Some made us dance and filled our hearts with music, others made us dream with movies. VOA reports on some of the famous faces we lost in the U.S. and elsewhere in 2017. VOA Khmer's Sreng Leakhena narrates.
John Burgess most recent, “The Stairway Guide’s Daughter,” is a work of fiction set in the 12th century at the clifftop temple of Preah Vihear, famous for its 2,400-step stairway.
The final new years celebrations got underway in the Americas, with revelers in New York City braving frigid temperatures.
Proposed taxes on filmmakers reflect broader push to transition from dysfunctional system of negotiated tax to more sustainable government revenue base.
The first collaboration between composer Him Sophy and Oscar-nominated filmmaker Rithy Panh, ‘Bangsokol’ presents a Cambodian culture almost eradicated by genocide.
Established in 2009, the Leng Pleng website aims at building a community for independent artists, where live music fans can keep track of their favorite bands, DJs, and musicians.
The conservation project aimed to stabilize the temple structure and waterproof the building, as well as conduct site management and training activities.
Los Angeles is preparing to stage the 2028 Olympic Games, and hopes to avoid the high costs that have hurt other host cities in recent years. VOA Khmer's Sreng Leakhena narrates.
In nearly every major Academy Awards category this year there's some trace of the sexual misconduct allegations that have swept through the movie industry.
The National Bank of Cambodia chose Vann Molyvann to work on a private project to build 100 identical houses on a plot for their workers in Teuk Tla, near Phnom Penh International Airport.
It is the first major symphonic work to remember the deaths of an estimated 1.7 million Cambodians under the rule of the Khmer Rouge regime between 1975 and 1979.
The U.S. Civil War ended more than 150 years ago, but some Americans gather on old battlefields to reenact this historic era in great detail. VOA Khmer's Phy Sopheada narrates.