An annual traditional collective fishing event in Memot district in Tbong Khmum province has been set for February 18.
All types of Cambodian theatre tell stories with numerous characters: The heroes and heroines, supporting players, giants and monsters and talking monkeys.
A team of Cambodian artists have been invited to perform at the “Chingay 2023” parade in Singapore in February.
Eleven Khmer silks will be exhibited at the Asian Traditional Textiles Museum in mid-February, according to a January 23 announcement by the Apsara National Authority (ANA).
Sitting in front of a black-and-white image printed on thick fabric with LED lights directly on the frame, Our Darith is cutting paper into small pieces and inserting them into the place with the utmost care and adjusting them to make them cast symmetrical shadows.
The ASEAN Summits in Cambodia were many months ago, but most of the domestic and international guests are sure to remember an exhibition of Cambodian products at the event. One of the highlights for many visitors were a series of small colourful masks
Clay pottery usually takes the form of pots and pans or kitchen utensils and occasionally items for home decoration done in simple and traditional forms. But a young man in Siem Reap is making mud into more beautiful and luxurious ceramics which are now being sold abroad.
Although the Royal Ploughing Ceremony is still four months away, authorities in Kampong Thom province have begun preparing the ground and are establishing committees to handle the ceremony.
A tree with four trunks is wrapped in an axe, which each of its branches burning.
Cambodian artisans, always on the lookout for ways to repurpose or recycle waste items, have discovered a new resource to make use of here in the Kingdom: Cattle’s horns.