The 92-minute movie, co-directed by Caylee So and Sok Visal, will be screened at the 34th Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival on May 5.
Khmer Rouge eliminated 90 percent of Cambodia’s artists, but those who survived taught new generations that are advancing traditional arts.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Monday blessed the Cambodian people during a Khmer New Year ceremony, declaring his victory over the opposition party.
The local authority has set an April 25 ultimatum for the Chong people to dismantle their community headquarters in the district they are not officially recognized as an indigenous group.
Record producer, Ian Brennan, and his wife Marilena Delli, a photographer and documentary filmmaker, are on a quest for the unknown and unfamiliar.
Oscars confronted post-Harvey Weinstein era and sought to pivot to a vision of a more inclusive movie business
In Los Angeles, home to one of the largest Asian populations in the US, festivals are held over several weekends.
When you think about fine wine, what countries come to mind? France? Italy? What about China? Well, by 2020, China could become the world’s second-largest wine consumer, behind the United States. VOA Khmer's Hong Chenda narrates.
More than 15,000 Montagnards live in North Carolina.
Newly discovered structures include raised highways, urban centers with sidewalks, homes, terraces, agricultural fields, irrigation canals.
Photos of the ceremony have been widely shared on Facebook, drawing criticism that the gesture was “disrespectful and an insult” to the people who are still alive.
Some made us dance and filled our hearts with music, others made us dream with movies. VOA reports on some of the famous faces we lost in the U.S. and elsewhere in 2017. VOA Khmer's Sreng Leakhena narrates.