The Quay Hotel in Phnom Penh intends to join the elite ranks of the world's few carbon-neutral hotels when it opens later this year.
Australian artist Stephen Eastaugh returns to the FCC for a third show, bringing with him a collection of paintings inspired by an unstill life.
Renowned Argentinean photographer Carolina Furque takes a magical, mysterious tour of the circus, juxtaposing scenes from the big-top in France with its more humble cousin back home.
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With the fallout from an excoriating Global Witness report on forest crime still reverberating through the Kingdom and across the world, the issue of how Cambodia's beleaguered forests are to be managed and monitored remains an ominous and unanswered question.
Magic monk Bin Sovann is having a typically busy day. It's before lunch at Wat Komsan some 5 km outside Phnom Penh and Sovann has already cured the sick, blessed a family's bed sheets and anointed a 1993 Toyota Celica with sacred water sprinkled from a silver bowl.
More than 10,000 Human Rights Party (HRP) supporters gathered July 22 at Olympic Stadium as the fledgling party held its inaugural congress and declared that it intends to bring power to the people and ultimately overcome the ruling CPP.
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