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Experience the essence of Rural Cambodia, right in Phnom Penh’s backyard
A firm believer in the emancipating power of art, Cambodian artist Srey Bandaul co-founded Phare Ponleu Selpak, an art school that aims to offer disadvantaged youth a way out of poverty. In his upcoming exhibition, entitled Digestion, at Phnom Penh’s Romeet Gallery, he reflects on independence and the dynamics between the outside world and the [...]
Yale University is building foundations in Southeast Asia, but critics say its liberal concepts won’t work in Singapore’s censored state
Splitting the hairs between corporate responsibility in Myanmar and Cambodia
No stranger to controversy, Sihanouk’s actions provided ample food for thought for friend and foe alike