Each month, three members of the LGBTQ+ community face off in a beauty competition where they match wits, walk runways and flaunt their style in the hopes of being crowned Miss Calendar Queen.
Photo Phnom Penh, the longest-running photo festival in Cambodia, has returned for its 11th edition featuring nine Cambodian and international artists who will display their photos at the IFC gallery at the French Institute of Cambodia in Phnom Penh from October 19 until November 30.
In the darkness of the forest, blurred barefoot students dressed in school uniforms attempt to chase – or escape, depending on one’s perspective – burning books resembling fireballs.
Five years ago, Laura Baker left her native UK to work in international development in Cambodia.
Armed with a stick, a floral-shirted scarecrow with a plastic pot for a head stands guard in front of a rural Cambodian home – a sentry erected by superstitious farmers to ward off the coronavirus.
After struggling to keep their heads above water for months while art galleries closed across the Kingdom due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Open Studio Cambodia artists have finally returned to the art scene with an exhibition titled Tomorrow is a New Day.
The Cultural Season, a programme first introduced in 2018 to celebrate the cultural richness and diversity of the Kingdom, has returned this year under the theme, Expressing Identities: Them and/or Us.
After spending a year isolated from the world while battling cancer, French-Cambodian artist and activist Adana Mam Legros re-entered society with a purpose and strong message.
Khchao Touch has been plagued with existential questions for as long as she can remember. She wanted to know where she came from, why she was born and what awaited her in the afterlife – questions which could be considered unusual for a child to be asking.
At a small motorcycle repair shop about a half-hour drive outside of Phnom Penh on National Road 1, passersby can’t help but stop and take a look at what’s for sale.