With the fingers of both hands stained with sticky clay, Bin Chharan stares blankly at a large piece of clay. With a flurry of movement, he begins to carve and sculpt the shapeless mass.
Sou Khemarin credits family influences and a personal passion for the written word as the main inspirations for his poetry and his career educating others as a lecturer at the Kampong Thom Provincial Teacher Training School.
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Located to the east of Tuol Tompoung Market, a location popular with foreigners, Nutty Bakery serves western-style sandwiches with a variety of in-house baked bread, including cricket bread.
Chap Chamrouen Tola, 34, has devoted much of her life so far to classical Khmer dance and as a result she’s performed on all six of the fully inhabited continents – if there is a theatre in Antarctica the manager should get in touch – in addition to being a dance teacher at the Secondary School of
Several current and former Cambodian migrant workers in South Korea have combined their capital and expertise to launch Veha juice – a new enterprise which aims to process locally grown fruit into preserves and canned drinks in a bid to promote the Kingdom’s farmers and introduce local products to
Officials at the JICA Grassroots Project noticed some glaring deficiencies in Cambodia’s rice wine industry – low incomes for the producers due to a lack of quality control over their products – as evidenced by the tragic mass-poisoning incidents that have occurred time and again over the past
Walker Hedgepath had yet to visit the Kingdom when he became fascinated by Cambodia, its people, language and culture.
Victor Ang, a renowned Singaporean artist – one of the top 20 finalists in the 2017 AAC awards – has led a group of his female contemporaries as they hold a group exhibition at the Hyatt Regency in Phnom Penh.
As Buddhists across Cambodia celebrate Pchum Ben, a group of people living with disabilities have taken to chanting the Parabhava Sutta, which loosely translates as “the causes of downfall”.