Today marks the last day of celebrations for Ching Ming Festival – the 2,500-year-old “tomb-sweeping” holiday, so called because families clean and adorn their ancestors’ graves. The festival, one of the year’s most important holidays for the Chinese-Cambodian community, officially lasts three days but often is celebrated for as long as a week. The Post joined some of the many families making pilgrimages back to their hometowns bearing food, decorative paper, incense and other offerings for the deceased. Read the full story here.
Prime Minister Hun Sen announced plans to visit and deliver supplies to 15,000 families in Banteay Meanchey province on Saturday. The announcement comes on the heels