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Mech Choulay

MECH Choulay (B. 1992, Kandal province of Cambodia) lives and works in Phnom Penh. She received a scholarship to study contemporary and documentary photography at the Sa Sa Art Project, and also received a degree in midwifery from Chenla University in 2015. She has worked as a freelance translator for a medical mission.

Filmmakers Yearn for Cambodia’s Industry to Reach Its Potential

Cambodian filmmakers say they believe in the industry’s potential — film can reflect the values of society, and expand the boundaries of culture both emotionally and intellectually. Low costs in the country could even attract foreign productions to shoot here.

បទ​យក​ការណ៍៖ អាពាហ៍ពិពាហ៍ ​​ជាកត្តា​ជម្រុញ​ឲ្យ​ក្មេងស្រី ជនជាតិដើមភាគតិច បោះបង់ចោលការសិក្សា

នៅលើដងផ្លូវក្រាល​គ្រួសក្រហម មានគ្រលុកតូច ធំ​ ដូច អន្ទង់អាំង ពិបាកក្នុងការធ្វើដំណើរ ដែលអម​ដោយ​ ចំការកៅស៊ូរនៅ​ខាង​ឆ្វេង​ដៃយ៉ាងខ្ពស់ ហើយ​មាន​គ្រាប់​កៅស៊ូ​ធ្លាក់ ពាសពេញផ្លូវ​។ ចំណែក​ឯខាងស្តាំដៃមាន​ស្ត្រីជនជាតិ​ដើម​ភាគតិច​៣​នាក់ កំពុងតែបោកសម្លៀកបំពាក់ និងក្មេងស្រីតូច ធំ ​​កំពុងលេងទឹកយ៉ាង​រីករាយ​ដែល​ហូរ​ចេញ​ពី​​បំពង់​ទឹកចំនួន​៤​ដែល​បង្ហូរ​ពី​អូរ​​នៅ​ជិតភ្នំនោះ។ នេះ​ជាទិដ្ឋភាព​​មួយ​ក្នុង​ភូមិលុងឃុង ឃុំ​ លុងឃុង ស្រុក​បរកែវ ខេត្ត​រតនគិរី។ ​​

At Photo Phnom Penh Festival, Leading Photojournalist Presents Oil Paintings

Mak Remissa, an award-winning photojournalist whose photographs evoking memories of the Khmer Rouge has brought him renown as an artist, decided to put down his camera and pick up a paintbrush for his latest exhibition.

ស្នងការ​ខេត្តកំពត​ថា​ សមត្ថកិច្ច​កំពុង​ស្រាវជ្រាវ​ចាប់​ជនល្មើស​ដែល​រំលោភ​បូក​លើ​ភ្ញៀវ​ទេសចរ​បារាំង​ម្នាក់​

ស្នងការ​នគរបាល​ខេត្តកំពត​ បាន​ឲ្យដឹង​ថា ​សមត្ថកិច្ច​កំពុង​ស្រាវជ្រាវ​រកមុខ​សញ្ញា​ជន​មួយ​ក្រុម​ដែល​បាន​រំលោភ​បូក​លើ​ស្រ្តី​ភ្ញៀវ​ទេសចរណ៍​ជនជាតិ​បារាំង​ម្នាក់​កាល​ចុង​សប្តាហ៍​មុន​។

Cambodian Youth Go Vegetarian Out of Climate Awareness

A new generation of environmentally conscious Cambodians are turning to vegetarianism out of concern for climate change, but say finding meat-free food in the country remains a challenge.

Students Under Pressure to Work Face Exhaustion, Poor Grades

University education in Cambodia is suffering because many students need to work full-time to support their living, students and university staff said.

Heat, Flooding, Disease: Phnom Penhers Share Their Climate Concerns

Ahead of a global summit that the U.N. is hoping will be the “defining moment” for action against climate change, residents around...

University Students Already Forgetting ‘Brother No 2’

Survivors of the Khmer Rouge regime know well the importance of “Brother No. 2” Nuon Chea. However, for many young Cambodians, Chea — who died last month — appears to be on the path to being forgotten.