Cambodia’s garment factories are synonymous with hard work, long hours and low wages. But among the assembly lines and dusty backstreets, couples are falling in love
A ceasefire agreement between ethnic rebels and the government has paved the way for tourists to enter the isolated Karen state
Sun Chanthol, Cambodia’s recently appointed minister of commerce, explains his reform priorities
Tenderly restored houses from throughout history make the Temple Tree boutique hotel a jewel of Langkawi
Every day, hundreds of men, women and children risk their lives mining for gems in a remote corner of Cambodia. A young miner and his father share their stories and struggles as they carve out an existence
Executive director of the Documentation Centre of Cambodia and executive producer of the documentary film Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten – Cambodia’s Lost Rock & Roll, which had its global premiere in Phnom Penh last month, Youk Chhang reminisces about an emotive time in the Kingdom’s history
The Philippines’ energy secretary has brought power back to many typhoon-affected areas, but his job is far from done.
After grabbing the top slot at Tropfest South East Asia with her short film “Rice”, Cambodian film maker Sothea Ines talks exclusively about her desire to tell stories
Malaysia is the best place in Asia to lay one’s hat, according to a recent survey of global retirement destinations
After coming second at the recent Tropfest South East Asia with his short film “Duetto”, Cambodian Polen Ly talks exclusively about his motivations and inspirations
Pattaya is trying hard to gain a less-sleazy reputation, and the number of Indians shelling out to get hitched there may be a sign things are changing
After coming third at the recent Tropfest South East Asia with his short film “The Last Flight” and bagging himself an all-expenses paid trip to Abu Dhabi, Ezequiel Paolinelli talks exclusively about his life, inspirations and being alone.