It's often the intangibles that make a restuarant successful, and while time will be the ultimate arbitor of success, Pacharan has got a lot going for it — superb location, artsy interior design, relaxed ambience, a chef from Barcelona. The place just feels hip.
As a culmination to his year spent working in Cambodia, Karl Sheldon will show an eclectic mix of both black-and-white and color photography at the FCC Phnom Penh beginning March 1. Proceeds from photograh sales will be donated to Oxfam.
Photographer Julian Tennant uses traditional darkroom techniques to give new photographs a vintage spirit, creating photos as evocative as the old postcards they mimic, as much art as they are photography.
This month only, enjoy a special on the ultra-pampering "Journey Revival," a 3-hour, full-body extravaganza that includes:
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The World Bank Poverty Assessment, released February 8, says Cambodia has made progress in ameliorating poverty over the last decade and will, if able to overcome some key obstacles, meet the Millennium Development Goal of halving poverty by 2015.
The last Koh Pich residents moved their possessions from their houses on the island February 23, when they were confronted by the forces of the Phnom Penh Municipality — military police and soldiers armed with guns, accompanied by hired hands armed with crowbars, hammers and axes — under the command of a municipal court director.
Trade between Cambodia and Vietnam was given a boost this week, as banks from both countries signed an agreement enabling the implementation of cross-border banking services.
St. Patrick's Day Celebrate St. Patrick's at the FCC. Green beer $1 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
"Postcards from Cambodia" Photographs by Karl Sheldon, on display through April 14. Opening reception with the photographer March 10. Proceeds from photograph sales go to Oxfam.
"Eastern Approaches" Photography by Julian Tennant, on display through March 31.
Sunday Movie Night - Shows start at 8:00 p.m.