As US government attorneys continue to seek the return of a Khmer statue to Cambodia from the noted auction house Sotheby’s, court documents say a second statue, which is held at the Norton Simon Museum, in Pasadena, Calif., was stolen in the 1970s. Chheang Sophinarath reports from Pasadena.
"A River Changes Course," a documentary about the lives of three Cambodians suffering under the rapid development of their country, is now screening at the Sundance Film Festival, in Park City, Utah. VOA's Men Kimseng talked to filmmaker Kalyanee Mam via Skype from the festival.
A renowned Cambodian artist has put on display four pieces of his latest work to honor and remember the late former king, Norodom Sihanouk, ahead of the monarch’s cremation ceremony next month. The Sihanouk works are mixed media hangings on pieces of cloth, hung on the walls of a gallery for artist Leang Seckon. They combine incense sticks and scraps of paper taken from gatherings of mourners outside the Royal Palace. VOA Khmer's Say Mony reports from Phnom Penh)
With US presidential elections 10 weeks away, supporters for both the Democratic and Republican candidates appeared at Cambodian Community Day, in Alexandria, Va., recently, to find more voters. As VOA Khmer's Ly Moryvann reports, both sides campaigned hard, despite continuous rain throughout the day.