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A Glimpse into the lost kingdom of Champa: Po Nagar / Cham Temples of Nha Trang, Vietnam

 History records the existence of Champa, a once-glorious kingdom that appeared during the late second century CE and went on to attain a high level of civilization. At the height of its cultural flowering, its territory stretched over the coastal plains and highlands of present-day central Vietnam. This poly-ethnic state composed of the Cham ...
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Rarely represented in media, Seattle Cham Muslim youth filmed their own documentary, ‘Ramadan’

A still from Ramadan​Young people from the Southeast Asian Muslim Cham community rarely see themselves represented in the media. But now, three Cham youth in south Seattle have brought their stories on screen in a documentary titled Ramadan. The film, which has won awards from the Southeast Asia by Seattle (SeaXSea) 2019 Film Festival and the Ethni...
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The 5 Most Memorable Attractions In Cambodia

Ever since Angelina Jolie swung through temple ruins in Cambodia as Lara Croft, Tomb Raider, the place has been crawling with tourists. Siem Reap, the town closest to a vast complex of ancient Hindu/Buddhist Temples, is in fact a tourist bubble (with 127 hotels from hostel to ultra luxe) within an otherwise fearful, unkempt country. Pockets of opul...
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