Cambodian New Year Event 2012

Come Celebrate with us! Admission is free! Live Entertainments! Continue reading→

The Catch, a new film by Rithy Panh, Screens in Berkeley for SFIAAFF

  “The Catch” by Rihty Panh, will screen at 7:00 p.m. at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA) as part of the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival.  From PFA’s website: Rithy Panh (Cambodia/France, 2011). The award-winning director of the classic documentary S21: Khmer Rouge Killing Machine makes a rare return to fiction filmmaking with this devastating adaptation […] Continue reading→

Devata Giving Circle Honors CCDI Development Director Talaya Sin

Talaya Sin honored for her dedication and leadership Continue reading→

Cambodian Exhibit Opening Celebration Oct.2011

Musical celebration marks the opening of a special exhibit about Cambodian art and culture with a special feature on YCCL and ROR. Continue reading→

Master Musician Nhep Prok Recieved Award

The Khmer rouge nearly wiped out 21% of the population, targeting musicians and artists like Nhep Prok.  Traditional Cambodian music is tied to many aspect of Cambodian/Americans cultural identity.  Most, if not all ceremonies cannot be performed without Cambodian music. Lack of access to language and culture classes, in addition to increased assimilation and acculturation […] Continue reading→

Oakland Cambodian Attracted 500

This Cambodian New Year Celebration attracted more than 500 community members of all ages and backgrounds on April 2, 2011 in Oakland. Continue reading→

Devata Giving Circle’s International Women’s Day Event!

Survive. Thrive. Celebrate. Devata Giving Circle’s International Women’s Day Event! Join Devata Giving Circle to honor women from the  Cambodian American community. Thursday, March 1, 20126pm – 9pm555 City Center,Paramount Room, Suite 10512th Street Oakland, CA 94607(right off 12 Street BART Station)Space is limited so please RSVP by Feb 27th using the RSVP form below! RSVP […] Continue reading→

Exhibit: Rhythm of the Refugee: A Cambodian Journey of Healing

This exhibit on Cambodians in Oakland, features multigenerational Cambodian refugees and their search for healing from the trauma of the Cambodian genocide through the recovery of music traditions that were nearly annihilated. Exhibit produced collaboratively and co-curated by the Cambodian Community Development, Inc., Friends of Peralta Hacienda Historical Park, Cambodian Womens’ Group (of CHAA) and Prevention Research Center. Continue reading→