On 17 April 1975, young French photographer Roland Neveu found himself on the streets of Phnom Penh as the Khmer Rouge made their final push on the capital
A week ago, my dad died.
Simon Ostheimer
How a day trip upriver to visit a village of silk weavers turned into a rumination on the realities of the past, and an unexpected face-to-face confron…
Simon Ostheimer
Famed as the 'Cambodian Riviera' during the heady days of the 1950s, the sleepy seaside town of Kep has yet to regain the charms that saw it labelled K…
Simon Ostheimer
The story of how a French family turned their back on providing rides around Angkor, and instead allowed them to roam Siem Reap's largest elephant sanc…
Simon Ostheimer
The story of how Kimhong San came to set up Antique Cambodia in Siem Reap, and why his collection of old radios, vinyl and boomboxes is much more than …
Simon Ostheimer
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