khmer Rouge.
For Narn and Janae Chhith, the opening of their restaurant Narn’s Rice and Noodle in Hoquiam is not only a dream come true, but feels like it was destined to be for the Aberdeen couple.
A mortar and pestle, a pair of scissors and a cooking pot are among the objects Cambodian refugees have kept with them since resettling in New Zealand.
Chhay Areng Valley is not only known as an ecotourism destination attracting local and international visitors, it is also a place with a rich ethnic minority arts and culture heritage. But this culture is increasingly threatened with disappearance.
Australia's best pie has been named after 12 hungry judges tasted 1,700 pastries .
Cambodian carrier Angkok Air will soon launch the first ever direct flight between Phnom Penh and Vietnam's tourism hub Da Nang.
A Cambodian refugee who fled the Pol Pot regime to the US has formulated a recipe for kroeung (lemongrass paste) that has won two awards in her adopted home.
Jia's Xstream Pictures has struck a co-production deal with Anti-Archive for the development of 'Building,' marking the Chinese auteur's first foray into one of Southeast Asia's emerging film markets.
Ascend to the realm of the Gods in Angkor Wat. Descend into the hell of the Khmer Rouge at Tuol Sleng. Languish in azure waters on the beaches of Koh Rong. Thanks to a history both inspiring and depressing, Cambodia delivers an intoxicating present for adventurous visitors.
Denis Do’s “Sorya” and Amandine Taffin’s “Tistou of the Green Thumbs” –both from France– took feature kudos at the 2019 Mifa Pitches Awards, the first honors announced at Annecy and devoted to projects pitched in various categories/showcases: Feature Films, TV Series and Specials, Short Films and Animation du Monde.
Photographer Kim Hak has documented the keepsakes of fellow Cambodians who escaped Pol Pot’s killing fields for new lives in New Zealand. He talks to Mike White about his exhibition Alive.
People give me a second look when I tell them I didn’t “officially” come out to my parents until I was 30-something. Honestly, if I hadn’t proposed to my girlfriend, I would’ve never had the courage to come out to my parents.
Montreal muralist Bryan Beyung draws on both Western and Asian cultures.
“Funan” is a stunning piece of animation in which the beauty of the visuals and the horror of the situation are inextricably intertwined.
A social media campaign created by Siem Reap-based NGO This Life Cambodia to tackle domestic violence is gaining international recognition having just won the Best Social Media Campaign of the Year award at the Not-For-Profit Technology Awards in Australia, as well as being a finalist for the global Grassroots Justice Prize.
Exactly 40 years on from the fall of the Khmer Rouge, Cambodia has emerged as a vibrant country driven by a young, entrepreneurial population. Three new hotel openings in the south confirm the country as luxury travel’s latest frontier.
As someone who is half-Khmer, it’s always been a looming fact in my household that my father survived the Cambodian genocide as a child in the late-1970s.
Director Denis Do’s film about the Cambodian genocide is a deeply personal one.
Cambodia's three top tourist attractions draw 2.5 million people a year.