Cambodian man holds the burned incense sticks in front of a painted photo of a Kampuchea Krom Hero, Son Kuy, right, at a ceremony in Phnom, file photo.
Norodom Sihanouk, a major political figure beloved by many Cambodians, died in October 2012.
សិប្បកម្មជាងទងប្រពៃណីខ្មែរស្ទើរតែសាបសូន្យក្នុងរបបខ្មែរក្រហមនៅចុងទសវត្សរ៍១៩៧០ តែសព្វថ្ងៃនេះ សិប្បកម្មនេះមានជីវិតរស់រវើកឡើងវិញ។
Adhoc says at least 110 forestry activists are currently under threat, through lawsuit, violence or arrest, in the province.
The school teaches traditional dance, Pin Peat music, and Mahori music, and Yike, taught by skillful professors from the Royal University of Fine Arts.
The World Cup has begun and the globe's football fans have their attention on Brazil. Here in Washington DC, the coach of the top professional team, DC United, recently provided tips on how to play the world's most popular sport. English audio with Khmer-text subtitles. Please watch and read along.
A conference in London - organized in part by actress Angelina Jolie - has launched a new international protocol on investigating sexual violence in war.
Lao Mong Hay said the casino expansion not only hurts the institution’s physical building, but it is harmful to what the building represents.
A group of 20 women from various indigenous groups from across the country met in Phnom Penh on Wednesday, calling economic land concessions the top threat to their way of life.
The delta was once part of Cambodia, but it was partitioned to Vietnam by the French at the end of their Indochinese colonization in 1949.
Three statues looted from Cambodia over the last 40 years were returned to Phnom Penh in an official ceremony Tuesday.
Three major statues looted from Cambodia during its civil war were returned to Phnom Penh in an official ceremony Tuesday.
The survey, conducted by the Cambodian Defenders Project, found that some 60 percent of 105 surveyed respondents experienced some form of sexual violence under the Khmer Rouge.
At the close of National Asia Pacific Heritage Month, Sichan Siv, a Cambodian and former US ambassador to the UN, says cultural assimilation had been the key to his success in the United States.
Khmer architecture was uniquely Cambodia style of modern architecture developed in the 1950s and 1960s. The New Khmer Architecture movement began with independence from France in 1953.
A group representing Cambodia’s indigenous communities traveled to New York this week, meeting with UN officials and other minority groups from 70 countries.
"Still I Strive" is a documentary about children at a unique orphanage in Phnom Penh who possess strong artistic skills and aspire to perform for the royal family. Director Adam Pfleghaar is in Washington, DC for the screening of the documentary which premiered at the Busan Film Festival in 2012.
After touring the Metropolitan Museum in New York on Thursday, Cambodian Cabinet Minister Sok An expressed hope that some of the artifacts originally from Cambodia, but not on loan, will be returned to their rightful owners one day.
Cambodia has officially received two 10th Century artifacts looted from the country more than four decades ago.
"Still I Strive" is a documentary about children at a unique orphanage in Phnom Penh who possess strong artistic skills and aspire to perform for the royal family. Director Adam Pfleghaar says the orphans are able to use the performing arts to instill hope and motivation in their lives.
Members of the Cambodian American Heritage Association held an art performance on Saturday in Arlington, Virginia, in celebration of the Khmer New Year.
An exhibit of Hindu and Buddhist sculptural works from first-millennium Southeast Asia opened on April 14 at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. VOA's Carolyn Weaver has this report on the "Lost Kingdoms" exhibit.
Members of the Cambodian American Heritage Association held an art performance on Saturday in Arlington, Virginia, in celebration of the Khmer New Year. VOA Khmer's Pin Sisovann has the report.
Cambodian's ancient Angkor Wat has become the latest historical site to be digitally mapped by Google for armchair tourists to visit online.
Union leaders say many workers are staying home in a quiet strike, rather than demonstrating, as they continue to push for a raise in the minimum wage to $160 per month.
Cambodians have deep traditions steeped in animism, astrology and folktales, and many take such predictions very seriously, especially at the onset of a new year.
Five years in the making, “Lost Kingdoms” shows works from the 5th to the 8th century, an era when Hinduism and Buddhism took root in Southeast Asia.
For the first time ever, ancient sculptures from Myanmar are on diplay outside of the once-repressed country. The art is part of an exhibition called "Lost Kingdoms" at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Street View users can now visit 100 temples and sculptures around Angkor Wat, via a 360-degree perspective.
“Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten” took a decade to make, but Pirozzi said preservation of Cambodian rock music made details in the film very important.
Cambodian filmmakers grabbed the top two spots of the Tropfest South East Asia in January. The black-and-white silent film, "Rice," by Sothea Ines, won first place. Sothea Ines spoke to Im Sothearith of VOA Khmer by Skype from Phnom Penh.
Almost 40 years after the communist Khmer Rouge took over Cambodia and embarked on a four-year reign of terror and genocide, many of those who survived are finally able to talk about it. Elizabeth Lee reports from Long Beach, California, home to the largest Cambodian community outside Cambodia.
កម្មវិធីក្នុងសប្តាហ៍នេះមានព័ត៌មានអំពី ពលរដ្ឋខ្មែរអាមេរិកកាំងខ្លះ បន្ថយភាពភ័យរន្ធត់ដែលពួកគេបានទទួលនៅក្នុងរបបខ្មែរក្រហម តាមរយៈការមើលភាពយន្តរឿង«កង្វះរូបភាព»។ ការបង្រៀនគ្រាមភាសាអង់គ្លេសបែបអាមេរិកាំង គឺឃ្លា «see eye to eye» និងបញ្ចប់ដោយឈុតខ្លះនៃរឿង «Need for Speed»៕
The forest of Preah Rorka sits at the confluence of three districts, covering 90,000 hectares, and tribes in the area rely on the forest for their livelihoods.
Many Cambodians like "Kantrim" music from the Khmer-populated area of Surin, in Northeast Thailand. They sing and dance to the music on special occasions, such as parties or New Year's.
The Cambodian music festival will be celebrated at the Ford Theatre of Hollywood on August 3, 2014.
Academy Awards on Sunday night, hoping “The Missing Picture” would win for best foreign film. Disappointment was the word of the day, however, as the award went to the Italian film, “The Great Beauty.”
Despite not winning its own Oscar, “The Missing Picture’s” nomination was a historic first for Cambodians.
Representatives of 17 different groups say the Hoang Anh Gia Lai company, which received funding from the bank’s International Finance Corporation, devastated forest lands affecting up to 2,000 families.