A young girl with jet black hair and huge round eyes suddenly appeared in the middle of the stage as if conjured by ancient Khmer magic.
Before the discovery of oil transformed the Gulf into one of the world’s wealthiest regions, the fortunes of its people depended on pearling – a tradition that Abdullah al-Suwaidi hopes to revive.
In New York, a city famous for always being on the go, grocery shopping can be time consuming.
He's no Bollywood star, but school dropout Israil Ansari has found fast fame on TikTok with two million followers glued to his oddball dancing and rainbow hairstyles in India, the app’s biggest international market.
Melania Trump has a White House suite of her own, is less than chummy with first daughter Ivanka, and uses her wardrobe to make statements, a new biography about the US first lady says.
When Shaun Tierney was diagnosed with an aggressive form of kidney cancer in 2007, the prognosis was grim.
While serving superb Japanese food is vital, Japanese Restaurant Roku on Street 63 in Phnom Penh offers its diners something beyond the tantalising taste of Japan.
Founded 10 years ago, Cambodian Youth Network (CYN) continues to work on its goal of increasing youth mobilisation, boasting more than 2,500 members consisting of university students in Phnom Penh and rural youth living in and aroun
Newly hatched tortoises take their first steps at a Bangladesh conservation park, their feet barely visible under hard shells that carry the weight of the species on their backs.
Bebo Haider’s beauty parlour is bright, small and decorated sparsely with three large photographs: transgender models who became her clients because the Karachi salon is one of the few in Pakistan which caters to them without judgem