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An exhibition illustrating the work done to punish war criminals, created by the International Criminal Court (ICC), will open today to mark the Day of International Criminal Justice.

Scottish-Australian instructor Bruce Robertson leads a martial arts class in Phnom Penh
Wed, 16 July 2014

Self-defence class promises to teach skills for ‘street life’

Yesim Berkman Hardy never saw the person who attacked her, grabbing her from behind outside a gym on a busy street in Phnom Penh.

Wed, 16 July 2014

Art show blends natures of human, animal

“ARE we human, are we animal or are we both?” asked Kosal Khiev, ahead of the opening of German cultural centre Meta House’s newest exhibition, Animals, last night.

A woman walks by a house in Phnom Penh’s Por Sen Chey district
Wed, 9 July 2014

Airport communities share eviction stories for new film

A short film that tells the stories of residents affected by Phnom Penh’s airport evictions will premiere this evening at Meta House.

Executive director of CCHR Chak Sopheap, who used to be a clogher herself
Tue, 8 July 2014

Rural women encouraged to boost online presence

Young women in Cambodia will begin a quest this month to get their voices heard thanks to a new scheme led by human rights campaigners.

Cambodian university students role-played UN delegates from 39 different countries
Mon, 7 July 2014

Local students hold tough talks at national Model UN

Srour Sorkunthika, 18, was shocked when she was asked to represent the United States at the United Nations.

Phon Sopheap and Naim Syahrazad rehearse during the Choreography and Dramaturgy Exchange Project
Thu, 3 July 2014

Dancers reach across time and borders for inspiration

Cambodian and Malaysian cultures will unite tonight in an exploration of the cross-over between contemporary and classical dance.

Students from the Royal University of Fine Arts practise survey and mapping techniques at Angkor Wat
Tue, 1 July 2014

Archaeology gets education boost, but pay remains poor

A new training course is set to enhance the skills of Cambodia’s next generation of archaeologists.

Va Kora in his home office with his team
Mon, 30 June 2014

Techie takes on Cambodia’s traffic headaches with app

With fast economic growth in the capital comes the increasingly large burden of traffic congestion. But one local programmer is using app technology to ease the pain of Cambodian commuters.

Thu, 26 June 2014

Story of survivor translated to boost Cambodian literacy

The Khmer edition of a book that follows musician and Cambodian Living Arts (CLA) founder Arn Chorn-Pond during the Khmer Rouge era was launched yesterday.

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