Author Anne Elizabeth Moore, co-publisher of Punk Planet magazine, spent December and January teaching the power of self-publishing to the future women leaders of Cambodia.
Myanmarese photographer Nyan Win explores life in rural Myanmar, the little-known yet fantastically beautiful country.
Speed Dating on Valentine's tops the list, but Chinese New Year, performances at Angkor Wat, an arts festival in Phnom Penh, and other notable performances make February an eventful month.
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Four years after union leader Chea Vichea's assassination, a ceremony drew more than 100 people to the spot where he died near Wat Lanka, and seven international rights groups demanded the two men convicted in the killing be exonerated and released.
American actress Mia Farrow, known predominantly for her film career involving over 50 films such as Rosemary's Baby and a handful of Woody Allen classics, was in town last week on a campaign to raise awareness about the atrocities that have been on-going in the Darfur region of Sudan in Africa. Her Dream for Darfur campaign has been stopping in places where mass murder has taken place to honor victims and survivors. She spoke to Post publisher & editor-in-chief Michael Hayes about why she was in Cambodia.
Another South Korean company announced plans to build a city skyscraper, this one to begin construction next week at the heavily trafficked corner of Sihanouk and Monivong Blvds.
Cleaner than most, the first block from the river on Street 136 has a secret weapon to combat the accumulation of solid waste along the gutters: Yin Borum. The 25-year-old spends his days trudging up and down the 50-meter stretch, pulling a small green dustbin as part of a private initiative-believed to be the first of its kind in Phnom Penh-to keep the street spotless.
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