In rural Malawi, families send girls as young as 12 years old for "initiation," a traditional, cultural practice that marks a child's entry into adulthood. VOA Khmer's Sou Pichchinda narrates.
The letter instructed both public and private educational institutions to educate students and “strengthen morals” by disciplining students, though it did not provide examples of what constituted “unusual activity”.
Venerable Luon Sovath spent two months touring the UK, with filmmaker Chris Kelly standing in as his “pagoda boy.”
The Apsara Authority, which oversees the running of the Angkor Wat Temple Complex, said the “ignominious” products should be removed from the site.
Presidents, prime ministers and Hollywood stars have visited - what from the outside - may look like an old and shabby jazz club in New Orleans. VOA Khmer's Phy Sopheada narrates.
Some 860 families from various indigenous minorities lived for generations near the rivers in northeast Cambodia until a Chinese-backed dam flooded the area.
Canadian filmmakers Mark Bochsler and Sandra Leuba talk with VOA Khmer’s Chetra Chap about the making of “Surviving Bokator” and the place of bokator in Cambodian culture and today’s Cambodia.
Some 25,000 government officials, civil servants and members of the security forces took part in the annual event in Phnom Penh.
There are an estimated 6 million Baha’is worldwide, including several thousand in Cambodia, where the faith first carved out a foothold in the 1920s, said Hou Sopheap, the Baha’i House of Worship’s director.
Dr. Soth Plai Ngarm, a peace activist and the founder of the museum, said the project would use photographs and other art forms to help visitors interpret conflict through a different lens.