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A bad batch of noodles is believed to be behind the food poisoning of almost 300 people, many of whom had attended an engagement ceremony in Kampong Thom province’s Santuk district on Monday night, police said yesterday.

The first place photo of the Generations theme
Mon, 20 October 2014

Big turnout for Canon’s photo contest

Cambodia’s fledgling amateur photography scene came out in full force for the fourth annual Canon PhotoMarathon.

A scene from 'The Spirit Within' from Cambodian Living Arts
Thu, 16 October 2014

It’s a family affair

Cultures past and present clash in new dance

Tue, 14 October 2014

Aussie comics set to storm stage

Headlining the comedy night at Equinox bar on Friday is award-winning Australian comedian Ro Campbell, who last brought his own brand of hilarity to Cambodia in September 2012.

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Dancers from the Sophiline Arts Ensemble rehearse for 'Thunder and Lightning'
Thu, 9 October 2014

'Thunder and Lightning' herald a new season from Sophiline Arts

Under the ornate, fan-shaped roof of the Chaktomuk Theatre, a battle of the elements is raging as dancers from the Sophiline Arts Ensemble rehearse for the opening night of its new show.

Mixed media by Chan Vitharin.
Thu, 2 October 2014

Inspired by UNTAC, five artists reflect on transition

The UN-backed 1993 elections, which gave Cambodians a largely free and fair vote for the first time but still didn’t stop the losing Prime Minister Hun Sen from holding on to power, remain a source of academic debate.

Sarah Kilian, left, and Zac Kendall in a rehearsal of "Mixed Troubles" this week
Thu, 4 September 2014

"Mixed Troubles": a rally of love, politics and comedy

A back-and-forth rally of love, politics and comedy will the Phnom Penh Players’ (PPP) latest performance, "Mixed Troubles".

Ki Pheakday, 22, one of the victims of trafficking featured in "Where is the Horizon?"
Thu, 28 August 2014

In new film, trafficked men tell stories of survivival at sea

The wrenching tales of three Cambodian fishermen trafficked abroad played out on screen last night as a documentary about the issue was shown.

A collection of sketches and paintings by children from Aziza’s Place, displayed at Meta House
Wed, 20 August 2014

Art show hands the paintbox to underprivileged children

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?