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May 7, 2014 12:00 AM

Cambodian community looks to keep Khmer traditions alive for youth

“This is actually the event that I look forward to the most all year. … It just brings people happiness.” Emmy Power, an eighth-grade student at Hart Ransom, explains her family’s celebration of Khmer New Year, which took place at the grounds of Modesto’s Wat Khmer last month.

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