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Slippery ethics in the turtle eating business

A Cambodian soft shell turtle for sale at a restaurant in Phnom Penh

Fuelling Asia Pacific’s appetite for the shelled reptiles is a trade that mixes legal and endangered species – and it’s almost impossible for the average diner to know which kind they are consuming

Q&A: ‘When I create a work, I look into the past’

Cambodian dancers show their American counterparts how it’s done at the Khmer Arts theatre.

In conversation with two choreographers: Sophiline Shapiro and Mark Morris

Meet the fanatical boatmen of Water Festival

A painter dabs black paint onto a longboat in Peam village, Kandal province

With the Water Festival held once again this year, Cambodia’s boat racers are finally getting another chance to indulge in their life’s passion

Tennis on wheels picks up speed

Wheelchair tennis players practise at the La Paloma Center for the Disabled in Battambang

In the blink of an eye, Tik Toy’s young life was almost lost on September 9 this year when he stepped on a landmine not far from his dwelling in Pailin.

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Paris Peace Agreements

Anniversary met with animosity

Anti-Vietnamese sentiment strong at commemoration of Paris Peace Agreements.


Veterans short-changed

Former soldiers, many disabled, travel far to the capital in their almost decade long battle to regain lands promised to them in return for defecting from the Khmer Rouge.


Factory floor collapses

Garment workers lucky to escape with minor injuries after accident in Takeo province.

Dissident group sees 10 arrested

Labelled a terrorist organisation by the gov’t, KNLF claims speech rights violated after authorities arrested 10 members Wednesday night and yesterday morning, after they were seen publicly distributing leaflets calling on Cambodians to protest in front of the Vietnamese Embassy.