Folk artists performed lion and dragon dances in Cambodia on Monday to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year, or the Spring Festival, which falls on Tuesday.
Many artists may have been killed during the Cambodian genocide, but the artistic spirit in the Cambodian community is still very much alive today.
Venerable Luon Sovath spent two months touring the UK, with filmmaker Chris Kelly standing in as his “pagoda boy.”
In Siem Reap, the newly opened Treeline Urban Resort has built into its foundation an open-air gallery where contemporary Cambodian artists can display their works on rotation, contributing their pieces to one of the four themed exhibits each year.
As the sun sets over the ancient city of Angkor in the deep jungle in northwestern Cambodia, a massive temple-mountain named Ta Keo glows golden in the rays.
Learning an instrument helped Arn Chorn-Pond survive the Khmer Rouge era. He has since dedicated his life to reviving traditional Cambodian music that was almost lost under the regime.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen sent congratulatory messages on the launch of the China-Cambodia culture and tourism year 2019 in Phnom Penh on Wednesday, expressing hope for strengthening the bilateral friendship and ties.
It is almost once again time for the annual Khmer Crafts and Food Festival (KCFF) in Phnom Penh.
One Thursday afternoon after Ta Porng Nuy has finished his work on a yam field in rural Ratanakiri Province, he gathers a selection of books on his three wheeled motorbike, driving it to a nearby town and parking it in the shadow of a tree.
Little, Brown non-fiction imprint Robinson has bought a “moving and insightful” account of a daughter’s search for her missing father in the ‘Killing Fields’ of Cambodia.
Cam Town Art Gallery opens in Long Beach's Cambodia Town on Feb. 8
Cambodian Culture & Fine Arts Minister Phoeung Sakona is appealing to young Cambodians to visit museums to understand their country’s culture and history after discovering that the majority of museum-goers last year were foreigners.
Loudoun-based producer Neardey Trinh and Los Angeles-based filmmaker Caylee So are more than cousins—they’re creative collaborators.
First came the 8,900-pound sticky-rice cake, stuffed with mung beans and pork belly, displayed at Angkor Wat and heralded as “officially amazing” by Guinness World Records.
Cambodia’s second annual Folk Art & Blues Fest rolls into Phnom Penh on a double-decker London bus in late January for the start of a 16-day tour that will take it all over the Kingdom.
Writer-director Rodd Rathjen’s debut feature Buoyancy, a drama set in rural Cambodia that follows Chakra, a 14-year-old boy enslaved on a fishing trawler, will have its world premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival.
Toronto-based Raven Banner has picked up international sales rights to Cambodia’s first million-dollar action film The Preyand will launch sales at the EFM in Berlin next month.
Any label with a focus on sustainability and ethical production is a win in our books.
When it comes to monarchy, most people think of the pomp and majesty of the British throne, with its palaces and historic ceremonies.
From Cambodia’s kuy teav to Indonesia’s soto ayam, Southeast Asia Globe tucks into the region’s favourite noodle soups.