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A former aide for U.S. Rep. Niki Tsongas, who moved to the United States from Cambodia, announced Wednesday she will run for state representative in the 17th Middlesex District, challenging longtime and indicted incumbent David Nangle.
Middlesex Community College recently welcomed W. Patrick Murphy, the United States ambassador to Cambodia, to the college’s Nesmith House during a visit to Lowell.
Hundreds of Americans were on the Westerdam cruise ship but with fears of the novel coronavirus, also called COVID-19, gripping the region, the boat was turned away from dock after dock.
The first time Thy Chea ever got to hold his 1-year-old son in his arms was at the baggage claim in Terminal A of Logan Airport.
Vibol Sok was 5 when he came to America, legally, as a refugee.
Rady, a fourth-grader, slams down a checker piece to win the game. He and his opponent, third-grader Eden, are all smiles.
Lee Hok sprints back-and-forth, elbow-to-elbow at the Collegiate Charter School Saturday morning. Sweat is dripping down the forehead of the 20-year-old Cambodian basketball player from Chelmsford.
It’s the right of every American citizen – and noncitizen — to peacefully protest against any government policy, especially those they believe unjustly target certain ethnic groups.
Nov. 9 marks the 66th anniversary of Cambodia’s independence from France. The date also marks what will be an attempt to bring democracy back to the country currently enveloped in corruption, said Sam Rainsy, president of the Cambodia National Rescue Party.
When the first wave of Cambodian refugees settled in Lowell during the early 1980s, they used a small apartment located in the Acre neighborhood as a makeshift Buddhist temple.
Lowell High School recently awarded two graduating seniors with the Tsongas Scholarship, named for the late Paul Tsongas, who served as a Lowell city councilor and a U.S. senator.
At CMAA in Lowell, legal experts help immigrants take that big step.
For years, members of the Cambodian community have gathered in the park near the intersection of Middlesex and Branch streets for community festivals and games of volleyball or bocce.
Greater Lowell Cambodian-Americans find healing with conviction of regime's leaders.
Nareth Muong guesses he's filed hundreds of stories since he began working for Radio Free Asia two years ago.
Roselynn Soung and seven other barefoot dancers took center stage Wednesday evening at Lowell High School's Cyrus W. Irish Auditorium.
The teacher asks then-9-year-old Pechthida Kim, "What's 4 times 3?" The Greenhalge Elementary School student, hearing the word "times," looks up at the clock.
Many city residents have relatives and friends in Cambodia -- where people are being silenced, jailed and beaten.