The Khmer Magic Music Bus (KMMB) received funding to visit our school and perform for our Cambodian students. This musical troupe, headed by Ms. Thom Smeya, is a spin-off of Cambodian Living Arts and travels throughout Cambodia educating students about Cambodian music — both traditional and contemporary. We are grateful to Arn Chorn-Pond, founder of…
Thanks to an American Embassy grant, Cambodian Living Arts donated 30 copies of Never Fall Down in Khmer, to the Cambridge Cambodia School. The school has also obtained 10 copies of the book in English.
Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School junior, Sara Hauf, received word that her grant application to buy new books for our library was approved. Through this grant, Sara will donate both Khmer and English language books for our students. Thank you, Sara! Library books are greatly loved by our students.
Celebrate CAMBODIAN NEW YEAR by donating a bike for a 2016 graduate.
We will send a festive card to honor your friend or family with this gift to our students.
After graduating from college in 2014, Isabel Campbell-Gross, began working for Cambodian Living Arts in Phnom Penh. She was a senior at Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School when she joined the first Student Ambassador Team in 2010 that inaugurated our school and toured Cambodia. That experience impacted her choice of study in college and brought her…
Thanks to all who donated to our year-end holiday fundraising effort that enabled us to purchase two more computers that are connected to the new electrical grid.
After learning about different career paths, we asked our Cambodian students to illustrate their dream job. The students wrote their responses in English. Here’s what some of them said!
Imagine a room buzzing with the voices of students all reading aloud at the same time. Cozied up with friends, happy to share books, our students read out loud when they are deep in a book.
Inspired by her trip to our school in 2013 with The Boston Children’s Chorus, High School Senior, Ella Williams, raised sufficient funds to buy two new desktop computers for our school by recording and selling her first album.
Boston students donated school supplies and library books after their grants were successfully funded.