Honey Cocaine’s Unexpected Cambodian Canadian Life Story

The Toronto rapper embraces a patois-inflected “bad gal” image to tell a deeply personal story about historical violence.

Villagers celebrate traditional ritual to ask “guardian spirit” to bring good fortune and rain in Cambodia

Dozens of villagers on the northwest outskirts of Phnom Penh in Cambodia painted their faces and bodies as well as donned grass skirts on Wednesday as they celebrated an annual traditional ritual to ask a "guardian spirit" to bring good fortune and rain for their rice crop.

An Intimate, Lived-In Début Feature from Cambodia

Kavich Neang’s “White Building” dramatizes private lives and public conflicts in contemporary Phnom Penh.

‘White Building’ Review: Coming of Age in Cambodia

Kavich Neang’s lush feature tells a largely autobiographical tale of growing up in a building whose often painful history is a microcosm of his country’s.

Return to Seoul review – Park Ji-min lights up mesmerising tale of identity and alienation

An adopted woman travels from France to South Korea in search of her roots in Davy Chou’s star-making second film.

Davy Chou: ‘This exquisite character helped me to create something more faithful to the truth’

The writer/director of the magical Return to Seoul explains how he drew inspiration from a close friend to create his striking protagonist.

For blind musicians, Khmer culture sings

Traditional arts were crushed under the Khmer Rouge. But a school for orphans helps pass musical and poetic traditions down to future generations.

An Australian Who Worked to Restore Cambodian Culture Dies at 76

The passing of Darryl Collins is seen as “a great loss” for Cambodia.

Cambodia breaks its own Guinness World Record for largest Madison dance

Cambodia on Saturday broke its own Guinness World Record for the largest Madison dance involving 4,999 participants, a Guinness World Record adjudicator announced.

Long Beach’s new year festival: Some Cambodian Americans aren’t happy with the name Sankranta

At Long Beach’s first Sankranta festival to celebrate the Cambodian new year, people knelt and prayed at a mound of sand called a stupa, decorated with bright yellow flowers to honor ancestors.

Circa 1998: Recalling Pol Pot and his Khmer regime in Cambodia

Khmer Rouge leader died on April 15 in 1998, leaving behind a legacy of brutality and impoverishment.

Cambodia’s La Cima Cartel convenes for a glorious Cartel Meeting Volume 3

The Cambodian Hip Hop spirit is alive and well, and it's impossible to ignore all the fire that’s burning up from the Kingdom of Wonder.

The transformation of a creative capital

For centuries, Battambang, Cambodia, was renowned for the arts – until its artists were targeted by the Khmer Rouge. Now, its troubled history is informing its creative spirit.

Tempo Tris proves the Cambodian spirit is alive & well on ‘អូន អូន [Oun Oun]’

The MCs coming out of Cambodia’s channels right now are absolutely killing it.

True-Crime Podcast Dynamite Doug Takes on the Art World

Focusing on an alleged looter of Cambodian cultural heritage, this six-part series is yet another reminder that too many stolen artefacts still reside in Western museums.

Cambodians race oxen ahead of Khmer New Year (video)

Cambodians raced carts pulled by oxen on Sunday as part of the upcoming Khmer New Year celebrations in mid-April.

From war to peace: Cambodian goldsmith turns bullet casings into jewellery

Every week, Cambodian goldsmith Thoeun Chantha turns about five kg of brass casings of AK-47 and M-16 bullets into jewellery.

Looted relics returned to Cambodia receive monks’ blessings

Cambodian artifacts were often looted out of the country beginning in the 1970s, under control of the Khmer Rouge. At least 13 antiquities have been returned this month amid a push in the art world from artists and scholars to return looted works to their countries of origin.

How the Twist ignited Cambodia’s musical golden age

In the 1960s rock’n’roll came to Cambodia. Dee Peyok describes the post-colonial music scene, a sweet, brief moment of swinging liberation before the communist revolution snuffed it out.

A New Report Has Linked More Than 1,000 Antiquities in the Met Museum’s Collection to Traffickers

An investigation by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists calls into question the origin of the museum's antiquities holdings.