[Photos] The cyclos, street food and shophouses of 1950s Phnom Penh

This collection of archive images depicts Phnom Penh in April 1953, offering an insight into Cambodia on the brink of independence, a country yet to be touched by the heady development of the 60s or the tragedy of the 70s.

A Cambodian community’s struggle to survive virus economic fallout

Since the outbreak of Covid-19, Cambodia’s urban-poor communities have suffered severe economic shocks and fallen further into poverty. Without a secure social security safety net to fall back on, many are now relying on NGOs to keep them afloat.

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.

A daughter’s 40-year search for the truth behind the Khmer Rouge’s most haunting photograph

It is one of the Khmer Rouge's most striking and haunting photographs.

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.

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.

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