India and Cambodia shared visions of their past and future in this historic Angkor visit of Indian President Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil.
Roland Meyer arrived in French Indochina in 1907 to write his historical epic, Saramani Khmer Dancer, about a Cambodian romance.
Historian Darryl Collins traces the National Museum of Cambodia from founding ideas of Albert Sarraut and George Groslier to the present.
Graceful sacred dancers of Banteay Srey train at the NKFC school to perform purifying ritual dances to honor Khmer ancestors and traditions.
Ministry Director Hab Touch Promotes Cambodian Culture and will now serve as Director-General in charge of the Department General of Cultural Affairs.
“To Cambodia With Love-A Travel Guide for the Connoisseur” features Cambodia tips and insights from savvy expatriates, seasoned travelers and inspired locals.
A wartime twist of fate made Paul Cravath one of the only Westerners in history to gain full access to the formerly sequestered troupe of the Royal Cambodian Ballet.
One politically sensitive Google map mistake at Preah Vihear temple is in the news in Cambodia, Thailand, China, Australia and the USA.
One rural school run by the NKFC Foundation near Siem Reap in the UNESCO Angkor Heritage Site has discovered psychological healing from Cambodian dance arts.
“The Armies of Angkor: Military Structure and Weaponry of the Khmers” by Michel Jacq-Hergoualc’h. Armies of Angkor-Siam Society Review by Milton Osborne.