The award-winning Khmer Rouge documentary “Enemies of the People” is expected to be shown in Cambodia in July.
The stupa, which includes a Buddha relic on the third tier, took three years to build with money from Cambodian across the US.
Now 66 years old, actress Dy Saveth still retains much of the charm that made her one of the greats of Cambodia’s Golden Age of cinema.
“Red Light” shows how parents sell daughters and how politicians use secret brothels to procure sex.
The art exhibition shows works from children created during the lifetime of the organization at Romdeng restaurant.
The film also won prizes at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year.
The Nobel-Baza Fine Art Gallery in San Diego is hosting this month two Cambodian artists.
The US returned seven Angkorian artifacts to Cambodia Thursday in a ceremony in the seaport of Preah Sihanouk province.
Both countries signed an agreement in 2003 banning the illegal import of Cambodian artifacts to the US.
The bronze works have been on display since the middle of May and will remain here until January 2011.
Amrita performers will first bring Khmeropedies to the Festival of Arts and Ideas in New Haven Connecticut from June 16 to June 19.
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