Gonzalez Davidson said he has been working outside Cambodia now to continue the campaign to save the valley, but he would also like to one day return to Cambodia.
The study of Khmer Rouge history is a politically sensitive topic in Cambodia, because some government officials have roots in the regime.
Prime Minister Hun Sen and other senior officials strongly oppose the prosecution of additional cases.
An American documentary on Cambodia’s rock-and-roll scene from the 1950s and 1960s “Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten” screened this week in the suburbs of Washington.
“For now, it would be better if there is no such law,” governance expert Ok Serei Sopheak told “Hello VOA” Monday.
The May 4, 1970, shootings at Kent State University came after then President Richard Nixon ordered an invasion of Cambodia.
A delegation from Cambodian Living Arts, which fosters Khmer art and culture, is visiting the US, seeking more support for its work.
A staffer at the Cambodian Center for Independent Media, Khoun Sopheak had been in Nepal since August 2014, studying media and human rights issues there.
Young students from Southeast Asian countries travel to the United States and engage in discussion on environmental sustainability, education and leadership, as part of the Southeast Asia Youth Leadership Program.
Malaysian PM Najib Razak opens Monday's conference by urging nine other ASEAN leaders to peacefully manage territorial disputes with China without increasing tensions in the region
In Siem Reap, the number increased slightly, from 2.23 million in 2013 to 2.35 million in 2014.
Farmers say coffee are in demand, but they can't supply to meet the market's demand while the big coffee stores in Phnom Penh city still depend on supply from foriegn countries.