Since 2002, the monks from Samorang Pagoda in Cambodia have protected a 71-square-mile tract of forest from illegal logging and hunting.
The two most senior surviving leaders of the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia were found guilty of genocide in court Friday.
Scott Neeson found his heart—and life’s true riches—in a Phnom Penh garbage dump. Lindsay Kyte profiles the founder of the Cambodian Children’s Fund.
Monks in Cambodia stood against the Cambodian government and foreign corporations plans to build a hydroelectric dam on the Areng River.
Cambodian officials say that a group of children inadvertently unearthed six ancient Buddha statues while bathing in a pond in Khleng Por.
Hillary Clinton was in Laos this week on an official visit, the first time a U.S. secretary of state has visited the country since 1955.
To be honest with you, dear readers, there’s not a lot of particularly good news this week.
Pico Iyer ponders the conundrums of travel-cell phones and ancient spirits, killing fields and champagne breakfasts, beauties past and tragedies present.