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An exhibition opening this weekend at 1961 Gallery portrays a series of Cambodian women who have inspired US artist Grace Gutekanst.

Romnir’s winning photograph in the Life and Shadow category in 2015. Or Serei Romnir
Fri, 23 September 2016

2015 Canon PhotoMarathon winners pursue their art

Or Serei Romnir, the 19-year-old photographer who took the second-place prize in last year’s Canon PhotoMarathon for his entry in the Life and Shadow category, is now pursuing his dream of going professional at a young age.

Moto Cambodge’s Patrick Uong leads the pack at last year’s ride. Kampuchea Party Republic
Fri, 23 September 2016

A day of dapper riding for distinguished causes

Bowties, cravats, blazers and poplin suits, and other dapper trappings will adorn the distinguished gentlefolk who will drive classic-style and vintage motorbikes in Phnom Penh’s second Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride on Sunday.

Masahiro Hara moved to Cambodia four years ago as a massage therapist.
Fri, 23 September 2016

MY PHNOM PENH: Masahiro Hara, aka The Potato: Blogger

Masahiro Hara moved to Cambodia four years ago as a massage therapist.

Fri, 23 September 2016

A Streetcar that leaves nothing to be desired

Last night, as the cry of “Stellaaaa!” echoed through Le Grand Palais Hotel near Phnom Penh’s riverside, theatregoers found themselves privy to the intimate downward spiral of a delusional Southern belle.

New flavors appear every day at Delikat.
Fri, 23 September 2016

Selling the ‘gelato’ shop model in the Kingdom

At first glance, the bright Euro-modern interior of Delikat Gelato appears to be an ice cream shop.

Phnom Penh’s Olympic Stadium, which Vann Molyvann regards as his crowning architectural achievement. Photo supplied
Fri, 23 September 2016

The life and legacy of an architectural master in The Man Who Built Cambodia

At 90, architect Vann Molyvann no longer cuts the figure that a man of his stature deserves.

Ry Mam mans the sandwich press at his Battambang shophouse eatery.
Fri, 23 September 2016

Burgers and Cubans in Battambang

In a shophouse in Battambang this week, Khmer-American Ry Mam has a burger on the gas stove when the power cuts. He leaves the meat sizzling as he checks the situation down the block.

Former construction worker Houn Nhean builds a biodigester for a family in Thorm Ney village. It takes two weeks to build a biodigester, and the unit should last for 20 years.
Fri, 23 September 2016

Burning manure for a cleaner, greener future

The WHO says cooking indoors using wood or coal is a serious health risk for billions of people.

Golf: ruins walks, saves kids’ lives. Photo supplied
Fri, 23 September 2016

Teeing-off for children’s health

Next month, Siem Reap golf enthusiasts will be able to tee off for a good cause on a great course when the inaugural Angkor Hospital for Children (AHC) Charity Golf Classic gets underway on October 9 at the Nick Faldo-designed Angko

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