If historical buildings pique your interest but you don’t have time to explore the length and breadth of Cambodia, a photo exhibition set to be held in Phnom Penh will offer the chance to see a collection of photos featuring the cou
Thirty films from Southeast Asia as well as China, South Korea and Japan are all set to celebrate Asean Cultural Year at the 5th Bangkok Asean Film Festival, which kicks off on Wednesday at Paragon Cineplex and SF World Cinema.
A 3,000-year-old head sculpture of an eternally-young Tutankhamun – the Egyptian pharaoh known as King Tut – goes under the hammer this week in London despite an outcry from Cairo.
An unlikely journey to become an artist has been portrayed by a former kickboxer and tuk-tuk driver in a series of 20 watercolour paintings that make up his first solo exhibition Dreamscapes, set to open this week.
As the sun rises, a family in Kandal province are already busy making large puppets named Ting Mong in their workshop on the ground floor of their wooden house.
Menh Chanvanda’s hobby of making outfits and headpieces from natural materials has made her famous, with her work featured on Asia’s Next Top Model’s Facebook page and Vietnamese news outlets.
Residents paint their bodies and faces at a parade in Prek Pnov district on the outskirts of Phnom Penh on Friday.
A collection of more than 30 paintings and three wooden sculptures produced over the course of a decade by Chan Sophorn is finally on display for all to enjoy after years in hiding, with the artist aiming to raise awareness of the i
Since Lakhon Khol Wat Svay Andet was enlisted on Unesco’s list of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding at a ceremony in the Mauritian capital of Port Louis last November, interest in this traditional masked dr
Named after Cambodia’s national flower and inspired by traditional Khmer dance, the new contemporary dance known as romdoul premiered at the 6th Khmer Cultural Festival in April, receiving rapturous applause for its creativity and l