Making a World Stage Impression

Cambodians on the World Stage

Last week we were blessed with the opportunity to showcase the rich culture and heritage of the Khmer people at the Festival of Nations. From our traditional arts to traditional dances to traditional clothings, thousands of people experienced a taste of Khmer. There were many who helped us bring to life one of our most successful events yet.Thank you to Wattanak Dance Troupes and M3C- Minnesota Cambodian Communities Council, Csam Minnesota for keeping the traditional dance arts alive and creating such beautiful routines to display to the world. @Lydia Morgan Net Phat @Chanlyna Lor-Elder @Travis elder @Sodany KierThank you to our multi-talented artists who traveled all the way here from Cambodia to sing, dance, and create the beautiful sculptures and paintings seen throughout our booth exhibits and performances. Sophea Chamroeun Chivoan Vy @Vichet Prom @Souvitou Noun @Bora KeoThank you to @Jeramie Neth for capturing all the special moments.Finally, thank you to the countless volunteers who helped to organize and gave their time to show the world that the Khmer people are more than just victims of genocide.We look forward to partnering with all of you again in the future.For future events, please like and follow our page and our sister page IKARE

Posted by National Khmer Legacy Museum - Cambodian Museum & Performing Arts Center on Wednesday, May 10, 2017

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