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In two of her more well-known films – Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and Tomorrow Never Dies – actress Michelle Yeoh dismantles opponents with a dazzling mixture of stunts and martial arts.

Sat, 13 December 2014

Local products on show at exhibition

The ninth Cambodia Import-Export and One Province One Product Exhibition begins at the Koh Pich Exhibition and Convention Centre in Phnom Penh on Monday.

The main room in Sangker Gallery is primarily dedicated to painting, with other rooms showing photography and graphic design inspired by the river.
Sat, 13 December 2014

Battambang gallery takes its maiden voyage

Sangker Gallery’s inaugural show is inspired by the river that gave the gallery its name

Sat, 13 December 2014

Gov’t promotes online tax registration

The General Department of Taxation on Tuesday urged businesses to register through the department’s new online registration system.

Sat, 13 December 2014

Opposition activist and fierce gov’t critic has bail denied

CNRP information chief Meach Sovannara cites ‘grudge’ by PM in still being held after others walked

Sat, 13 December 2014

From Jesus to oil sheik billionaires

The export of oud may stretch back thousands of years – it is suspected the “aloes” mentioned in the Bible, where it is a favourite fragrance of King Solomon and used to clean Jesus’ body after his crucifixion, referred to Indian ag

Sat, 13 December 2014

UN mission to visit asylum seekers stalls

‘Communication problems’ between gov’t officials blamed

Sat, 13 December 2014

’Tis the season to be shopping: the big Christmas gift guide

From finely crafted knives to custom-made artwork to jewellery made out of unexploded bombs, here’s 30 great gift ideas to make your Cambodian present shopping a breeze

The chef at the Man Hao Ji Noodle Shop serves up some Taiwanese beef noodle soup.
Sat, 13 December 2014

In the battle of the broths, Man Hao Ji noodles are king

In Taiwan, beef noodle soup is an institution. But one hyped Phnom Penh eatery’s take on the recipe might just give Taipei a run for its money

Wild and plantation-raised agarwood from Cambodia next to a bottle of oil extract. The wild wood fetches $150 a gram, while the farm-raised goes for $40.
Sat, 13 December 2014

A scent more precious than gold

Cambodian agarwood makes for great perfume, but its days in the wild are numbered