A collection of images by the famous Japanese war photographer Taizo Ichinose is currently on display at Le Popil Photo Gallery in Phnom Penh.
With six high-tech flyers imported from overseas, Wings Over Cambodia makes taking to the skies a fast, fun and surprisingly affordable experience.
Opening at the FCC Angkor on April 8th, Christopher Bland's exhibit "River, Street in Buddha's Land" offers an intimate yet expansive look at modern-day life in Southeast Asia.
In "Cambodia From Near and Far," German photographer Doris Boettcher takes a detailed look at Angkor Wat and other temples of Cambodia.
Find serenity at Visaya Spa in April with a special 60-minute massage and facial package. Coupled with herbal aromatherapy, a relaxing massage will soothe overworked muscles and re-energize your spirit. The anti-stress facial will leave you feeling radiant and rejuvenated. During the month of April for a special low price of just $45. Only at Visaya Spa. For details or reservations call 063 760 814.
The naked, emaciated woman captured in a Ratanakkiri jungle on January 13 and believed to be Rochom P'nhieng, a member of the Phnong tribe who vanished in 1989, has ended months of silence in an unexpected way, her presumed father, Sal Lou, told the Post on March 19.
Judges at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) announced on March 16 that the bar fees for foreign lawyers proposed by the Cambodian Bar Association (CBA) were now the last remaining barrier to their approval of the Khmer Rouge Trial's long-contested draft internal rules.
A planned survey to check the economic pulse of fishing communities living on the banks of Southeast Asia's largest freshwater lake -- the Tonle Sap -- threatens to expose serious shortcomings in an Asian Development Bank (ADB) anti-poverty initiative.
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