Hong Inh, who survived starvation, suffering and war in her native land, came to US some five years ago to join daughter and other relatives.
Heart counts as team heads to Southeast Asian Games, but organizers hope tall, foreign-born Cambodians — rules say it’s OK! — will provide winning altitude.
Prumsodun Ok, born in US to Cambodian refugee parents, performs centuries-old ‘apsara’ dances featuring angelic figures who entertained kings of the Khmer Empire - but reinterpreting the traditional roles for an all-male gay troupe.
More than 49 percent of the people of Lowell came from other countries or are members of racial minorities.
The official results of the election will be announced by the National Election Committee towards the end of the month.
Long Beach City Hall has allocated a plot of land for the construction of a memorial to the “killing fields”.
Long search seemed to have a happy ending when a donor stepped forward; complications set in, but hope is still alive.
The Documentation Center of Cambodia has been the most prominent Cambodian institution to research and record the history and suffering under the Khmer Rouge regime from 1975 to 1979.
Khemarey Khoeun, who won a hotly contested April vote, is to be sworn in as a park district commissioner in Skokie, Illinois, on May 16