After spending time going back and forth between the Lion City and Phnom Penh a decade ago, the Singaporean singer and songwriter Joshua Chiang decided to call Cambodia home in 2013 due to his emotional attachment to the Kingdom of Wonder.
An artist from Kampot, Hom Rith, has drawn on sources of inspiration from his childhood for his exhibition at Raffles Les Royal Hotel in Phnom Penh at the hotel’s Le Phnom 1929 restaurant where it is co-presented by Sra’Art Gallery and Open Studio Cambodia.
On a recent Saturday evening at WB Arena, Bunsong was enjoying a tasty BBQ meal with his family after work on the long tables that had been arranged out in front of the restaurant as they watched a Khmer action movie on a big outdoor projection screen.
Battambang artist Chea Sereyroth’s new exhibition Quest weaves together the stories of people who have to move or migrate to survive.
Archaeologists in Sardinia have unearthed the torsos of two more limestone statues of boxers within the Iron Age necropolis of Mont’e Prama, Italy’s culture ministry said on Saturday.
As Urban traffic gets more miserable, entrepreneurs are looking to a future in which commuters hop into “air taxis” that whisk them over clogged roads.
Twenty works of art created by local legend Leang Seckon under the unifying theme Growing Wings will be exhibited at Hong Kong’s Rossi & Rossi Gallery on May 21.
A few years ago, Meach Sithyka Jessica became the first-ever Cambodian woman to graduate from the US Military Academy at West Point, and since then her courage and determination has served as an inspiration for other Cambodian women.
With a dash of urban greenery and an atmosphere heavy with nostalgia, a new roof top pop-up market located in a seven-decades-old building will return on May 7-8, offering locally made products and a unique shopping experience.
‘When I see the trees that I planted or donated provide benefits to people,” Nao Sok says, “It makes me so happy, I want to do more.”