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Watching this movie clip remind me of a project released by the news on “shooting a movie by Hollywood team about the Great Khmer Empire Leader of King Jayavarman VII”.
Among other documentaries on Ancient Khmer and the Great Civilization of Angkor Wat, this movie/documentary is closest to the reality happened during the Angkorian Era especially the reign of King Jayavarman VII. The exposing on the records of base-relief, inscription, stone arts and description of a Mongolian ambassador officially visited the Kingdom including the feature of actual images during that period, make this movie clip extra-ordinary…All Khmers must watch this one.
Op-Ed: Khmer Youth
First of all, I would like to thank the Abbot and Bhikkhu monks of the temple, the executive committees of the Cambodian Canadian Association, the executive committees of the Khmer Canadian Buddhist Cultural Society, the executive committees of the Khmer Canadian Senior Association and the executive committees of the advisory board including all scholarship recipients, students, parents and participants today.
The annual meeting was overviewed and summarized by the President in his remark on how wonderful tasks have been accomplished within this 2012 and it is the concrete pavement for 2013 as well. There are 10 activities that KCYAA has undertaken. Among those, two activities were incorporated with other associations while the rests are proudly organized by the excellent team leaders.
For the overall presentation of the 2012 activities and accomplishment, please click on this link
More than this, Vichet who is the Secretary gave detailed speech to the audiences for the Action Plan 2013 that has been endorsed by the executive members. Future plan is the framework of the Khmer Youths Association. Without outlining future plan and achievable framework, we don’t think we have done a proper thing. Planning is very important to looking forward for change and minimize risk for that change.
Dear Dina et al;