Category Archives: English

Learn How To Weave During Lowell Kids Week

Lowell Kids Week is an annual festival of free family fun that takes place during February 18 -24 school vacation week. The week features dozens of free activities for children and families

Robert Garcia Became Long Beach’s First Sitting Mayor To Visit Cambodia

Long Beach, CA – Mayor Robert Garcia and representatives of Long Beach Port Authority recently went on a 10-days business and investment trip to Asia. They visited Singapore, Cambodia, and Vietnam. In

40th Year Anniversary: Remembering The Fall Of Khmer Rouge Regime January 7, 1979

Stepping into 2019, I like to remind our readers of some important benchmark in Cambodian history. It is a year for all the Cambodian people around the world to pause and observe

A Review of Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley, A Play at the Merrimack Repertory Theatre

This holiday season, I would like to applaud the Merrimack Repertory Theater its current play, Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley which is an adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Set in

 HEALTH CENTER WINS ASIAN HERITAGE AWARD

 The Lowell Community Health Center will be honored at a gala commemorating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in Lowell on May 18. Center CEO Susan Levine will accept the award at the special event

Knyum Wins Applause at MRT

“I been given such a warm welcome in Lowell!” said Vichet Chum, the writer and actor of “Knyum,” the world premiere play currently performed at the Merrimack Repertory Theatre. “I was aware

“First They Killed My Father” – A Film about the Cambodian Genocide is to Preview on Dec. 9 at Lowell High

By KhmerPost USA “First They Killed My Father” (FTKMF) the Original Netflix movie based on the renown memoirs of Loung Ung, co-directed and produced by actress Angelina Jolie and Rithy Panh to

HOME HEALTH COMPANYAGREES TO PAY MORE THAN $1 MILLION FOR NOT PROVIDING OVERTIME WAGES TO AIDES More Than 600 Home Health Workers Will Receive Their Unpaid Wages

-by KhmerPost USA and Translation by Sokharatha Koy BOSTON – A home health care company has agreed to pay more than $1 million in restitution and penalties after failing to pay overtime

ARTSEMERSON WELCOMES BANGSOKOL: A REQUIEM FOR CAMBODIA TWO PERFORMANCES ONLY | DECEMBER 19 and 20, 2017 EMERSON PARAMOUNT CENTER’S ROBERT J. ORCHARD STAGE

Boston, MA—ArtsEmerson, Boston’s leading presenter of contemporary world theatre, proudly welcomes Bangsokol: A Requiem for Cambodia—for two performances only — a collaboration by Rithy Panh and Him Sophy, survivors of the Khmer

Advance Manufacturing Training Opportunity is Open for Free Enrollment at the Lowell Career Center

Class Starts on October 30 By Soben Pin The career in modern manufacturing is much more different than it used to be in the past. “It is not the tedious work and