Cambodia International Film Festival special guest James Gerrand sits down with the Post
As children in the late ’90s, three friends Rith, Sovan and Dara promised one another that they’d grow old together, working at a restaurant on the beach.
UK comedian Gina Yashere, who will perform at Pontoon tonight, worked as an elevator engineer before getting into standup. She’s been on the up-and-up ever since.
Cambodia's film industry is expected to play a greater role on the global stage after a treaty was signed with France on Thursday making it easier for the country to be named a co-production partner in international films.
It was raining men at the weekend in Kep as three parachutists staged seven jumps from a helicopter as part of the country’s second annual Sea Festival.
Angkor Wat is set to be the venue of a special concert in the spirit of wa – the Japanese word for harmony – tonight featuring traditional music from across Southeast Asia and Japan.
A young Cambodian woman from Takeo province beat international competition for the top prize at this year’s Angkor Photo Festival last weekend.
Cambodia's only literary journal returned to print last weekend at the Cambodian Book Fair after a three-year hiatus. The 150-page volume contains short stories, poems and essays written by young Cambodian writers.
Cherry blossom dancing met heavy metal music at Chaktomuk Theatre as a Japanese choir group performed to two packed audiences on the weekend.
The government affirmed its commitment to bilingual education for ethnic minority children in Cambodia’s northern provinces at a UNESCO conference in Bangkok last week.