A variety of Asian arts are being shown to the American public through an exhibition at Asian Arts Gallery of the Towson University.
The National Lakhaon Festival is running Feb. 18 through Feb. 28, and Ieng Sithul, a music professor at the University of Fine Arts.
In “Born Sweet,” a new documentary underscoring the dangers of arsenic.
Thet Sambath, who is also a reporter for the Phnom Penh Post, said he spent five years with Nuon Chea, Brother No. 2.
In another scene, a man asks a former Khmer Rouge soldier whether she’s heard of any massacres by the regime.
‘Enemies of the People’ is a new documentary film being shown for the first time in North America at the Sundance Film Festival 2010.
Angkor Wat is a powerful national icon for Cambodians.
“Enemies of the People,” a documentary that demonstrates the Khmer Rouge chain of command, will show at the Sundance Film Festival.
A group of Cambodian Americans came together recently to raise money for students in Cambodia.
Sar Sokvannara, who was born in Siem Reap and trained in folk dance at the Wat Bo school.
“Agangamasor” is the prequel to the Reamker, the story of the hero, Preah Ream, or Rama, who is the earthly incarnation of Preah Noreay.
“Finding Face,” a new documentary detailing the life of an acid attack victim, showed in the US on Sunday.