A survivor of the brutal Khmer Rouge regime, Tep Vong worked tirelessly to reestablish the Cambodian Buddhist Sangha and to care for the people of his country
The Cambodian government is building an eco-friendly space for Dharma practice in the heart of the serene forests and mountains
Nachaya Campbell-Allen reviews a remarkable volume of Khmer verse and spirituality
New research shows a range of attitudes to one’s own and other religions in three Buddhist countries, two Muslim countries, and one multifaith country
Exploring the life, philosophy, and legacy of Cambodia’s most prominent peace advocate
The Buddhist Institute organizes the annual competition in order to promote Khmer literature
Traditional festival to make merit for the living and the dead
Nonprofit joins international effort to help Cambodia…
While the economy suffers, Buddhist also see blessings…
A blending of cultures and practices on the winding path..
Monastics adapt to life in the shadow of the coronavirus
Cambodian Genocide Remembrance Day Marked in Southern California with Lotus Flower as a Symbol of Hope
Commemorations included opportunities for therapeutic..