Do not miss the 4th Annual Southeast Asian Water Festival.
Come and check out the 4th Annual Southeast Asian Water Festival on the Merrimack River, near the University of Lowell Massachusetts. Participate in the festivities, hear the drums, and watch the participants race in the decorated Fiberglass Boats. Enjoy our Khmer Kampuchea Krom arts, music, dance and much more.
By Yun Samean:
THE CAMBODIA DAILY
Resentment toward the Vietnamese boiled to surface Wednesday as more than 2000 monks, nuns, legislators and local people gathered near the Royal Palace to mourn the loss of Kampuchea Krom, which comprises a large portion of the Mekong Delta, to Vietnam 53 years ago.
Cambodian Buddhist monks gather to protest in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh June 4, 2002 to demand Vietnam respect the rights of ethnic Cambodians living in the Mekong Delta region of southern Vietnam.
The protest gathering was timed to coincide with the 53rd anniversary of a French colonial agreement formally recognizing the Mekong Delta territory as part of Vietnam.
To all KKN supportive friends,
The New York Times reporter Paul Zielbauer describes his journey through Kampuchea Krom titled “The Mekong Delta, by Road and Boat” where he also talked to the monk in Kh'leng Pagoda and describe Soc Trang: “… has more than a dozen Khmer-built Buddhi
Making here more of a home
For ethnic Cambodians, Camden temple an anchor.
By Elisa Ung
Inquirer Staff Writer
(Article in French, Translate to English)
A l'occasion du 1er Anniversaire de la Radio Diffusion Kampuchea-Krom (VOKK) et du 53è Anniversaire de la douloureuse Perte du Kampuchea-Krom qui auront pour dates respectives le 1er et le 4 juin 2002, la FEDERATION DES KHMERS DU KAMPUCHEA-KROM EN EUROPE et l'AMICALE DES KHMERS DU KAMPUCHEA-KROM