The ideas, customs, and social behaviour of Cambodia
Through 10 years of hard work, Neang Kavich has portrayed the unspoken story of everyday life through his art and has found his place as a filmmaker.
The passion of learning new things led Belle to fall into the world of contemporary dance and become a founder of the SilverBelle dance troupe. Her love for art and culture led her to choose Khmer classical dance as the foundation of her work, contributing to a new creation that promotes Khmer cultural arts and has a positive impact on younger generations.
Food is not only a symbol of life, but also a symbiotic relationship between consumers and producers where both actors should equally benefit and adhere to human rights standards rather than commodity’s price tag.
Built on the foundation of Khmer classical dance he gained in high school and incorporating elements of contemporary dance he picked up along the way, Rady’s career in performance art continues to flourish. But it is this modern form of movement that he believes can make the arts more relatable and useful for educating the public about important social issues.
Now we see a lot of contemporary artists who are the leaders of the current Khmer cultural renaissance movement reviving the once groundbreaking art scene we had in the 1960s by revitalizing and recovering our rich and ancient culture and ushering Cambodia into a new, exciting era.
Palm sugar has a strong bond with Cambodia and is the livelihood of farmers in Kampong Speu while showing its economic potential in the international market. Despite this significance, the issues of labor shortages and land development could lead to its disappearance.
Blue crab, with its delicious meat, can be caught year round in Kampot and sustains the economy of the fishing communities in the coastal province thanks to its high demand across the country. However, even though fishing and crab sustain them, the communities are not free from the difficulties and environmental issues caused by development.
Prahok is a dish that represents the identity of our Cambodian people because of its unique taste and smell. It is accompanied by a long presence in this land of Sovannaphum and the Cambodian people continue to practice the tradition of making prahok to this day.
Samlor Prong plays a major role in Bunong’s culture by reflecting people’s lives and represents a strong connection with mother nature in northeast Cambodia
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