Many have viewed Vietnam as Cambodia’s arch-enemy, a consequence of history. In the wake of such hostility, ethnic Vietnamese who call Cambodia home are forever seen as strangers.
Amid fields of rice in Battambang province, one family branched out into grapes, creating Cambodia’s first bottles of locally-produced wine. Now they have their sights set on conquering the juice market.
It’s a hard life for some tuk-tuk drivers in Phnom Penh, fighting for customers and a living, and often sleeping in the vehicles they call home.
Cambodia’s first gay dance company is using classical Khmer dance to break down cultural barriers and challenge society’s preconceptions.
Angelina Jolie has regularly described her first trip to Cambodia as “an awakening.”
In the 1960s, Phnom Penh’s White Building symbolized progress—a new Cambodia. Now the housing complex is being demolished, taking an architectural ‘Golden Age’ along with it
Women in Cambodia’s male-dominated film and television industry are in the minority, but they are determined to make their voices heard
As lakes are filled around Phnom Penh, sewage and flooding problems worsen. It’s a familiar story and Boeng Tompun presents the next chapter.
He had led the CNRP through a contentious national election, a doomed detente and a fresh round of lawsuits that sent him packing for Paris. Then, in February, with the CPP on the verge of passing legislation that would punish the CNRP for his court cases, Mr. Rainsy stepped down as party president.
Twenty years ago next week, Second Prime Minister Hun Sen toppled First Prime Minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh after days of factional fighting in Phnom Penh
With at least 16 of its members in jail, the Khmer National Liberation Front is on the government’s radar. But just what is this obscure group?
For the past few months, Mr. Long, who owns a car repair shop on the side of the road about 100 km southeast of Phnom Penh, has been building, flying, and crashing his homemade airplane.
Thma Puok commune, Banteay Meanchey province - During the 2017 election season in Cambodia, two faces dominated the campaign. Posters of Prime Minister Hun Sen and opposition leader Kem Sokha were plastered everywhere across the country’s communes. Except in this commune on the Thai border. Here the face of Nhek Bun Chhay ruled.
Commune councils have always been intended to govern local affairs—at least in principle. But from their very inception more than a century ago, those running the country have used them more for political purposes than to meet the needs and welfare of residents.
Two Brothers Face Off in Tightly Contested Takeo Province Commune
Cambodians deported from the US are being sent to a country where many have never lived, leading them to examine their concept of home and self-identity
A rare politician, Keat Chhon retained favor with several regimes over a career spanning more than 50 years, through some of Cambodia’s most stormy times
From being down on his luck as a conned and homeless traveler, Shuhei Murakami now celebrates the good times two turbulent years later
A new book explores the difficult task of rebuilding Cambodia after the Khmer Rouge forces fled Phnom Penh in 1979
A new documentary depicts the struggles of three activists fighting injustice during a period of social awakening in Cambodia