Cambodians gathered across Australia to commemorate the life of much-loved Cambodian social activist, Kem Ley on the third anniversary of his death at the weekend.
More than 100 people attended a vigil on Saturday, July 13 at Wat Khemarangsaram in Bonnyrigg. The event was jointly organised by the Cambodian Buddhist Society and the Khmer Community of NSW.
Kem Ley was a popular commentator on social and political issues and in Cambodia. He was shot dead on June 10, 2016 when he went out for a morning coffee.