Date: May 20, 2015
This presentation depicts event that took place in Cambodia from the daily life style of Cambodian Culture. Its purpose is help the next generation of Fresno Cambodian Americans and the general public understand Cambodia’s Culture. Cambodian Culture and civilization were lost during the period of war and political change; nevertheless, there is a renaissance of Khmer culture slowly blooming inside Cambodia and beyond.
Inspired by Tamejavi, this group sees an opportunity to re-establish Cambodian culture in American society and throughout Khmer American communities. It is their hope that the community will remember the events that shaped Cambodian history, and that the result will be a strengthening and unification of our communities. They want this event to inspire immigrants to value education, culture and the arts, and to work together toward building vibrant, diverse cultures in America.
Date: April 12, 2015
A Zapoteco Immigrant Story of One, a Reality of All ...
Date: March 26, 2015
During the Ashamed No More event, Mixtecos from Copanatoyac, Guerrero, ...
Date: March 18, 2015
The Tamejavi Culture and Arts Series (TCAS) consists of public, ...
Date: May 30, 2014
A diverse group of ten immigrants have been awarded places ...
Date: January 28, 2014
PVI announces a call for nominations for the Tamejavi Cultural ...
The meaning behind the word Tamejavi
TAj laj Tshav Puam... (Hmong)
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