Cambodia’s arts scene mourns loss of influential art teacher

Cambodia's arts community is mourning the untimely death of one of its most influential art educators. Lorkru Srey Bandaul was a co-founder of Phare Ponleu Selpak, the non-profit arts school in Battambang which has nurtured generations of artists, children and young people through artistic, educational, social and outreach programmes.

Cambodia’s COVID-19 caseload surpasses 80,000 after 591 new infections reported

Cambodia's COVID-19 case total has surged to 80,225 on Thursday after 591 fresh infections were confirmed across the country, the health ministry said in a statement.

Cambodia’s nightlife scene tests COVID success

Karaoke lounges, bars and casinos under scrutiny after cases in Southeast Asian country surge into the tens of thousands.

Cambodia’s Delta COVID-19 variant cases rise to 265 after 42 new cases detected

Cambodia found another 42 new cases of the Delta variant of COVID-19 on Tuesday, bringing the kingdom's total number of the Delta variant cases to 265, health ministry's secretary of state and spokeswoman Or Vandine said.

Cambodian Leader Acknowledges Oil Production ‘Failure’

The government’s Singaporean partner filed for liquidation in June, six months after offshore production started.

Cambodia to chair ASEAN in choppy waters

Cambodia will be ASEAN chair next year — its third time since joining the regional group in 1999. The last time Cambodia chaired ASEAN was in 2012, when it was fiercely criticised for siding with China at the expense of other ASEAN states over territorial disputes in the South China Sea.

The Anti-Vietnamese Legacy of Kem Ley

There were two sides to Kem Ley, the beloved Cambodian activist who was murdered five years ago: the calm, insightful public intellectual, and the hyperbolic nationalist who wanted to rid Cambodia of “illegal Vietnamese immigrants”, writes Tim Frewer.

Cambodia delays welcoming tourists by a year

Authorities prioritize public health and safety after detection of the deadly Delta variant of the coronavirus.

Cambodia aims to wean off US dollar dependence with digital currency

Central banks across the world are rushing to develop their own digital currencies in a bid to provide safe and convenient payment systems as digitalization rapidly expands to many segments of the economy.

Cambodia approves projects that will create 9,500 jobs

The Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC) has approved eight new projects worth US$71.4 million expected to create over 9,500 jobs.

Team USA diver Jordan Windle credits adoptive father who saved him from Cambodia orphanage...

Team USA diver Jordan Windle has reflected on the profound impact his adoptive father has had on his life while gearing up to compete at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

How US Olympic diver Jordan Windle went from a Cambodian orphanage to the Tokyo...

Windle, 22, credits his adoptive father with helping him achieve his Olympic dream. He and Jerry, who is gay, co-wrote a book on the challenges they faced. American Olympic legend and LGBTI activist Greg Louganis describes Windle as ‘determined and dedicated’.

Anthony Veasna So died unexpectedly last winter, before his debut book was released. Everyone...

For the occasion of his first book, Afterparties, Anthony Veasna So would have loved it all: the interviews, book tour, readings, attention, praise, pans, mythmaking, the opportunity to opine on the treacly queer writers he hates (or at least shade them) and the insufficiency of Asian American identity.

USAID redirects funding in Cambodia as future of Prey Lang Wildlife Sanctuary hangs in...

Satellite data show Prey Lang has lost nearly 9% of its forest cover over the past five years, and researchers and activists say its remaining forest is being eyed by logging companies.

Is Cambodia’s thirst for sand putting communities and the Mekong at risk?

The Cambodian government is embarking on a number of ambitious development projects, which critics say come at the expense of the environment and people’s livelihoods.

Rare vulture population in Cambodia declines further: latest census

Critically endangered vultures in Cambodia remained on the edge of extinction as the population of the species continued to decline, a conservationist said on Tuesday.

Team USA diver Jordan Windle credits adoptive father who saved him from Cambodia orphanage...

Team USA diver Jordan Windle has reflected on the profound impact his adoptive father has had on his life while gearing up to compete at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

How US Olympic diver Jordan Windle went from a Cambodian orphanage to the Tokyo...

Windle, 22, credits his adoptive father with helping him achieve his Olympic dream. He and Jerry, who is gay, co-wrote a book on the challenges they faced. American Olympic legend and LGBTI activist Greg Louganis describes Windle as ‘determined and dedicated’.

Cambodia to send three athletes to Tokyo Olympics despite pandemic

Cambodia's three elite athletes will represent the Southeast Asian nation in the Tokyo Olympic Games, sports officials said on Thursday.