In this episode, I interview Dara Leng who is better known as Khmer1Jivit. He’s one of the best, if not thee best native tongue rapper of all time. We talked about everything in this interview.
In this episode, I interview Mona Sang of Chicago. She is a Cambodian Chef who started her catering company, specializing in Khmer cuisine to serve the Chicago community at he start of the pandemic last year.
In this episode, I speak to my friend Sean Radiant Son from Philadelphia. Sean is a first generation Khmer immigrant who’s family settled in Camden NJ in the early 80s.
In this episode, I interview Loeun Lun, a deportee/returnee from Tacoma Washington. I remembered seeing the PBS documentary, “Sentenced Home” in 2006 and I recently noticed that Loeun has a YouTube channel where he shares his experiences living in Cambodia as well as interviewing other deportees and former gang members.
In this episode, I interview Rose Khun of Eureka California. Rose is a daughter of Khmer Immigrants who settled in Modesto California in the early 80s. She shared a heart felt story about her Father’s murder in San Jose by a Khmer Gang during a robbery of their family owned VHS store.
In this special episode. I reconnect with an old friend and Khmer Hip Hop legend, Khmer Kid. We talked about his humble beginnings and what is was like growing up in Chicago in the early 90s. He was born in 1984 at Khao-I-Dang refugee camp and was named after it.
In this episode, I share a great conversation with Samrach Sar of Beaverton Oregon. Samrach is a Khmer American immigration attorney who serves the Portland metro area.
In this episode, I interview Hannah from Atlanta. Hannah is a Khmer American small business owner who started her own online Southeast Asian sarong comfort wear store, The Sarong Company.