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Urban Art: Cambodia
Art

Urban Art: Cambodia

Cambodia’s Urban Arts Festival has had its fair share of controversy in only two years, however that hasn’t stopped the festival’s founders and aspiring artists from inspiring the next generation of Khmer street artists. “The point [of street art] is to do something meaningful,” artist Daniel Rathmony Ou tells Saigoneer. “That is what Cambodian culture is about.” Seated … Continue reading

George Yeo: ASEAN
Interview / News

George Yeo: ASEAN

The Building Blocks of an ASEAN Infrastructure George Yeo, the chairman of Asia’s leading logistics provider, Kerry Logistics, is a member of the Foundation Board of the World Economic Forum, the Berggruen Institute on Governance, the Asia-Pacific Advisory Board of Harvard Business School and the International Advisory Board of IESE Business School. In a distinguished … Continue reading

Upcycling: Cambodia
News

Upcycling: Cambodia

Upcycling is a trend that is sweeping across Cambodia. “It’s about making something beautiful from something that’s not,” Vanessa Ferrer says, referring to the hammered ring, made of brass melted from bombshells that she holds in her hand. “It’s about making something beautiful from tragedy.” Ferrer is explaining how her label, La Boots, transforms by-products, … Continue reading

Cloud 9: Cambodia
Food

Cloud 9: Cambodia

Offering 360-degree views of the city, sumptuous cocktails and a menu to match, Cloud 9 has got evenings – and daytimes – covered.  Hotel restaurants can often feel somewhat sterile, but Sun & Moon’s rooftop bar and restaurant, Cloud9, feels both cheery and embracing. Although a sleek and modern looking hotel, with bold colours and … Continue reading