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In the Bronx, a Struggle for Cambodian Wave for Refugees

More than 100,000 Cambodians were admitted as refugees to the United States in the 1990s. Approximately 10,000 of them were placed in the Bronx, one of the poor communities in the New York City. Professor Eric Tang of University of Texas, Austin, provided an interview with VOA Khmer about the Cambodian community that has been forgotten. He recently finished his first book, “Unsettled: Cambodian Refugees in NYC Hyperghetto.”