A Cambodian GAA Club, welcoming both expats and Khmers of all sexes, shapes, sizes and standards. Regular trainings take… Posted by Cairde Khmer GAA Club – Cambodia on Tuesday, July 9, 2019 From the Club’s FB page: Training is back, 7pm Wednesday @BKK primary school, location is on our page or just pm for more details, […]
Cambodia Town Film Festival (CTFF) is a five-day film forum that will introduce new studio and independent features, documentaries, foreign features, short films, animated shorts and re-released classics. Stream the CTFF 2020 films for free and donate if you can. CTFF 2020 PREMIERES Watch Now Young Love (Narrative Feature) International Premiere Director: Lomorpich Rithy Writers: Lomorpich Rithy […]
This is a very good watch especially for anyone living in Cambodia. Note the dates he mentions in reference to when his girlfriend and he himself got sick.
Today Cambodia celebrates the 41th anniversary of its “Victory Day” over the Khmer Rouge regime, which was overthrown in 1979 by the Vietnamese army, accompanied by a number of Khmer Rouge defectors. January 7, 1979 was a historic day that marked the end of a regime that killed an estimated 1.7 million Cambodians. The question […]
Regarding the excessive 1922 Expo extravaganza …until the Franco-Siamese Treaty of 1907, the region of Angkor was not part of the French protectorate; therefore, opportunities for the expansion of archaeological, art historical, and photographic resources required for an exact translation of the Angkorian temples into the French hemisphere were limited. This situation completely changed once […]
This is a Cambodian poster I haven’t come across before and I have a big collection. This sample may be washed out with age or the artist had discovered some of the locals secrets. The area around the waterfall is much greener as I remember it like the photograph below. The birthplace of the ancient […]
Cambodia Vintage B&W Film Footage ~ Phnom Penh in 1965 Phnom Penh is pretty much still the same today, in terms of what people are doing in everyday life. But with a much larger population. Somehow it seems like people were more sophisticated then. At that time Phnom Penh was known as “The Pearl of […]
Cambodian Independence Day is celebrated every year with festivals, parades and firework displays all over the country. The date celebrates Cambodia’s Declaration of Independence from France (a protectorate not a colony) on the 9th of November, 1953. The main celebrations are held in Phnom Penh. Beginning with a formal ceremony at the Independence Monument, followed by a […]