In his first exhibit since 2005, Vann Nath will unveil new works this month at the Bophana Audiovisual Resource Center.
The effects of global warming may be irreversible, but the FCC plans to fight it every step of the way.
Legendary Cambodian deminer Aki Ra continues to build Cambodia's future by digging up its past.
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The Minister of Information's third novel "Mr. Lawyer" has been slowed up-Khieu Kanharith is learning Unicode. His first book "The Last Smile" (1982) was a sabre-rattling political novel, with one character based loosely on Hun Sen. His second, "The One Who Goes Away," compiles tender observations of a life spent in Cambodia. It's wild stuff for a man who's been described as the "mouthpiece" of the strait-laced CPP, but it's just another delicious incongruity for Kanharith.
Renewed calls to remove the US dollar from widespread circulation in Cambodia are drawing bipartisan support, and some high-ranking government officials are calling the ban a pressing matter of national sovereignty and pride.
When English football legend Sir Bobby Charlton arrives in Phnom Penh for a good-will visit next month, he may be surprised by the contrast between the presently robust climate of Cambodian football and its decades-long run of disappointment.
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