Khmer resident Seng Bun Korn has spoken out about people burning rubbish in front of their houses as a rubbish disposal method, a practice which he says is deleterious to both health and the environment.
Awards season is upon us, and Siem Reap has its own nominee to get excited about: Globalteer’s sports manager Charlie Pomroy, who has been nominated in the third annual WEGO Health Awards, in the Health Activist Hero category.
Reapers with aches and pains have been flocking to Shiatsu Dyagaimo to see Masahiro Hara, Temple Town’s resident shiatsu therapist.
DAVE WALKER DISAPPEARANCE UPDATE
Art fans are in for a treat tomorrow. The hugely popular, oft-mourned and defunct ArtDeli is back – for one month only.
VALENTINE’S DAY MYSTERY DISAPPEARANCE
At Shinta Mani’s Made in Cambodia market last month, one particular stall attracted quite a crowd – Claycult Cambodia, makers of jewellery from handmade ceramic beads made of clay sourced in Sihanoukville.
The Angkor Wat International Film Festival is back, but this year for the first time it will feature kids’ films and 3D movies.
Siem Reap, as with many parts of the world, is becoming a town of pet lovers, with many expats bringing their fluffy friends to work. Grasshopper Adventures has a sprightly dog trotting about the place, a poodle named Vuitton.
The Women’s Resource Center is organising a cocktail party at King’s Road Angkor on Saturday March 8, to coincide with the 104th International Women’s Day.