Cambodia art journey reflects the nation’s modern hope
by Mayumi Tsutakawa
A tour of more than 20 artists in Cambodia reflects the long and complex history of the country and the resilience of its people.
Apr 3, 2019
Lessons from the last days of the Cambodia Daily
by Julia-Grace Sanders
With the U.S. media landscape growing increasingly threatening for journalists, Cambodia’s crackdown on freedom of expression can serve as a warning.
Nov 20, 2017
Exhibit reflects Khmer experience beyond the Killing Fields
by Samantha Pak
Cambodian history from before the Killing Fields genocides until now offers a profound and comprehensive reflection of the Khmer experience.
Dec 29, 2015
SIFF pick resurrects Cambodia’s forgotten film industry
by Allison Barrett
Inside the gutted remains of a 1000-seat movie theater that now is home to hundreds of squatters, an old woman sits with a baby in her lap and retells the plot of a Cambodian movie she loved as a child. The movie she speaks of probably no longer exists, destroyed under the reign of the Khmer […]
May 30, 2012
UW Professor seeds social change in Cambodia
by Dori Cahn
Cambodia still suffers from the horrific Khmer Rouge rule of the late Seventies. The entire population was forced into the countryside, and the educated, professionals, and minorities were targeted for execution. Thousands more died from starvation and illness. Nearly two million people, a quarter of the country’s population, died in that time. When the Vietnamese […]
Mar 26, 2012