Veterans of Vietnam's rock-n-roll circuit, The Rice Growers head into town this weekend for a Saturday night show at the FCC and a Sunday evening gig at the Stranger.
Using photographs of art made from photographs, John Fei effectively erases any distinctions between the two disciplines, creating work that borders on exceptional.
The hunt for the kouprey -- Cambodia's elusive national animal reportedly worth millions, if not more -- is an essential part of the animals myth and mystery.
To a country that arguably invented the sport, the Cambodian National Kickboxing Championships represent the greatest sporting event of the year, rich with history and emotion, filled with blood, sweat and tears.
All but extinct five years ago, the ancient warrior fighting art of Bokator Khmer is making a comeback, with the first tournament in nearly 1,000 years scheduled for this September.
The government is spending $20 million to rehabilitate infrastructure in Siem Reap for the Angkor-Gyeongju World Cultural Expo 2006, which opens in November and is hoped to attract roughly 400,000 visitors, a government official told the Post.
Former Phnom Penh Police Chief Heng Pov's public allegations of crimes by high government officials negate any claim he may have to political asylum, a government spokesman said August 24.
African President Robert Mugabe's spectacular misgovernment of Zimbabwe seems to be flavor of the month for Cambodian politicians criticizing the policies of their opponents.
Viettel Corporation, the Vietnamese telecommunications company owned by the Vietnamese army, has been given permission to operate in Cambodia, according to government sources
The Rice Growers Saturday September 2nd on the FCC Phnom Penh rooftop terrace, 8:30 p.m.
Photography by John Fei on display through September 30, 2006.
"FCC Permanent Collection" Four decades of Cambodian history in photographs.
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