The construction of huts for the Kreung minority’s teenage girls, so that they can engage in premarital sex, has long been ingrained in its culture.
Samovar is Phnom Penh’s second – and I’d argue best – Russian restaurant.
Waiting to begin a shift as a cashier at the 24-hour BBWorld restaurant on Monivong Boulevard, demure young Srun Vouchleng, wearing a white and red uniform that matched the burger joint’s decor, quietly explained how her dream of ge
Bored of cheap beer or refrigerated red wine? We’ve picked the best of the city’s more upmarket tipples. Take your pick from jasmine tea with a twist to a range of mojitos.
Dy Saveth is one of the most beloved actresses from the 1960s era of Cambodian film – and one of the few to escape death at the hands of the Khmer Rouge.
Celebrated filmmaker Lord David Puttnam had stories, observations and tips to share during a visit to Phnom Penh this week. Poppy McPherson reports.
Of Cambodia's nearly half a million garment workers, 90 per cent are women.
The women of Boeung Kak community are prominent public figures. Emily Wight and Vandy Muong found out what their activism means for traditional gender roles.
Armed with a European fairy tale and a Western musical score, artist Ernst Altmann and his partner Bjela Prossowsky, a filmmaker, arrived in Phnom Penh in January from Berlin with an unusual goal in mind: to create a multidiscip
First it was petting dogs and cats. Now it’s playing board games.