From a permanent children's center to an array of outreach programs, the Angkor Photography Festival is dedicated to changing lives outside the lens.
With "Regard(s)," traveler and photographer Marylise Vigneau pays homage to the world's mysterious elsewheres.
For years an undistinguished beach town, redevelopment is slowly turning Sihanoukville into one of the region's most attractive seaside destinations.
In a secluded schoolyard tucked deep in a downtown neighborhood a group of children is vigorously chanting "ren zhi chu, xing ben shan" - a three-word rhyme written by Confucius. It's a charming, wise and well-known verse that translates into "All people are kind when they are born."
The death knell has sounded for the crumbling Bassac Theater - an architectural gem of Cambodia's Golden Era of the '60s and the favorite creation of its revered architect, Vann Molyvann.
Cambodia's forum for business and government dialogue received a glowing endorsement in an independent evaluation released last month.
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