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Cambodian Refugees Who Escaped the Killing Fields Now Face Deportation from ICE

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Advocates representing Cambodian Americans and supporters from across the United States are protesting the recent arrest of two refugees who fled Cambodia decades ago.

Saman Pho, a 43-year-old construction worker and father of four from Oakland and Sakun Phok, a grandfather in San Jose, were reportedly ordered to report to U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement on Sansome Street on Thursday morning. 

Cambodian Woman Cuts Off Thai Husband’s Penis, Hides It From Paramedics

A jealous Cambodian woman was arrested after she cut off her husband’s penis with a kitchen knife on Monday when she suspected that he was cheating on her.

The wife, identified as 24-year-old Karuna, seduced her 40-year-old husband Siripan Sanusun and aroused him by using her hand before cutting his penis clean, according to Workpoint and translated by Coconuts Bangkok.

Man Who Survived ‌‌Ki‌llin‌g Fields in Cambodia Gets ‌R‌‌ob‌bed and S‌h‌ot‌ in Philadelphia

A man who survived the Cambodian ki‌l‌li‌ng fields as a child ended up in cr‌iti‌cal condition after getting s‌h‌ot by a g‌unm‌an who tried to r‌o‌b his store in Philadelphia last month.

Mike Poeng, 50, was shot around 1:30 p.m. on May 5 while washing his car outside KCJ, his beer deli in West Philly.

Cambodian Men Are Reviving an Ancient Dance Originally For Women — With A Twist

A living room in Phnom Penh witnessed the rebirth of Khmer classical dance, and it all started with a group of young men putting a contemporary twist into the art.

Prumsodun Ok, a Cambodian-American choreographer, is behind this attempt to resurrect the Royal Ballet of Cambodia, an ancient dance with roots dating back from the Angkor period, as noted by Japanese scholar Hideo Sasagawa.