Centuries- old Vishnu and Buddha statues, including one still revered by villagers, are among the Cambodian national treasures on display at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Images of war, poverty and unrest have come to define the tumultuous years that followed the overthrow of the Khmer Rouge regime.
An iPhone photo of a young boy peering into a primary school classroom has won a photography competition about the negative effects of corruption.
A photographer who refuses to let analogue fade into history has converted his mother’s apartment into Phnom Penh’s only professional black and white printing laboratory.
More than $20,000 was raised for local arts charities yesterday when Christie’s auctioneer Lionel Gosset sold works from around the globe at Raffles Hotel Le Royal.
Phnom Penh's first bus service has been launched to try and tackle severe congestion on roads clogged by extravagant four-wheeled icons of the city's rich.
Over the next four nights, mixologist and amateur booze historian Paul Mathew will take drinkers on a journey through history in a series of cocktail parties at The Mansion.
Hundreds of aspiring filmmakers came face to face with their role models yesterday at Puthisastra University during a day-long workshop aimed at equipping young people with knowledge and skills.
Din Oun, the head waiter at Raffles Hotel Le Royal, nervously poured red wine for a table of “customers” at Topaz restaurant as an audience of around 20 watched.
A film following the turbulent life of con turned spoken word artist Kosal Khiev yesterday took the top prize at a US festival, where it was screened for the first time.