On Sunday, some of Phnom Penh’s top chefs were initiated into the newly formed Cambodian chapter of the international culinary association Disciples d’Escoffier – in a ceremony that included sashes with miniature copper saucepans, the
The second edition of the National Games, strategically planned as a crucial stress test for federations and a trial of strength for athletes in an
Over the past three weeks after long days in the studio, Saing Nan, a painter and alumnus of the Royal University of Fine Arts, has spent most of his
In a stunning performance, Preah Khan Reach Svay Rieng regained the prestigious Hun Sen Cup after outplaying fierce rivals NagaWorld for a 3-0 win at Olympic Stadium in a showdown the visitors from the province dominated.
The first novel by George Groslier, the French writer who devoted his life to studying and documenting the Kingdom, is finally available in English, 92 years since its publication.
Former Royal Ballet dancer, singer and teacher Sin Samadeukcho passed away on Friday at her home in the capital’s Daun Penh district at 78 years old, her daughter confirmed.
Launched to great fanfare six years ago in Sihanoukville to mark Cambodia’s membership of the elite 1,000 Most Beautiful Bays in the World club, the annual Sea Festival marks a culturally significant mass movement in the national ca
Next to the nearly 700-year-old monastic temple at Wat Phnom, on the south side of the symbolic hill, is a sacred house with red lanterns hanging and a blessing in Chinese characters that, at first glance, resembles the countless Ch
Two Britons have this year taken the seasonal Christmas gift run to a whole new level by raising $100,000 for charity after running more than 300km across Cambodia.
The first published collection of poems by Cambodian-American writer Sokunthary Svay begins where so many diaspora writers have left off: after fleeing the destruction of the Khmer Rouge.
From the creator of the much-loved Piccola Italia Da Luigi comes Luigi Ristorante, which opened in the Russian Market neighbourhood earlier this year, serving up Italian specialties with an emphasis on southern regional cuisine.
In 2003, when Channa Chhum was an art student at Phare Ponleu Selpak in Battambang, he went to Prek Toal – a remote floating village on the Tonle Sap – to work on a painting project about Cambodia’s wildlife.
The Ministry of Information on Tuesday announced a ban on television and radio of a popular song by singer Chen Sai Chai for supposedly “insulting” and “humiliating” teachers, though the musicians have said their lighthearted tune i