Vann Molyvann is not just Cambodia's most revered architect, he is a national icon. His work includes Independence Monument, the Olympic Stadium, Chaktomuk Theater and many, if not most, of Phnom Penh's landmarks.
British photographer Sean Morony captures the defining shots of Cambodia to deliver a compeling narrative on the content and character of the country.
Long dismissed as old beater bikes by the trendy Phnom Penh set, the Italian-made motor-scooters are quietly making inroads among the capital's uber-hip.
FCC Members get 25% off lunch everyday at Pacharan. For everyone else, Pacharan offers your choice of two tapas from our selected menu + bread and alioli + a glass of sangria* for just US$7.00 inclusive.
Jorge Luis Valdez Rodriguez is a boxing coach straight from the movies: he's a tough-looking straight-talker who's built like a powder keg.
Cambodia's nascent financial services industry will take a step forward in August with the launch of home loan mortgages from ANZ Royal Bank.
The number of new Thai investors coming to do business in Cambodia has increased in 2006 compared with previous years, according to an official at the Thai Embassy in Phnom Penh.
At 11am on a recent weekday, Daun Penh district in Phnom Penh is filled with the excited chatter of children as they spill out of a school playground in a messy, giggling wave.
"Cambodia Revisited" Photographs by British photographer Sean Morony, on display through August 11.
"FCC Permanent Collection" Four decades of Cambodian history in photographs.
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