Nowaday, the growth in Cambodian web site has grown almost exponentially. There are thousands of Khmer related web sites and about a hundred of respectable community web sites. But we have yet to see real business investment into delivering Khmer contents on the Internet.
Talking about the hard work and pressures that Khmer Krom women have been facing. Their contribution to our society should not be under estimated. Yet, I have not seen many Khmer Krom women who made their presence in the public arena or join the men to discuss about the future of our unfortunate people back home.
Dear compatriots and friends,
A very important world community day is coming up -- one that most important Khmer Krom should aware of December 10 is "A Universal Declaration of Human Rights" -- a day to celebrate, honour and support for our precious Universal of Rights.
It was on December 10, 1948 that the Universal Declaration of Human Rights -- All articles meets our need --
WASHINGTON - The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, an independent government agency advising the Administration and Congress, will hold a hearing on Tuesday, November 27 in Washington, D.C., titled ?Promoting Religious Freedom During the Campaign Against Terrorism.? The hearing is scheduled from 9:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Rayburn House Office Building, Room 2226.
Khmer Krom's future is in the hands of our young people. One of the challenges in our society is to equip them with the tools to help them making choices, to help them succeed in education, to teach them Khmer Krom's history, to open door for them to get involve, and to train them to be our future leader.
Don't be fooled by the " Hanoi regime's support for the Human Right in Vietnam". The whole history of Vietnam is about invading to the South and the West of Mekong Delta. The act of invading is a crime against humanity which is committed by the Vietnam's government of all regime.
Can Tho (Prek Rusey), Kampuchea-Krom – 11/16/2001
According a reliable source in Kampuchea Krom has informed that there is a demonstration by a group of about 50 Khmer Krom from Ke Sack (Khsach), Long Phu (On Don Tuk), Soc Trang (Psar Kleang), My Tu (Tro Nup), and My Xuyen (Bai Chhau) in front of the Office of Minority Committee at 18 Nguyen Dinh Chieu, Can Tho, Vietnam.