Photographers Virginie Noel and Peter Harris explore rural education in their joint photo exhibit "Colourful Education in Cambodia," at the FCC Phnom Penh.
Behind the giant green fence on the river front a $20 million drainage project wages battle with the relentless monsoon rains.
Nine-member Latin rock ensemble from Saigon plays the FCC Phnom Penh one night only July 5.
In keeping with the restaurant's décor, revelers came dressed in white for "The Chow Party," the official grand opening bash for The Quay Hotel and Chow. Photos by Nathan Horton.
Happy Hour at The Quay from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Enjoy half-priced juices and cocktails and $1 Tiger Draft beer.
After decades in the wilderness, Cambodia's financial sector is finally starting to make inroads into the country's vast, largely unregulated cash-based economy.
With banners flapping and bullhorns blaring, political party activists hit Phnom Penh's busy streets to launch the official one-month campaign season before next month's national election.
The illicit trade in Khmer antiquities has led to the creation of the Red List by an international arts organization as a tool to help customs officials, police officers, art dealers and collectors recognize artifacts unlawfully smuggled out of Cambodia.
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