Institut français du Cambodge
Conference | Serge July and the evolution of the media
What does the change in the consumption of information by the public as well as the calling into question of the economic model of the media mean for journalism and journalists today? More than ever in competition with other ways of communicating and... Read more
Conference | Eliminating Malaria in Cambodia
Malaria is responsible for the death of half a million people every year, all around the world. Almost non-existent in Cambodia, the disease has, nonetheless, two particularities: the parasite resists to most treatments, and infected mosquitoes can mostly be found in the forests of the Kingdom. It is vital to... Read more
Exhibition | Em Riem 2019
Trained in contemporary design in France, teaching in two prestigious art schools in Phnom Penh, Em Riem is a proeminent figure of the current Khmer artistic creative renewal. His polymorphous work is often uncategorisable, evolving between visual arts, installations, sculptures or performances. It questions, by the use of local... Read more
Conference | Are we all cheaters?
Plagiarism is a pervasive phenomenon in any school, anywhere in the world. Is it more present in some cultures? This conference will offer a presentation on why students resort to fraudulent methods and will explain the consequences, both in their academic and professional career. Are we all cheaters? by... Read more
Concert | “Snaeha” with 12Mé
Discover Snaeha (“love” in Khmer), the new album by 12Mé, the French rapper / producer who moved to Phnom Penh to perform! Adding to the songs from his new album, he will also play during this concert the songs that made him famous in Cambodia, such as “Der leng krob... Read more
Conference | The Story of Pre-Historic Cambodia
Nestled at the top of a hill, the Laang Spean Cave – a cave of exceptional dimensions – was discovered in July 1965 by two French archaeologists who excavated the site every year with RUFA students until 1971. 40 years after the Khmer Rouge regime, the resumption of the excavations... Read more