Saturday 22 February 2020
February 12, 2020
'Letters From Home' Helps Actress Discover Her Identity
Children of immigrants, who are born in United States, often struggle to understand their own identity. A Cambodian-American actress is using her art to explore her roots through a very personal story. VOA’sChetra Chap reports.
February 10, 2020
South Koreans Celebrate Parasite's Historical 'Best Picture' Win
December 14, 2019
Cambodia’s First Female Drum Troupe to Feature in Documentary
December 12, 2019
Epic Arts Performers Aim to Change Views on Disabilities
Epic Arts Cambodia is an arts organization that promotes the inclusion of people with disabilities through the arts. It runs multiple programs, including social enterprise projects like a café in Kampot province that also helps fund the organization.
December 05, 2019
Cambodian-American Fighter Punching for the Top
An MMA fighter of Cambodian decent has never set her foot in her mother’s homeland, but now she is using her fighting career to reconnect with the country that her mother told her about when she was a child. VOA’s Chetra Chap reports.
November 30, 2019
Self-Taught Chef Turned Cambodian Cuisine Ambassador
Ratanak Ros, or Chef Nak, dedicates her life to preserving and promoting Cambodian cuisine. The 34-year-old self-taught chef, originally from the capital city of Phnom Penh, discovered her passion for cooking as a child. Now she’s an ambassador for Cambodian flavors, and works with the Ministry of T
November 13, 2019
Phnom Penh Festival Celebrates Revival of Arts, Underscores Progress Following Cultural Decimation by the Khmer Rouge
After playing in the Unites States, Australia and France, “Bangsokol” will play for Cambodian audiences during the Arts4Peace festival that commences this week on November 14. The 10-day festival will celebrate three generations of artists and cultural workers
October 27, 2019
Cambodian Dance Heals Victims of Forced Marriage
Great art can change the world. It can show us a moment in time, and it can even help heal profound pain and suffering. That's how one Cambodian dancer is using it. Through dance, she's telling the story of forced marriage during the Khmer Rouge regime. VOA's Chetra Chap reports.
October 12, 2019
Cambodian Musicians Heal Through Music
The power of music and art to influence generations is well documented, and that's sometimes why authoritarian regimes tend to silence artists. The brutal Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia is no different and a huge percentage of Cambodia's musicians and artists were killed during the Pol Pot Regime. B