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While five current and former officials at human rights NGO Adhoc languished in prison, where they remain today, Miguel Jerónimo decided to bring attention to the people whose lives have been touched by the human rights workers.

Tue, 25 April 2017

Kep club set to train young sailors

The country’s first official sailing club is ready to get Cambodian students on the water, as part of a collaborative effort between Kep boutique resort Knai Bang Chatt and the Cambodian Sailing Federation (CSF).

Mon, 24 April 2017

Breaking silence on forced marriage

Mom Vun speaks not for the camera, but to a courtroom: “This was unforgettable humiliation,” she says.

Fri, 21 April 2017

Khmer New Year games: it’s never too late to try them out

Even though games such as “Fight for the leaf” or “Hide the towel” are traditionally played during the Khmer New Year holidays, no one eve

The Royal Palace in Phnom Penh, which will operate usual opening hours over the Khmer New Year.
Wed, 12 April 2017

A guide to spending Khmer New Year in Phnom Penh

One of the biggest holidays of the Cambodian calendar, Khmer New Year, kicks off this week, as people around the country prepare to eat and drink with family, play traditional games, and visit a pagoda with food as a blessing.

Tue, 11 April 2017

Khmer New Year getaway: Ghost Island

One of 23 islands in the sea of Koh Kong, Koh Kmoch (Ghost Island) has a wealth of corals and other sealife visible through its crystal clear water.

Wed, 29 March 2017

Celebrating sustainable bamboo

Through the weekend, Freedom Park will be showcasing examples of sustainable design, local crafts, art and concerts, in a first-time festival dedicated principally to bamboo and its use in construction.

Artist Phe Sophon works on a piece for his exhibition, Waterworks, at the Asia Foundation’s Community Art Gallery.
Tue, 28 March 2017

Exhibit sends a message in a bottle

In an exhibition opening tonight at the Asia Foundation’s Community Art Gallery, artist Phe Sophon uses waste – specifically plastic bottles – to both explore the human impact on the environment and to interrogate the meaning of lif