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Lion dance performed in Cambodia to celebrate Chinese New Year

Folk artists performed lion dance in Cambodia on Friday to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year, or the Spring Festival, which will fall on Saturday.

From heaven to hell on the coast of Cambodia

I awake to the waves lapping beneath my tent and the screams of fellow campers going for their daily dawn swim.

Sky-High Style At Cambodia’s Leading Hotel

Rising powerfully above the bustle of the Cambodian capital, the Vattanac Capital Tower is, at 39 storeys and 188m high, the tallest building in the country.

Lion dance performed in Cambodia to celebrate Chinese New Year

Folk artists performed lion dance in Cambodia on Friday to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year, or the Spring Festival, which will fall on Saturday.

Volunteers help rebuild ‘Little Cambodia’ after Harvey

The Brazoria County community is still rebuilding after Hurricane Harvey hit them hard in 2017.

Connecting with a new generation: Amherst program links students of Cambodian...

When he was little, Shane Mang, the son of Cambodian immigrants, spoke some Khmer, the Cambodian language, around his home.

Chinese artists perform in Cambodia to celebrate upcoming Spring Festival

A troupe of artists from northwest China's Gansu province performed traditional Chinese dance, music, and martial arts here Tuesday evening to celebrate the Chinese New Year, which falls on Jan. 25.

Khmer Rouge Victims Welcome Preservation of Textiles At Tuol Sleng Museum

The launch of the project was attended by Culture Minister Phoeurng Sackona and U.S. Ambassador W. Patrick Murphy last Thursday. The U.S. ambassador said it was critical to preserve the “sacred objects”, which were visual reminders of the genocidal regime.

Cambodia, Philippines, Iceland emerge tourist hotspots

New Delhi, Jan 20 (IANS) Nearby foreign destinations such as Dubai, Thailand and Singapore remain popular among Indian tourists flying abroad but far-off places like Canada, US, Australia and Turkey also saw robust growth in 2019, a Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA) report has said.

A Look Inside Rehearsals for Lauren Yee’s Cambodian Rock Band at...

Yee’s intimate rock epic, which begins previews in February, is directed by Chay Yew.

Cambodian Rock Band, Starring Courtney Reed & More, Extends at Off-Broadway’s...

Lauren Yee's New York premiere play Cambodian Rock Band has received an extension by off-Broadway's Signature Theatre.

It came, it conquered: How the humble tuk-tuk conquered Southeast Asia

From India to Southeast Asia, Africa to South America, the humble tuk-tuk has shown that three wheels are plenty as its conquered vast swathes of the globe in recent decades.

Trail of Dead’s Conrad Keely on Leaving Cambodia and the Band’s...

Keely discusses the uncertainties that influenced the art-rock group’s tenth album.

Celebrating the unsung heroes

In a country with no formal recycling system, edjais — the Kingdom’s informal waste pickers — have taken the noble responsibility of collecting plastic wastes which are haphazardly thrown on the streets of Phnom Penh.

Social enterprises, stylish boutique stays and sun-soaked lap pools: the cosmopolitan...

While the Tomb Raider connotations of Angkor Wat still prevail, a fresh wave of cutting edge start-ups and swanky independents is reshaping the must-see cities of Siem Reap and Luang Prabang.

Sometimes It’s Better to Just Pay the Bribe

What not to do if you’re pursued by police in Phnom Penh.

Trail of Dead’s new album ‘X: The Godless Void and Other...

Trail of Dead has announced their 10th album following the return of vocalist Conrad Keely from Cambodia. The album varies in many degrees between tracks but it sweeps us through beautifully with multiple harmonies and instruments married with powerfully charged drumming and modulated vocals.

Uniworld Has a Stunning New Ship Sailing the Mekong River

The best river cruise line in the world has just launched a brand-new ship on the Mekong River, sailing between Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, and Siem Reap, Cambodia.

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Year of the Rabbit’ by Tian Veasna from...

Year of the Rabbit by Tian Veasna from Drawn+Quarterly presents an especially poignant view of the Khmer Rouge by showing it through human eyes.

Phnom Penh: Cambodia’s royal capital

Docking at Phnom Penh along the Mekong, we climb a long stairway to waiting tuk tuks.