On June 21, Kanji Japanese restaurant introduced the traditional Japanese drink sake, which is made from fermented rice, to Cambodians. The event allowed locals to experience the freshness of Japanese food paired with sake. Kanji Japanese restaurant holds a similar event every three months in an effort to introduce new Japanese products locally. Chefs from Japan join in to promote cultural and culinary exchanges in the hospitality industry. Photos supplied
Tensions seemed to subside as quickly as they escalated at the Laos-Cambodia border.
Shaved ice, fruit toppings, and a squirt of cream – these are the ingredients to make a perfect bingsu.