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UK photographer Charles Fox has turned his pet project – collecting vintage Cambodian family photos – into a searchable archive that tells an intriguing social and historical story.

Leang Seckon
Sat, 21 March 2015

Cambodian artist hits the big time

Phnom Penh based artist Leang Seckon's collage reflections on Khmer society are featuring at the prestigious Art Basel in Hong Kong.

Wed, 11 March 2015

She who tells the story

A diverse group of five female photographers and filmmakers told their stories at a Ruom Collective event to celebrate International Women's Day.

The vault at Wat Langka contains more than 100 urns
Thu, 5 February 2015

Hundreds of pre-Khmer Rouge urns uncovered at Wat Lanka

In a hidden alcove at Wat Lanka, some 100 ornate funeral urns have been left unclaimed for more than 40 years. Now, after being rediscovered, they could be reunited with their owners.

Students from the US Ambassador’s Youth Council
Tue, 3 February 2015

Hundreds go Wild for Life at anti-trafficking concert

A star-studded concert held in support of efforts to stop wildlife trafficking drew more than 5,000 young people to the Night Market on Saturday.

Mon, 2 February 2015

Cambodia tops Tropfest again

Cambodia has taken the top prize at the Tropfest Southeast Asia short film competition for the second year in a row, with a story about a cancer-stricken child.

Mon, 2 February 2015

Cambodia tops Tropfest again

Cambodia has taken the top prize at the Tropfest Southeast Asia short film competition for the second year in a row, with a story about a cancer-stricken child.

Irish comedian Aidan Killian
Thu, 22 January 2015

Laughing all the way from the bank

Left-of-centre Irish comedian Aidan Killian is a former investment banker whose mission now is to “save the world one laugh at a time”.

The late president of the Sin Sisamouth Association, Sin Chanchhaya
Wed, 21 January 2015

Sin Chanchhaya, son of iconic singer Sin Sisamouth dies, 58

Sin Chanchhaya, son of legendary Cambodian singer Sin Sisamouth and director of the Sin Sisamouth Association, has died. He was 58.

A Cambodian man uses the Khmer Smart Keyboard app
Thu, 1 January 2015

App makes typing in Khmer easier, faster

An innovative new iPhone app allows users to type Khmer characters much faster than was previously possible, according to the developers.