The festivities were suspended following a deadly stampede in 2010 that killed more than 350 people, resuming in 2014 before being suspended in 2015 ostensibly due to low rainfall and amid political tensions.
“Like a Rose”, originally written and produced by Cambodian-American Bochan Huy, is a painfully beautiful accompaniment to the love between Dr. Ngor and his wife.
On September 4, the world watched as Mother Teresa, a woman whom the world has come to know as a humanitarian and founder of the Missionaries of Charity, was canonized into sainthood by the Catholic Church. VOA Khmer's Soeurn Vathana's narrates.
Communities in southern Kenya are slowly embracing special ceremonies for girls known as alternative rites of passage instead of female genital mutilation. VOA Khmer's Sou Pichchinda narrates.
Republican Presidential Candidate Trump kicked up a media storm when he found himself in a feud with the family of a Muslim soldier who died fighting for his country. VOA Khmer's Chhim Suemedh narrates.
So far Thangdy has produced seven short films, as well as taking up jobs in radio production and with BBC Media Action.
Around the world, independent artists and musicians wrestle with a common problem: where to exhibit or perform? VOA Khmer's Sou Pichchinda narrates.
Khieu Thy, president of the Angkor Tour Guide Association, said the new pricing could make Cambodia less competitive.
The Cambodian Living Arts (CLA) began as a school but has since morphed into much more.
His departure came immediately after the July 10 murder of popular political commentator Kem Ley.