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In New York on December 7, 2010, Sichan Siv explains Cambodians' disappointment with the first Khmer Rouge conviction. (1 min., 43 sec.)
Khmer Rouge Tribunals: A First Step
Experts see a first verdict in Khmer Rouge trials as long-overdue but essential. more
Excerpt: Benny Widyono discusses the trial of Khmer Rouge leaders. (2 min., 28 sec.)
A Cambodian Tragedy: Lessons for Today?
Former UN Ambassador gives an assessment of the current political situation in Cambodia. more
Journey Into Buddhism
These three visually stunning documentaries are cinematic pilgrimages to legendary places in Southeast Asia and Tibet. more
Phnom Penh Supermarket (angkorianboy/Flickr)
The Cambodian Diaspora
The difficulties faced by Cambodian refugees in the United States and how communities were established over time. more
Traditional Cambodian "Golden Mermaid" Dance (Photo by Shifted Librarian/flickr)
Dance in Cambodia
Examining the importance of dance in Cambodian society over time. more
Classical Khmer dancers at Angkor Wat, Cambodia.
Dance and Drama on Cambodian Temples
A look at dance and performance in Cambodia over time. more
Face-to-Face: AIDS in Cambodia
A closer look at Cambodia, uniquely affected by AIDS in the wake of the Khmer Rouge atrocities. Watch the video now. more
The Williamsburg Conference 2005
March 21 - 24, 2005, Siem Reap, Cambodia more
Novelist Amitav Ghosh in 2008. (fredericknoronha/Flickr)
Amitav Ghosh: The Glass Palace
The versatile novelist discusses his new book, history and the individual, and the novel as a form. more
Proueng Chhieng and the Spirit of Cambodia
The dancer and artistic director of Dance, Spirit of Cambodia talks about his work and Cambodia's performing arts. more