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The Khmerican

04/06/2012 by Chris in Tech, What's New with 3 Comments

Recently launched, The Khmerican provides a comprehensive web-based news site focusing on the Cambodian-American life. Following three decades of Cambodians immigrating into the United States, The Khmerican looks to become a strong resource and a voice for the community by providing exclusively produced stories and content.

With over 75+ interviews conducted resulting in 25 published articles, 10 photo essays and 4 podcasts, The Khmerican has looked to IndieGoGo, an online crowd funding site to help raise funds for an official registration as a media company in the state of California. The postal address will be located in Long Beach, California, home to America’s first and only “Cambodia Town.” The Khmerican is looking to raise $10,000 by April 30, 2012. All proceeds from the campaign will go towards incorporation fees and hiring more contributors and creating more content. Link

To help contribute to The Khmerican, please visit IndieGoGo >

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