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Commentary: The story of Samneang Moul: From Cambodian refugee camp to the world stage

One evening in early October, an email appeared on my screen that caused a small gasp from me, and I turned to read it to my wife.

‘Funan’ movie review: A family seeks to reunite amid terror of the Khmer Rouge...

“Funan” is a stunning piece of animation in which the beauty of the visuals and the horror of the situation are inextricably intertwined.

Brother Rice robotics students design and build functioning prosthetic hands for Cambodian teen

Brother Rice High School in Mount Greenwood prides itself on promoting STEM and service in its classrooms.

Education, global awareness needed to prevent future genocides, survivors tell CLC audience

To prevent future genocides, generations present and future must educate themselves about past atrocities and remember that humanity is all one family.

CLC to host panel of genocide survivors from the Holocaust, Cambodia and Rwanda

Three survivors of genocide-an 89-year-old Holocaust survivor, plus two who endured atrocities in Cambodia and Rwanda-will share their stories at "While the World Watched: The Human Consequences of Nonintervention," a panel discussion from 5-8 p.m. Tuesday, April 9 at the College of Lake County.

Cambodia up close: River cruise on the Mekong makes for immersive experience

"Life is not staying still," Vuthy spoke softly to me, like a kind older brother. "It is moving from one place to the next."