Skateboarding icon Tony Hawk, also known as “The Birdman”, was in Phnom Penh last week for his Thanksgiving holiday.
Phu Quoc has been contested by Cambodia and Vietnam for decades, and it’s no wonder: the tiny ocean paradise boasts unmarred beaches and bags of charm.
The story of photographer Maika Elan’s award-winning photo essay on the private lives of gay and lesbian people in Vietnam began in Cambodia in 2010.
After one twentysomething Austrian expat was asked by prospective expats for advice on settling in Phnom Penh, she decided to found a business to help. Emily Wight reports.
You might assume that the last thing a released prisoner wants to do after 14 months inside is protest. Not so Yorm Bopha.
One of Cambodia’s most recognisable fashion labels is to close – but not for long. The founder is overseeing the creation of a more mature replacement that will launch next week. Will Jackson reports.
Europe has the latke. Japan has the oknomiyaki. All over the world there are different versions of savoury pancake. In Cambodia it is the meaty banh chao.
Alex Long, better known as Shaman, started DJ-ing at Pontoon this month after a five year stint as a star on Mongolian music channels.
Flyboarding – the futuristic new watersport that’s just arrived to Cambodia’s beaches – is probably the closest you’ll ever get to flying a real jetpack.
Hok Sothik is president of the Cambodia Librarians and Documentalists Association, but astonishingly, he wasn’t always interested in reading.