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Ayako shines in silk dress from Cambodia at wedding party

A daughter of Emperor Akihito's late cousin, obliged to renounce her status as a princess on marrying a commoner, celebrated her big day with a glittering reception on Oct. 30.

In Photos: First Cambodia Peace Gallery to Provide a Safe Space...

After more than a decade of working in conflict resolution around the world, Dr. Emma Leslie, executive director of the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, together with her husband Dr. Soth Plai Ngarm, brought to Cambodia the Cambodia Peace Gallery.

In Photos: First Baha’i Temple in Cambodia Hopes to Bring Peace...

The Baha’i Faith is one of the youngest world religions. It is also one of the most receptive religions in the world.

Japan passion for Khmer fashion

Inspired by the costumes of the masked dance drama called Lakhon Khol, a self-taught Cambodian artist has put his passion for design into a collection to be presented on runways at the Japan International Fashion Gala this December.

Kiwi Legend: the Cambodian refugee helping others make NZ home

Our new series produced by the New Zealand Red Cross profiles people from refugee backgrounds who now call New Zealand home. Our second Kiwi Legend: Niborom Young, who found herself locked out of Cambodia and stranded here in 1975.

Uninterrupted artistic freedom still not a reality in Cambodia

Cambodian film-maker praCh Ly Friday said uninterrupted artistic freedom in his country is still not a reality and people from the creative field are punished if they make anything critical of the government.

Animation Is Film Review: ‘Funan’

Denis Do's award-winning animated feature suggests the horrors of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge regime without depicting the worst atrocities.

All you need to know about Cambodia’s Water Festival, from its...

Also known as Bon Om Touk, the annual event is one of the country’s biggest celebrations drawing more than one million Cambodians from the provinces to the capital for three days of boat racing and other festivities

Veteran Cambodian Artists to Tour US East Coast Cities

Five Khmer Rouge survivors and performers will share their personal journeys of reviving the Cambodian arts scene through a series of performances in six US cities.

Cambodia’s Anti-Archive Film Initiative Boosts Local Helmers

Cambodian filmmaking collective Anti-Archive’s Echoes of Tomorrow initiative debuted in Busan’s Wide Angle shorts competition with the world premiere of Danech San’s “A Million Years.”

New Cambodian Food Festival aims to highlight Cambodian food and culture...

Richmond will get to experience a new festival this Saturday: the first Cambodian Food Festival.

What to eat in Siem Reap: 5 Cambodian dishes to try...

Explore the local Khmer cuisine in the town that serves as the gateway to Angkor Wat.

Cambodians Facing Fear At Reptile Café

People can interact with snakes, scorpions and lizards at Phnom Penh’s first ever reptile-themed café.

Buffalo race, revival of age-old tradition in Cambodia

With their heads and horns covered in sparkling decorations, water buffalos were raced here at Vihear Sour pagoda on Tuesday in a bid to preserve the almost a century old tradition.

Iranian director makes his debut in Thailand, Cambodia

Iranian director Soheil Abdollahi has shot his debut feature-film “24 Hours” on location in Thailand and Cambodia.

Animal cafe trend a concern for wildlife experts in Cambodia

As the trend to keep and display exotic animals in cafes in the Cambodian capital grows in popularity, wildlife experts have warned that the animal trade is largely unregulated and could be putting creatures at risk.
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‘Rain and Life’ flow across LHS stage

Roselynn Soung and seven other barefoot dancers took center stage Wednesday evening at Lowell High School's Cyrus W. Irish Auditorium.

The Cambodian Version of Cirque du Soleil Must Be Seen to...

After you’re templed-out at Angkor, "Phare", the Cambodian Circus, will make your heart sing.

‘Training a new generation of skilled and passionate Cambodian chefs’

Davin Mao loves to cook and make pastries. Now she’s making it her career. The 24-year-old Cambodian chef sat down with Southeast Asia Globe on the last day of classes of her third semester at the Academy of Culinary Arts Cambodia, in Phnom Penh.

Behind the Scenes of a Cambodian Pepper Farm

You know about salt, but what do you know about pepper?