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When Phnom Penh centre for underprivileged children Aziza’s Place asked 22 of their young students to paint a picture, they weren’t sure what to expect.

Researchers and audience members at Zaman International School
Mon, 18 August 2014

Academic conference aims to encourage original research

Will offshore oil drilling make Cambodia the “next Nigeria”? What will the economic ramifications be of Asean economic integration?

The organisers of Glamazon, pictured in hair salon The Dollhouse
Thu, 14 August 2014

Avant-garde fashion show offers glimpse of the abyss

Avant-garde fashion show Glamazon will kick off Friday night, featuring real women (and one man) revealing their inner model on the runway and finishing with a parade of extravagant outfits inspired by an “abyss” theme.

The capital’s first skate park saw 25 competitors, mostly Cambodians
Mon, 11 August 2014

Local skateboarders roll out the skills at park competition

Phnom Penh's first public skate park shook with excitement as skaters from Cambodia and beyond competed at the 10K Skate Competition on Saturday.

Deav Bora, 30, waits to perform at Diamond Island Hall on July 24
Thu, 31 July 2014

Song contest helping to preserve nation’s culture

The winners of an international Cambodian music contest featuring contestants from the Kingdom and its diaspora will be announced this afternoon on Koh Pich after two weeks of competition.

Visitors walk through the Justice Matters exhibition at Utrecht University earlier this year
Thu, 17 July 2014

War crimes in focus as exhibit opens

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.