Cambodian Rock Band, Starring Courtney Reed & More, Extends Again Off-Broadway

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

‘Cambodian Rock Band’ Makes Music From Khmer Rouge Horrors, and Hero...

‘Cambodian Rock Band’ is an excellent part-play, part-rock concert about the legacy of the Khmer Rouge, while ‘All the Natalie Portmans’ makes the actor a much-loved ghost.

Review: Partying With the Khmer Rouge in ‘Cambodian Rock Band’

Lauren Yee’s ambitious, tonally mixed play uses bait-and-switch tactics to approach the dark heart of a genocidal regime.

Bruce Robinson: Meet the man behind The Killing Fields

In 1985, Cambodian Haing S Ngor became the first Asian to win an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in the iconic The Killing Fields. The Globe sat down with the film's screenplay writer Bruce Robinson on the 24th anniversary of Ngor's murder to hear his reflections on the man and the movie.

Russell Thomas Uses Art to Build into People’s Lives

Art takes many forms and enriches lives around the world.

Skateistan X Tone For Change Release Guitar Pedal

Decades ago…we got into music and skateboarding at the same time…the love and passion for both will always go hand in hand.

Ancient Cambodian ceramics part of World Anthropology Day celebration

Under an agreement with the Cambodian government, dozens of ancient ceramic pieces were brought from Cambodia to Hawaiʻi with the understanding that they will be repatriated.

Cambodian sisters, 98 and 101, reunited after 47 years

Two Cambodian sisters - aged 98 and 101 - have been reunited for the first time in 47 years after each thinking the other had died during the Khmer Rouge's 1970s reign of terror.

Cambodian painter Pen Robit offers snapshots of reality through his colourful...

If he didn’t become an artist, he would probably be a drug addict. Cambodian artist Pen Robit says this quietly, seriously.

How Playwright Lauren Yee Took the Khmer Rouge Genocide and Turned...

When actor Joe Ngo was growing up, his parents would tell him stories about their time as labor camp prisoners under the Khmer Rouge regime. One story stuck with him.

Framed: Cambodian wedding stylist keeps culture alive one “I do” at...

Seattle salon owner Nary Kuy finds comfort and purpose in bringing her traditions to the PNW.

TLC director leads preparations for first-ever Miss Cambodia Wichita pageant

With earphones in, Richy Thach enters room 258 of the Rhatigan Student Center singing audibly. Once inside, the director of the Miss Cambodia Wichita 2020 pageant exchanges greetings with other TLC members as they start to trickle in.

Following the Mekong River while riding a scooter

We stare at each other, heads turned in mutual curiosity.

Gisborne gift to Cambodia

The Macedon Ranges Music Festival has come a long way since 2013 when it was staged in a Gisborne backyard.

War and Beauty photographic exhibition opens at FCC Angkor by Avani

FCC Angkor by Avani presents a photo exhibition entitled “Cambodia: War and Beauty” by award winning documentary filmmaker, Dr. David A. Feingold.

Archeologists find ancient lion statue at Cambodia’s temple complex

Archeologists have unearthed a large ancient lion statue during an excavation at an ancient pond's jetty in the Banteay Chhmar temple's complex in northwest Cambodia's Banteay Meanchey province, a culture official said on Tuesday.

Artist lured to Cambodia’s culture

Many commuters have a rough time with the daily asphalt grind to San Francisco.

Three Women of Chuck’s Donuts

The first night the man orders an apple fritter, it is three in the morning, the street lamp is broken, and the nightly fog obscures the waterfront’s run-down buildings, except for Chuck’s Donuts, with its cool fluorescent glow.

Anthony Veasna So on the Alienation and Comfort of Doughnut Shops

As its title suggests, your story “Three Women of Chuck’s Donuts” is set in a doughnut shop and is about a mother, Sothy, and her two daughters, Tevy and Kayley.

Safeguarding a saga

Meet some of those working to ensure that Asia's splendid cultural history is not lost.