While interviewing young Cambodians for a novel, a writer finds strong patterns of spirit belief.
Duch ran a well-oiled machine. He processed people, personally approving every confession.
Ten years after publication, Building Cambodia remains an abiding source of information about the golden age of Phnom Penh’s architecture.
After working years toward his PhD, Wayne McCallum realised it wasn’t enough to write about the environment; he needed to experience it.
Khmer dance was once seen as purely decorative, but four dancers are bringing a modern dynamic into dance culture.
When Kem Ley’s murderer was asked for his name, he offered a chilling sobriquet: ‘Chuob Samlap’ – literally, ‘Meet Kill.‘
Vietnam lies at the wrong end of the Mekong River when it comes to food and water security.
William J. Rust sheds new light on the complex and often violent birth pangs of post-World War II Cambodia.
A new generation of Cambodian writers are given voice in English in Modern Literature of Cambodia.
The sixty-ninth Cannes Film Festival premiered Cambodian director Davy Chou’s first feature film, Diamond Island.