Titled "Cambodia Encounters," Ken Opprann's collection of 48 black-and-white photos reveals an intimate mosaic of the people and pastimes of Cambodia. With online preview.
Steal away to the FCC Angkor for a luxurious 3-day escapade filled with romance and splendor.
With new restoration work underway, the government is contemplating Central Market's case for 'World Heritage Site' status.
The brave, the ambitious and the desperate are packing their dreams on to motorbikes and into crowded minibuses and following money's gilded path to Battambang, Siem Reap, and above all, Phnom Penh.
Every evening, somewhere in Phnom Penh, someone is dining in darkness, and shop owners are not happy about it.
It's not the recommended remedy you'd get from doctors at Calmette Hospital. But 48-year-old Yath Sal says she recovered from her disease when she allowed a neakta, or guardian spirit, to possess her.
A handbook of information about a potential influenza pandemic has been translated into Khmer and copies are set to be distributed to Cambodian print journalists and broadcasters by the end of January.
"Cambodian Encounters" Black-and-white photography by 2002 European Press Photographer of the Year Ken Opprann, through March 5.
Sunday Movie Night - See the latest blockbusters every Sunday, 8:00 p.m.
Membership Launch Party and Drink Reception: Feb 11, 2006; Pick up your FCC Privilege Card and join the party — drinks and horderves on the house. 6 p.m.
Valentine's Day: Feb 14, 2006; - Retreat to the FCC Angkor for a candle-lit night of romance and amoré. Dinner for two, $US45.00.