Documentary records five-year quest to join leading international circus.
2020 has been a year where more than a million people have died.
It has been two years since Thuch Salik, who can speak 16 languages, went viral because of his gift. The series Beyond The Viral Video finds out how the turnaround in the 16-year-old’s life has gone.
Siev Kim is the daughter of Kaing Guek Eav, better known as comrade Duch, the notorious former director of S-21, a prison used by the Khmer Rouge to interrogate and torture enemies of the brutal communist regime that ruled Cambodia between 1975 and 1979.
Cambodia has been put on the travel corridor list, and its absorbing capital, where New Khmer meets Art Deco, merits a visit before heading to the beaches.
UNESCO will continue to support the National Museum of Cambodia to build capacity in terms of conservation and exhibition of the returned cultural objects and pursue the repatriation of the remaining stolen objects to Cambodia.
Former Marblehead resident Gabrielle Yetter released her new novel,” Whisper of the Lotus,” to support “Justice and Soul,” an anti-trafficking organization.
The way by which human beings relate to the environment is of urgent relevance today.
Three young men look to forge their own paths in the fast-developing Kingdom of Cambodia in French filmmaker Jessé Miceli’s keenly observed debut feature.
A team of gardeners are trying to protect Cambodia’s most valued heritage site — Angkor Wat.
Welcome to Cambodia's Water Festival, or Bon Om Touk.
Filmmaker Alice Gu spoke to Salon about the charming Ted Ngoy, who created a donut empire for Cambodian immigrants
Nearly every independent donut shop in every Southern California mini-mall hides a story — and many of them start with an unlikely impresario, a Cambodian refugee named Ted Ngoy.
This documentary traces the mercurial journey of a Cambodian refugee who became a doughnut mogul in California.
The artwork marks the 55th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Singapore and Cambodia.
In Siem Reap of northwestern Cambodia, scarecrows, known as ‘Ting Mong’, are not just for birds — but also diseases and spirits.
The vendors plying their trade on Phnom Penh's streets play an invaluable but under-appreciated role supporting life in the capital. But using their makeshift riverside studio, two photographers set out to place these overlooked workers in the spotlight.
Up to 284 jars plundered from a shipwreck off the coast of Sihanoukville, Cambodia are ancient pottery dating between the 15th and 17th centuries.
The third volume of "Xi Jinping: The Governance of China" was launched in Cambodia on Tuesday, attracting scores of readers from the Senate, the National Assembly and all ministries in the country.
The project took them one year to complete.