By Caroline Vernaillen • Apr 10, 2013
A firm believer in the emancipating power of art, Cambodian artist Srey Bandaul co-founded Phare Ponleu Selpak, an art school that aims to offer disadvantaged youth a way out of poverty. In his upcoming exhibition, entitled Digestion, at Phnom Penh’s Romeet Gallery, he reflects on independence and the dynamics between the outside world and the inside, portraying the body as a metaphorical arena of tension.
By Dene Mullen • Oct 26, 2012
With extensive work in orphanages and schools, the Tennis Federation of Cambodia hopes to prove it is not just a game for the elite
By Don Weinland • Oct 11, 2012
The quest to keep the Khmer script alive in a digital world
By Sacha Passi • Sep 10, 2012
The Kingdom’s first generation of social workers are on a mission to right society’s wrongs
Cambodia offers a bounty of business opportunities, but will a lack of innovative spirit see locals lose out?
By Sacha Passi • Aug 10, 2012