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IKARE®

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Run by people who KARE!

What We Do

Protect

Survivors of injustices

Preserve

3,000 years of world heritage

Promote

The best of the "forgotten"

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A sincere THANK YOU!

Thank you to all our friends and supporters who came out to show your love for the 3rd anniversary of the National Khmer Legacy Museum. There’s more great things to come. Share This:

Saturday, June 30: Come celebrate our museum’s 3rd Anniversary with Jane Saijai; Queen of Kantreoum

On the behalf of all our volunteers and helpers from around the world, the IKARE wishes to invite you and your family to be a part of the 3rd year anniversary celebration of the museum. From a humble beginning to priding ourselves as an independent institution powered by the sheer love and care of its […]

The Vincent Soun Heavenly Art Collection

My name is Vincent Soun, I was born in Banteay Ampil, Odar Meanchhey Province and moved to Siem Riep, Cambodia in 2003.  My interest in art began in 2000; however after graduating in 2006 and continuing in a study area of little passion, I abandoned the trade for nine years, from 2007-2015.  My interest in […]

Submit stories, videos, documents, and other information to IKARE!

IKARE is piloting a new initiative for guests to upload personal story, video, audio, and other documents for preservation at the National Khmer Legacy Museum. Check it out!  Give us your feedback. Share This:

Do you know the Chamroeun Siblings?

The trio comes to the United States each with a unique set of talents. They are different, and yet, each brings a worldclass performance no matter where they go. Last weekend they showcased the peacock dance to the Des Moine, Iowa audience during the CelebrASIAN opening event and on the same day traveled to perform […]

Rain or shine, the karing must go on…

IKARE volunteers helped to build school walls with disposed tires. The Kirirom Coconut school is located in the most remote area in Kompong Speu Province, Cambodia — Where basic necessities are not readily available. Mr. Vanday Ouk is the founder of the Coconut School and he had never been so excited to see singing artists […]

Remembering a past genocide to build a better future

As we remember the men and women who died for the freedom we enjoy, for the Khmer people all over the world, remembering the past is strengthening the future — To prevent the past from repeating. Yale University offers the largest online database of the Khmer genocide and is available at the link below. https://gsp.yale.edu/cambodian-genocide-databases-cgdb […]

Buth Seyha Fighting Back With More Music

He’s back!!!! And he’s better than ever. Share This:

Bringing archery and Kantreom to the 2018 Festival of Nations

Going Beyond Archery and Kantreom at the 2018 Festival of Nations Her fans know her as the Queen of Kantreom.  But most people don’t know that she has a Masters Degree in Community Development. His friends and fans know him as a nature’s guy who loves sporting activities. But most people don’t know that he […]

Chicken Dancing Comes to Long Beach

The Official After Party For the Khmer New Year Celebration in Long Beach, California. Share This:

From Street Scavenging to Cultural Preservation: Phounam Pin Never Stops Dreaming.

From street children to cultural preservation, Phounam Pin is on the road to greatness. We could not have been more proud of a more ecstatic and fantastic young Khmer. See her interview at the 25 minute time slot below: Share This:

How East Speaks West

CLICK HERE FOR Phnom Penh Post STORY. From big buildings to amazing feelings, Teang Borin ( aka DIN ) translates 3000 years of rich history through contemporary paintbrushes.  Come meet him in person at the 2018 Festival of Nations at the St. Paul RiverCenter, May 3-6.         Pink Apsara. Share This:

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