Story told in a film released Monday to mark Remembrance Day.
Lavender Jeep has tours to explore the most important areas of Siem Reap, Cambodia
Vichuta Ly and Anne Watts forged an unbreakable bond that saved the lives of thousands of children driven from their homes during Pol Pot's reign of terror.
The tastiest things to try in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh.
With its modest surroundings and dozen or so red plastic tables, restaurant Bong Rith Bok Lahong Piseh behind Phnom Penh’s Chhouk Meas Market may not stand out at first glance. But this humble eatery has attracted many customers for two reasons; the food’s great taste and its friendly chef who found fame on competitive cooking reality television show MasterChef Khmer.
Situated in a suburb of Khemarak Phoumin city is a 20m waterfall, which runs down into a huge pond filled with fish as swimmers hurtle into the water from a rope swing tied to a tree.
Local Cambodian dancer receives grant award.
Phnom Penh-based firm Bloom Architecture has unveiled a beautiful renovation of a decaying building in Kampot, Cambodia.
Welcome to paradise!” That’s likely to be the greeting you’ll hear when you first step foot on Koh Rong Sanloem… and it’s not far wrong!
The ancient temple complexes around Siem Reap are spread over miles of dense jungle, and rarely explored solely on foot. Fergus Scholes does just that – at speed.
Cambodian cuisine is often overlooked internationally, but there is one unique Cambodian flavor leaving its mark around the world – Kampot pepper.
Reenactments of the Khmer Rouge genocide are annual events in Cambodia.
Cambodian actors have re-enacted atrocities committed by the Khmer Rouge on the country's National Day of Remembrance - known informally as the "Day of Anger".
An agreement has been signed by cultural institutes of the Mogao Grottoes in northwest China's Dunhuang and Cambodia's Angkor Wat to promote cultural exchanges between the two world heritage sites.
Traveling around Southeast Asia is not complete without visiting the magnificent Angkor Wat temple in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Angkor Wat has become the national symbol of Cambodia.
From the very start of “See You Yesterday,” which will be staged at the Emerson Paramount Center in Boston this week, the artists get to the heart of what has never stopped haunting people of Cambodian roots, old or young, wherever they live in the world.
A small business owner has struggled as the Tacoma area has boomed. Now he may have to leave his space at the end of the month.
Tomatoes are gone. Basil has bolted. Quinces and chestnuts are clamouring.
When Alexandra Mai was a freshman, she took a history class that opened a door to her family’s past.
When the first wave of Cambodian refugees settled in Lowell during the early 1980s, they used a small apartment located in the Acre neighborhood as a makeshift Buddhist temple.