Coffee shops have been sprouting left, right and centre in the capital, but Zoo Cafe aims to bring an experience that is a little different than your typical corner java joint.
Perhaps most in the Kingdom know of the folktale called Moni Mekhala which tells the origin of thunderstorms. Two young art students, however, have refreshed the story by bringing it to life through their digital design skills.
Putting an index finger on his lips as a shush sign before giving instructions for a football training, Tith Sovannara, 23, stood among a group of children in a school compound, telling them to pass the ball to their female counterp
WITH a gaping hole in the ground and tangled corn stalks strewn across Yves Rolland’s field, it looks as if it has been hit by a tornado. He already knows who the culprits are.
A group of 13 students from Visual and Applied Arts School of Battambang province organised an exhibition to display their achievements at the showroom of the National Institute of Education, located in Phnom Penh, after they comple
Hitomi yamanaka's passion for Khmer culture is apparent as she sits down to a meal of local fare to discuss her study of traditional dance, dating back more than two decades.
It was some 20 years ago when a Frenchman from Corsica, Jean Pierre Franchi, first landed in Cambodia. Amazed at what he saw of the people’s resilience and a nation emerging from the Khmer Rouge genocide, he decided to stay on.
Looking back on the past 10 years, the market for 3D artworks was still small.
SEVEN youths have come together to develop an educational app for students sitting for the BAC II examinations.
Captain Min Min, a Buddhist from Myanmar, looks on as a stream of Muslim Rohingya labourers zig-zag up narrow gangplanks hauling sacks of ginger from his boat into Bangladesh – one of many seizing the economic opportunities presented by a refugee crisis.