Golden Boy goes home – but where is home, exactly?

When the Metropolitan Museum of Art announced its plan to deaccession 16 Angkorian sculptures, Cambodians and Cambodia watchers were overjoyed, although not altogether surprised.

Workers cleaning up dirt at 800-year-old temple uncover dozens of ancient statues

Workers assigned to clean up a pile of dirt at an 800-year-old temple in Cambodia quickly found their task was anything but straightforward. Instead, the project uncovered dozens of ancient statues.

‘Rare’ statue sat hidden in dried-up pond at 800-year-old temple — until now. See it

A dried-up pond sat in the shadow of an imposing 800-year-old temple in Cambodia. The temple may have attracted the most attention, but, as archaeologists recently discovered, the pond held its own secrets too.

Cambodia’s seahorse statue spouting water likened to S’pore’s Merlion spouting water

Cambodia's latest tourist attraction has raised eyebrows among Singaporeans and tourists who have been to the sunny island set in the sea due to its uncanny resemblance to the iconic Merlion.

Stolen artifacts sold to US collectors will be repatriated to Cambodia, officials say

The artifacts were smuggled and sold by Douglas Latchford.

Cambodia eyes Unesco heritage status for 7 tangible and 3 intangible cultural properties

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Manet announced plans on March 31 to nominate seven tangible and three intangible cultural properties for inscription on Unesco’s prestigious world heritage list.

How animals suffer for Buddhists to earn spiritual points – in Cambodia ‘life release’ rituals decimate birds

The Buddhist practice of releasing animals for spiritual merit is widespread in Cambodia, but it kills or injures millions of birds. Species are in free fall.

Centuries-Old Rituals Are Slowly Fading Away in Cambodia

Cambodia’s northeast is home to more than 20 ethnic groups or Indigenous People. They each have their own story and particular customs, from death cults to love huts, and they have specific languages, although nowadays rarely used.

Ancient Buddha statues found under famous ‘Tomb Raider’ temple in Cambodia. See them

A trove of ancient statues was recently discovered at the famous “Tomb Raider” temple in Cambodia, officials said.

Ancient statues unearthed in Cambodia’s Angkor park

Archaeologists have unearthed six centuries-old sandstone statues at the Ta Prohm temple restoration site in northwest Cambodia's Angkor archaeological park, the Apsara National Authority said in a statement on Thursday.

Battambang: Know All About UNESCO’s Newest City Of Gastronomy

The quiet provincial capital in north-west Cambodia has been honoured by UNESCO as a gastronomical destination, despite not housing even a single Michelin-starred restaurant.

Performing artists celebrate 70 years of Japan-Cambodia diplomatic ties

Artists from Japan and Cambodia have showcased traditional performances at an event in Angkor to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the two countries' diplomatic ties.

Rosalynn Carter helped me, and thousands of other Cambodian refugees, survive

I never got the chance to meet former first lady Rosalynn Carter in person, but our paths have crossed more than I could have imagined.

Lisa brings a smile to the faces of Cambodian children

Netizens are praising K-pop sensation Lalisa “Lisa” Manoban after learning that the Thai member of Blackpink group donated to PSE, a non-profit organisation for underprivileged children in Cambodia.

In search of Cambodia’s budding brewmasters

Drinkers in Phnom Penh warm to emerging craft beer makers.

Cambodia’s Koh Ker archaeological site inscribed on Unesco World Heritage List

Cambodia’s Koh Ker temple archaeological site has been officially added to Unesco’s World Heritage List during the ongoing 45th session of the World Heritage Committee in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Testimonial therapy: Buddhism’s influence in the aftermath of the Khmer Rouge tribunal

Faith-based interventions and criminal prosecutions can innovatively meet.

I grew up living hand to mouth in Cambodia. I secretly enrolled in the circus when I was 13, and it became my lifeline...

Circus artist Kong Viban was born in Battambang, in northwestern Cambodia.

Family of late U.S. billionaire agrees to return looted Cambodian artefacts

The family of late American pipeline billionaire George Lindemann has agreed to return 33 looted artefacts to Cambodia, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office, a decision described as "momentous" by the Southeast Asian country.

Silk Road, Chinese tea forest and Khmer empire sites vie for Unesco World Heritage status

Unesco is meeting to update its World Heritage list, with 53 sites, from Khmer empire ruins to a Yunnan tea forest and stretch of Silk Road, vying for inclusion.