Cambodian American Filmmaker to Screen New Documentary at MCC

Middlesex Community College will host Cambodian American filmmaker Kalyanee Mam for a screening of her documentary, “Lost World,” on Saturday, November 2, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Richard & Nancy

Vesna Nuon topped the ticket in Lowell City Council preliminary election

Lowell, MA — Vesna Nuon topped the ticket in Lowell City Council prelmimarny election on Tuesday, September 24. “I’d like to thank you our brothers and sisters for coming out to vote


Lowell, MA — Lowell’s Kinetic Sculpture Race — is an all day day-long free event and one of the “must see” events in Lowell. It is the 4th Annual that attracts thousands

Lowell Pollard Memorial Library Offers Discount Passes to Museums and Parks

Lowell Pollard Memorial Library offers discount passes to museums and parks in Lowell and Boston area. From the, KhmerPost USA learned the discounts can be as much as $15 off from

DIY Lowell asks Lowell to Vote on 60 Ideas Submitted by the Community:Vote ends September 9, Winners Launched at Community Idea Summit on September 26

Lowell, MA– Do-it-Yourself Lowell (DIY Lowell) is collecting votes for their fourth annual Community Idea Summit through an on-line portal at The group has previously helped community members create popular projects

33rd Annual Lowell Folk Festival is Set for Friday July 26-28, 2019

Lowell Folk Festival will hold its 33rd Annual celebration on July 26-28, a 3 days of festivities of music, dance, food, crafts, and artisans. Lowell downtown will be closing off several streets

SEE YOU YESTERDAY – US Premiere in Boston

By KhmerPost USA Staff Boston, MA – ArtsEmerson is welcoming See You Yesterday, a moving performance by Global Arts Corps which explores the painful history of the Khmer Rouge genocide in Cambodia.

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