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Cambodian Hip Hop


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Ampor Tevy

Ampor Tevy was a famous Cambodian actress throughout the 1990s. Within the span of her career she has starred in numerous films, from movies to musical skits. Her career started in 1988 with her paired actor Sam Vityea. After Sam Vityea died that year, Ampor Tevy was often paired with fellow actor, also famous at that time.


Ampor Tevy was born in 1970. She is the eldest child in the family among other 5 siblings. She finished 12 Grade at Bak Touk College of Fine Arts in 1989. She then got married with Pich Pirun who was also an actor from her generation in 1992. Ampor Tevy has a son named Pirun Indreaboth who is now 9 years old and a daughter named Pirun Leakesey Tevy.

Golf in Cambodia


Nowadays, many middle and upper class Cambodians start their careers with golfing entertainment on the side. There are 4 golf courses and 6 driving ranges in the Kingdom of Cambodia. Two golf courses are in the vicinity of Phnom Penh City; one located about 25 km. north-west of the city, the other about 45 km. to the west. And the other two golf courses and two driving ranges are in Siem Reap.

A 38 year old Cambodian man who has been golfing for 8 years estimated that there are about 300 Cambodians playing golf as well as many expatriates who enjoy playing golf in Cambodia because golf is less costly here.

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Cambodia opens world class tourism resort Bokor Mountain

The South East Asia Weekly Entertainment - Thu, 2012-05-03 06:58
Bokor Mountain: over 1,000 m from sea level, the Bokor Mountain resort “heaven Bokor Mountain resort” was officially opened for publics while the government hopes it will become the latest... catched

Cambodian Space Project makes local landing

Google News - Mon, 2012-04-09 05:26
The Cambodian Space Project heralded its return to Phnom Penh with two concerts over the weekend, following on from a hectic three-month Australian tour. Performing for a largely Western audience at Mao's on Friday and a benefit concert for French ... catched

Seven Questions

Phnom Penh Post - Fri, 2012-04-06 08:16
The number of German expats who find a new home in Cambodia is steadily rising. No wonder that German TV channel ZDF spent two weeks in the kingdom to report about these people and their new lives in Siem Reap, Phnom Penh, Kampot and Sihanoukville. 7Days caught up with filmmaker Ole Apitius who  was travelling with his cameraman Ralph Zeilinger and assistant Nicolai Kubicek. catched


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