The 33 antiquities were linked to notorious trafficker Douglas Latchford.
And no, Cambodia doesn’t need the Metropolitan Museum’s help in preserving its cultural heritage.
The prized antiquities, dating from the Bronze Age to the 12th century, were trafficked by the notorious British dealer Douglas Latchford.
An investigation by the Cambodian government flagged 45 “highly significant” items in the museum’s collection as looted.
The decision follows discoveries in the leaked Pandora Papers regarding antiquities dealer Douglas Latchford.
The widespread looting of antiquities was common in Cambodia from the mid-1960s into the 1990s.
VICE removed the photographs from its site after receiving a complaint from the Cambodian government.
The Donut King follows the multiple rises and falls of entrepreneur Ted Ngoy.
Filmmaker Denis Do used interviews with his mother to craft the animated film Funan, an affecting portrait of a family swept up in the brutal Khmer Rouge regime.
SIEM REAP, Cambodia — The sun sets, the stage lights turn on, and the conversations pause.
SIEM REAP, Cambodia — Over four million people visited Cambodia in 2014, many of whom came to see Angkor Wat, the country’s most popular tourist destination.
I Am Chut Wutty, a documentary by British filmmaker Fran Lambrick detailing Wutty’s work and tragic death, was set to be shown publicly at Phnom Penh’s Meta House on April 20 — until the authorities had their say.