Friday, November 22, 2019

Lifestyle

Cambodian Rock Band: Feel the Beat at Merrimack Repertory Theatre

A mini-trend in local theaters this season is staging musicals and plays with music that border on the definition of concert, but for varying degrees of book content.
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David Chang’s Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner draws comparisons to Parts Unknown—and...

To say that it’s impossible to watch David Chang’s Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner without seeing what it owes to the television shows created by Anthony Bourdain—and in particular, Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown—is neither dismissal nor complaint.

Cambodia: 5 Tips You Must Know Before You Travel To The...

Cambodia is a Southeast Asian country which is rich in its cultural and historical monuments; here are five things to know before travelling to the country.

Drawing on the past

From our print archive: a new generation of Cambodian comic book artists are carrying on the legacy of the Golden Age forebears.

The refreshed Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor, in Cambodia’s Siem Reap, perfectly...

In 1967, Jackie Kennedy made a private pilgrimage to Cambodia to see the temples at Angkor.

Iconic Cambodian restaurant that closed after more than 30 years is...

An iconic Cambodian restaurant that closed after more than 30 years in Seattle is making a comeback.Sisters Diane, Dawn, and Darlene walked KIRO 7's Siemny Kim through the new home for their beloved family restaurant.

Solace in Siem Reap: A journey into the wonders of Cambodia

Every few months or so, I get hot flushes fol­lowed by extreme agitation. I’m fairly sure it’s not male menopause. My guess is it’s the traveller’s blues.

‘Bar on wheels’ adding colour to nightlife in Siem Reap

There is something new and exciting for night dwellers in Siem Reap, Cambodia – it is neither a tuk-tuk nor food truck, but an actual bar on wheels.

Cambodian Singer Satica Comes Home For Latest Video

LA-based Cambodian singer-songwriter Satica revisited her hometown — Long Beach — for her latest music video, “Ode to LBC.”

3 Questions: Alan Lightman’s new novel about Cambodia and family

MIT writer’s new work, “Three Flames,” explores the fractures and bonds among kin in a rebuilding society.

The rise of southern Cambodia

Clustered along a strip of wooden decking dozens of women in floppy brimmed hats, with neck scarves attached to shield them from the sun, are shouting volubly as they sell their prized wares at one of southern Cambodia’s most popular markets.

Marie Bruce: Falling in love with Phnom Penh

I am one of a group of five women friends who like to travel and talk about travel. We consider ourselves young seniors and when we get together we talk about our wish list of places to visit. Asia had been on the horizon for years.

Cambodian Musicians Heal Through Music

The power of music and art to influence generations is well documented, and that's sometimes why authoritarian regimes tend to silence artists.

Meet Funky Sole’s Rave Grandma

Jessica Lim’s youth was swallowed up by family, work and a journey to flee an authoritarian regime in Cambodia. Now in her 60s, she’s reliving her 20s by dancing in Echo Park every other night of the week.

UofL shows numerous exhibitions in Louisville Photo Biennial

The Louisville Photo Biennial is one of the region’s largest shared arts and culture traditions and UofL is in on the action.

The newly renovated FCC Angkor: Cambodia’s foreign correspondents club undergoes renovation

Instagrammers have a hard time competing with the romance and wild-tale slinging of foreign correspondents – a fact Cambodia's foreign correspondents clubs adroitly play upon.

Cambodia Peace Project as Seen Through the Simple Use Film Camera

Peering through the past with eyes from the present, twenty students from Li Po Chun United World College of Hong Kong documented modern-day life on the streets of Cambodia.

New Cambodia themed adventure park set for Valencia

A new tropical rainforest themed adventure park has been given the go ahead by the mayor of Valencia Joan Ribó.

Doch Chkae, the metal band born on a rubbish dump

It was the most powerful symbol of the poverty under which many lived in mid-2000s Cambodia: a vast rubbish dump on the outskirts of the capital.

Cambodian woman gives testimony about life after a shoe box from...

A speaker from Cambodia told students from San Angelo Christian Academy about how a shoe box changed her life.