Every year, the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising Museum in Los Angeles holds an exhibit showcasing the works of Oscar nominated fashion designers of that year. VOA Khmer's Hong Chanda narrates.
Wirathu, firebrand Buddhist nationalist, has been banned from giving sermons for year.
Its 15-story globe-shaped office, called the “U.N. of Buddhism” by followers, features an assembly hall to convene thousands of Buddhists.
The book, “Either the Beginning or the End of the World”, shows all of the “multifaceted intricacy” of war, cultural upheaval and love, says author Terry Farish.
The Hong Kong International Film and TV Market, known as FILMART, is the largest event for film and television sales in Asia.
Cambodia's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community is coming out with an assertion of unprecedented pride, in stark contrast to just five years ago when discrimination and bullying were usually endured in private.
The Khmer script is widely regarded as the largest alphabet in the world, with 74 characters.
Seng Reasey, a rights worker at local NGO Silaka, said some women have to choose between having a career and having a family.
“Angkor Awakens: A Portrait of Cambodia” is an emotional film chronicling Cambodian history from ancient times up to the present.
Some 200 disabled street musicians and singers agreed to stop performing on public roads in the capital following a meeting with City Hall in January.
The Khmer-language film, “First They Killed My Father”, had a cast and crew of some 3,500 Cambodians and was produced for Netflix and was filmed in Cambodia last year.