In the white-walled exhibition room of Sa Sa Bassac gallery lives, for the time being, a collection of amorphous wire sculptures, hanging from the walls and ceiling, or draped over pedestals, as part of a solo show by Tith Kanitha, which
A selection of 30 winning photographs submitted to the Mekong River Commission as a part of their first photo contest are now online, depicting
From political drama and deaths to cultural marvels and the minutiae of daily life, here are 50 moments captured by our photographers around the
The first novel by George Groslier, the French writer who devoted his life to studying and documenting the Kingdom, is finally available in English, 92 years since its publication.
Former Royal Ballet dancer, singer and teacher Sin Samadeukcho passed away on Friday at her home in the capital’s Daun Penh district at 78 years old, her daughter confirmed.
The first published collection of poems by Cambodian-American writer Sokunthary Svay begins where so many diaspora writers have left off: after fleeing the destruction of the Khmer Rouge.
Next to the nearly 700-year-old monastic temple at Wat Phnom, on the south side of the symbolic hill, is a sacred house with red lanterns hanging and a blessing in Chinese characters that, at first glance, resembles the countless Ch
There was no pressure. It was just another day in the recording studio.
In 2003, when Channa Chhum was an art student at Phare Ponleu Selpak in Battambang, he went to Prek Toal – a remote floating village on the Tonle Sap – to work on a painting project about Cambodia’s wildlife.
The Ministry of Information on Tuesday announced a ban on television and radio of a popular song by singer Chen Sai Chai for supposedly “insulting” and “humiliating” teachers, though the musicians have said their lighthearted tune i
A series of six photographs by Siem Reap-based photojournalist George Nickels will go on display tonight at Mirage.
Neary has just passed her grade-12 exams with a “C”, enough to escape her rural hometown and pursue a university education in Phnom Penh – just like her older brother, though her grandmother wants her to marry the rich rice-mill own
Oum Sam Tharoth remembers that during her first martial arts fight in 2014 she could see her parents crying from across the octagon as she took blow after blow from her opponent.