"It’s never had an open opposition, it’s never been a multi-party country; that’s not a system that Cambodians are accustomed to. Not that some Cambodians wouldn’t want to have one, but they have not had one," David Chandler says.
Khmer Rouge eliminated 90 percent of Cambodia’s artists, but those who survived taught new generations that are advancing traditional arts.
The first collaboration between composer Him Sophy and Oscar-nominated filmmaker Rithy Panh, ‘Bangsokol’ presents a Cambodian culture almost eradicated by genocide.
Work of French linguist Sylvain Vogel helps ethnic group defend its spirit, values and identities’ against the encroaching modern world.