At Preah Vihear temple, a religious ceremony of rare intensity took place when 62 young girls danced a sacred ritual to pray for peace.
Picture Postcards of Cambodia – A masterpiece, conveying the adventure, diversity, exoticism and excitement of early 20th century SE Asia.
In Paris, the Royal Ballet of Cambodia performs an extraordinary Hindu legend of creation featuring Amrita, the nectar of immortality.
Book review of Chinese traveler Zhou Daguan’s critical 13th century account of the ancient Khmer capital of Angkor: “A Record of Cambodia.”
Historian Darryl Collins traces the National Museum of Cambodia from founding ideas of Albert Sarraut and George Groslier to the present.
Yogini, devata, goddesses…or goblins? Ancient Asian religions worshiped women in many forms. How do the sacred women of India’s famous Chaunsat Yogini Temple and the Women of Angkor Wat compare?
Cambodge-The Cultivation of a Nation. Siam Society review by John Tully considers this detailed book of Cambodian history under French rule.