How to Eat Your Way Through Phnom Penh, According to a Chef Rotanak Ros

The Cambodian celeb chef known as Chef Nak shares her recipe for an invigorating weekend in the cradle of Khmer cuisine.

Hun Many, Cambodian PM’s younger brother, is all set to become country’s new DPM

Cambodia's National Assembly will hold an extraordinary session on Feb 21 to approve a new deputy prime minister and two senior ministers, according to a National Assembly's statement to the media.

China, Russia and Cambodia top list of regimes targeting critics in exile

Scores of attacks, including assassinations, abductions and assaults, were perpetrated by 25 governments last year against people outside their borders, new analysis reveals.

Taiwanese streamer accused of spreading misinformation detained in Cambodia

A Taiwanese national was detained by Cambodian police Wednesday on suspicion of faking a kidnap and assault that purportedly took place during a livestream from a "scam park."

Valentine’s Day: Cambodia youth told to avoid ‘inappropriate’ activities

Young people in Cambodia have been urged to avoid "losing dignity" this Valentine's Day, as authorities issued warnings about the pitfalls of premarital sex.

Jack Adamović Davies on the Rise and Rise of Cambodia’s Prince Group

“The era of the ‘shell country’ is having its ascendancy and Cambodia is a prime example of the phenomenon.”

Human trafficking victim says he was forced to target Canadians in crypto investment scam

Investment fraud represented highest proportion of victim losses in Canada in 2023.

Thai foreign ministry claims Cambodian activists broke law

The recent arrest of Cambodian activists during Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Manet's official visit to Bangkok on Wednesday was conducted simply because their actions were against Thai laws, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Thursday.

During Hun Manet visit, Thailand official says won’t send detained Cambodian activists back home

Three Cambodian activists arrested in Thailand will not be deported to their homeland and will be resettled elsewhere, a deputy police chief said on Wednesday, after human rights groups had raised concern about their fate if sent home.

Cambodia’s ruling party claims a leading rights activist defamed it and seeks $500,000 in damages

Lawyers for Cambodia’s ruling Cambodian People’s Party filed a lawsuit Monday at the order of the party’s leader, former Prime Minister Hun Sen, accusing a leading rights activist of defamation and seeking damages of half a million dollars.

3 Cambodian activists held in Thailand before PM’s visit: Rights groups

Three Cambodian activists have been detained in Thailand ahead of a planned visit by Cambodia's prime minister, rights groups said on Saturday.

Fonki—From Graffiti To Glory

Discover how Fonki’s murals are reshaping Cambodia’s artistic narrative, one vibrant stroke at a time.

Will Europe ever return ‘looted’ Asian artifacts?

Growing pressure on European museums to return artifacts taken from Southeast Asia during colonial times could provide soft-power benefits for the EU amid attempts to improve its image in the region, analysts say.

The ‘burning prisons’ fuelled by fast fashion

Chantrea drags an electric fan the size of a large door into the airless chamber where she works every day.

Cambodian opposition leader appeals 27-year sentence

Amnesty International urges Kem Sokha’s immediate release and an end to the ongoing crackdown against opposition groups.

Cambodian doctor charged with human organ trafficking

Police say scammed victims were to be operated on in India.

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.

Rights group urges release of outspoken Cambodian dissident

Appeal court upholds verdict against opposition leader Thach Setha who was jailed for 18 months in September.

Cambodia Microfinance Association Findings Mark Retreat From Poverty Reduction Claims

The country’s recent microcredit boom has highlighted the wide gap between the theory of microfinance and its reality.

Sanctioned timber baron wins new mining concessions in Cambodia’s Prey Lang

A freeze announced late last year on new mining operations in Cambodia’s Prey Lang Wildlife Sanctuary comes with a massive loophole that benefits one of the country’s highest-profile deforesters.