Understanding the lives of those who ruled over and lived under the Khmer Empire motivates the teams that comb Cambodia looking for clues about their politics, economics and rituals. But with relatively […]
Nithyananda Sangha posted a series of YouTube videos making the assertion shortly before hosting workshops in Siem Reap.
Published in the Phnom Penh Post on 25 May 2012.
The first report on the Lidar survey of Angkor which has confirmed the existence of an entire city on Phnom Kulen. Published in the Phnom Penh Post on 11 May 2012. For more […]
For foreigners, Cambodia is an incredibly relaxed country where restrictions are few and that is one of the greater parts of its charm. This is partly because such laws as there are […]
The one thing we know about the Angkor Empire is that we know an awful lot less than we don’t know. With little but the magnificent buildings they left behind to guide […]
Bakong temple is one of the oldest and most beautiful of the Khmer temples and it would be easy for visitors to the site to overlook the simple looking pagoda within its […]
At Angkor Wat, hundreds of archaeologists, architects, historians, anthropologists, sociologists and many, many more experts clamber over the crumbling ruins trying to reconstruct the past and restore its remains. There are thousands […]