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Designed by a team of architects headed by Vann Molyvann, the Bassac River Front complex was an ambitious project to develop 24 hectares of prime riverfront land with affordable housing units, cultural centers and other public buildings. "But history got in the way."
Meas Sokhorn’s latest exhibition, “Inverted Sewer,” which opens Wednesday night at Java Cafe and Gallery, tells a tale of chaos on the streets of Phnom Penh.
BBC Media Action’s new multimedia project, Love9, aims to address a critical gap in the national conversation around sexual and reproductive health.
Romeet Contemporary Art Space’s new exhibition, “Time to Think,” is less an art show than what curator Kate O’Hara calls a “series of provocations.”
The Bati Tourism Development agency lost the right to manage and develop Tonle Bati Resort in Takeo province due to a breach of its contract with the government, the Council of Ministers announced Friday.
Phnom Penh’s Bollywood fans rejoice: the first-ever Indian Cinema Week launches this weekend in the city.
A fever-stricken woman lies limp in the arms of a loved one. Villagers surround her, chanting softly. Suddenly, a lone figure rises from the ground and lets out a primal shout. The chanting grows louder.
It’s a Sunday afternoon in Phnom Penh’s Boeung Keng Kang 1 commune, and Little Fashion is buzzing. Every weekend, the popular clothing shop fills with customers—not ordinary window shoppers, but loyal Facebook fans—all looking to try on or pick up whatever items caught their eye on social media that week.