Sathia ‘Uncle Ted’ Chet of the musical group The 2nd Language has passed away

Sathia ‘Uncle Ted’ Chet, one third of the rap trio The 2nd Language has passed away. They were the first Cambodian-American rap group to have their song “Corona Nights” play on Seattle’s national radio station KUBE 104.9. The song “Corona Nights” went on to become #1 and held that spot for more then a week. Our condolences Read more about Sathia ‘Uncle Ted’ Chet of the musical group The 2nd Language has passed away[…]

Cambodian Genocide Remembrance Day, 2017 – United Refugee of America

Cambodian Genocide Remembrance Day dinner at La Lune in Cambodia Town, Long Beach, California. Thank you to Senator Ricardo Lara, Congressman Alan Lowenthal, Assemblymember Patrick O’Donnell, Supervisor Janice Hanh, Mayor Robert Garcia and Councilman Dee Andrew for supporting and proclaiming April 17th as Cambodian Genocide Remembrance Day.  

LA County Board of Supervisors Proclaims April 17 as Cambodian Genocide Remembrance Day

During Tuesday’s meeting of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, Supervisor Janice Hahn asked the board to recognize the Cambodian genocide and, for the first time in the county’s history, proclaim April 17 as “Cambodian Genocide Remembrance Day.” Photo Credit: Martin Zamora The thirteen groups receiving scrolls are the Cambodia-California Sister State, Inc., Khmer Read more about LA County Board of Supervisors Proclaims April 17 as Cambodian Genocide Remembrance Day[…]

The Official Long Beach California Cambodian New Year Celebration 2017

Cambodian New Year Celebration 2017 Celebrating Year of the Rooster When: Saturday, April 22, 2017. 9am – 5pm Where: El Dorado Park, Area III. 7550 E. Spring Street, Long Beach, CA Programs: Khmer Traditional Ceremonies Traditional and Modern Performances Live band with famous Khmer singers performing throughout the day Traditional Cambodian New Year Games and Read more about The Official Long Beach California Cambodian New Year Celebration 2017[…]