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Netscape Founder Gives Up $35 Million in Art Said to Be...

“Why would you want to own something that was stolen?” said James H. Clark, who investigators said had been persuaded to buy dozens of looted items by a rogue dealer.

Tech titan surrenders Cambodian relics sold by indicted dealer amid broader...

Netscape co-founder Jim Clark paid millions for antiquities bought from alleged trafficker Douglas Latchford, whose secret offshore dealings were exposed in the Pandora Papers.

This French priest witnessed the “hell on earth” in Cambodia under...

Fr. François Ponchaud, S.J. was one of the last Westerners evacuated before the totalitarian regime devoured the country.

Khmer Performers Emerge from the Pandemic with Renewed Purpose

Pacing past rows of dancers, Prumsodun Ok’s feet fell to the beat of trak toch, a traditional Khmer melody used when a character displays supernatural powers.

Pivoting Our View of a Sculpture

Research and collaboration have reconfigured a work from around the year 600, transforming its presence.

A culinary guide to Cambodia, from ancient recipes to street food

There’s a buzz around the Southeast Asian kingdom’s cuisine — not only is its street food scene thriving, but recipes and traditions once lost in the shadows of history are experiencing a resurgence.

Angkor: Asia’s ancient ‘Hydraulic City’

Angkor Wat attracts millions of visitors a year, but most know little of the intricate and vast water system that fed the empire's rise and demise.

He Sold Away His People’s Heritage. He’s in the Jungle to...

A Cambodian temple looter, who says more than 100 artifacts he stole are in museums around the world, is working to help reclaim them.

The legend of the Indian prince who is the forefather of...

The love story of prince Preah Thong and Naga princess Neang Neak is intrinsic to Cambodian culture, passed on to every child at a young age.

Cambodia’s Wat Phum Thmei Palm Leaf Library and the Resilience of...

No other library emerged from the Khmer Rouge regime as unscathed.

A Botched Restoration Left These Ancient Cambodian Statues With Swapped Limbs

Now properly pieced together, the sculptures of Hindu deity Krishna are on view at the Cleveland Museum of Art.

Cambodia’s History, Viewed Through Sihanoukville

Youk Chhang recalls visits to the seaside town during several key points in Cambodia’s history.

Ancient Krishnas are reunited with their body parts

A collaboration between the Cleveland Museum of Art and the National Museum of Cambodia revealed that each boy god had been given the other’s limbs during earlier conservation work.

Denver museum to return looted relics to Cambodia after US moves...

The repatriation of the ancient statues comes weeks after Pandora Papers reporting identified dozens of Khmer antiquities linked to an accused trafficker in the collections of major art institutions.

Denver museum to return looted relics to Cambodia after U.S. moves...

The repatriation comes weeks after Pandora Papers reporting identified dozens of antiquities linked to an accused trafficker in the collections of major art institutions.

Feds intervene to help Cambodia recover looted artifacts from Denver museum

The pieces had been sold to the Denver Art Museum by a renowned art collector who was later revealed to be a major trafficker in looted goods.

Cambodian Americans Are Ready to Share Their Cuisine, On Their Terms

A new wave of Cambodian-American chefs are sharing the cuisine's bright, umami-rich flavors in pop ups and restaurants throughout the country.

Cambodian Oscar submission ‘White Building’ lands North America deal

Brooklyn-based arthouse distributor KimStim has acquired North American rights for Cambodian Oscar submission White Building from French sales company Les Film du Losange.

Museums face pressure to explain presence of Cambodian relics linked to...

Expert says there is a "long list of returns expected from museums", as Cambodia cites new evidence of war-time looting.

After Pandora Papers, Met officials contacted U.S. attorneys about relics Cambodia...

The museum met with federal prosecutors in New York after the investigation detailed links between antiquities it holds and an indicted art dealer.