The Cambodian Student Society of California State University started in 1959 by a group of Cambodian exchange students.
The Freedom-to-Write program began 20 years ago, after the Chinese government crushed a student revolt at Tiananmen Square in Beijing.
Cambodian hip-hop star Prach Ly joined a three-day festival to celebrate the literature and culture of Cambodia.
The artifacts were handed over to the Cambodian government at its embassy in Canberra on Thursday.
The band is on a quick tour of Cambodia that ends with a free show Saturday night at Phnom Penh’s Diamond Island.
The “Voices of the Khmer Rouge” exhibit contains 30 lengthy interviews with former Khmer Rouge now living in pockets along the Thai bord
The bronze works are from prehistory—somewhere between 300 BC and 400 BC.
Already well received, the film will now compete against four other finalists for an Academy Award on Feb. 27.
Nuon Chea is now awaiting an atrocity crimes trial at the UN-backed Khmer Rouge tribunal.
Professor Sum Chhum Bun says the literature, arts and culture during the regime were used for Marxist-Leninist ideology.
The film, which is shortlisted for the Oscars and recently screened in many theaters in Washington.
At least 20 different Cambodians have shown their work at the gallery.