After years of interest, the FCC recently made a deal on the old mansion across from the National Museum and plans to return the rococo palace to its roaring 1920s glory.
Carrying her trusty Rolleiflex around like it was a child, Doris Boettcher explores life on the ups and downs.
Michael Lindemann's affinity for the unfamiliar provides the artistic thread that weaves together his eclectic works of photography.
Café Fresco will open a new location on Street 51 in Boeung Keng Kong in October. Family friendly, the new place includes a playground for kids.
As Nuon Chea, the secretive Khmer Rouge Brother No. 2, spent his second day in prison undergoing a medical checkup, Killing Fields analysts from around the globe called the arrest a major step forward in the efforts to bring aging KR leaders to trial.
The quiet fishing community of Spean Ches located on an idyllic beach front eight kilometers from the center of Sihanoukville until recently was home to more than 100 families.
As plans for a Cambodia Stock Exchange begin to unfold, big name companies are divided over the prospect of tapping the new capital market themselves, or waiting, watching and letting others dip in first.
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