Khchao Touch has been plagued with existential questions for as long as she can remember. She wanted to know where she came from, why she was born and what awaited her in the afterlife – questions which could be considered unusual for a child to be asking.
At a small motorcycle repair shop about a half-hour drive outside of Phnom Penh on National Road 1, passersby can’t help but stop and take a look at what’s for sale.
Using bamboo and traditional Khmer designs to create cups and utensils, local online retailer Organic Lifestyle is blending purpose and fashion to encourage consumers to quit single-use plastics.
Judo uniforms are made all over the world, but just a handful of suppliers are designated by the sport’s international federation. And of those, just one weaves its own materials.
Using paint, airbrushes and a variety of other tools of the trade, Cambodian makeup artist Dou Poth Molita spends her workdays transforming movie actors into imaginary creatures.
After living near and learning about indigenous communities in northern Cambodia, filmmaker Ly Polen became so enamoured and inspired by them that he wrote a film script describing their struggle.
The giant reptile’s gaping mouth appears ready to consume its latest victim.
Cambodian and Russian artists will premiere the play Cunning and Love or The Rain will Pass - the Sun will Rise to the stage at the Russian Centre for Science and Culture (RCSC) in Phnom Penh this Friday.
After closing its oldest theatre – the Sovanna Phum Theatre – in May, the Sovanna Phum Art Association returned to the stage at the Secondary School of Fine Arts much to the delight of its audience, which included Minister of Cultur
When it was forced to close from March 18 to May 4 due to the impact of Covid-19, contemporary art gallery, Sra’Art came up with some creative ideas to engage the public and art lovers from home.