Cambodian Community Day

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    Cambodian Festival
    Sunday September 11th 2016
     9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
    Cambodian Buddhist Temple
    Silver Spring, MD 

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    12739 Knightsbridge Dr Woodbridge, VA 22192

    Ben Bao:      (571) 276-9630
    Sophia Tep:  (571) 422-7972
    Chanthary Koch:  (202) 390-9016
    Ithara Phlong: (240) 888-1053

    Miss Cambodian American DC

    Ithara Phlong: (240) 888-1053
    Ratanak Srey:  (240) 620-6306

    Student Tutoring Service

     Ithara Phlong: (240) 888-1053

    Soccer Coaching Service

    Sokito Chan: (301) 758-3326


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Mother's Day Gala

Mother's Day Celebration 2017

13 May 2017 18:00

(Save to cal)

Harvest Moon Restaurant

Come and pay respect to our mother during Mother's Day celebration. Come and dance your night out with us. Proceed will go to support CCD cultural programs.

Buy tickets Places left: 297    |    Cost: 45 USD
Fundraising Party    |    Harvest Moon Restaurant

Welcome to CCD

Cambodian Community Day (CCD) is a 501(c)(3) Charitable Organization established to promote, present and preserve our rich Cambodian culture. CCD seeks to integrate Khmer culture into American society to ensure the continuation of Cambodian cultural heritage, especially among Cambodian-American youths. We also work to strengthen Cambodian voice, empower Cambodian communities, bridge distances, heal rifts and build bonds among Khmers and other ethnic groups.


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Cultural Festival

The Cambodian cultural Festival featuring Classical Performances, folklore dances, a Cambodian dance opera show entitled Lakhon Bassac "Tip Sangva", Khmer music, and many other cultural activities will be held at

Cambodian Buddhist Temple

13800 New Hampshire Ave, Silver Spring MD 20904

Sunday September 10, 2017 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM


The Story of Tum Teav

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Tum Teav story is not a legend or a make-up story. It is based on a true story that actually happened during the Cambodia Lonvek era, an obscure era following a downfall of the glorious Angkor era starting from 1431. Lonvek era ends in 1593 when Cambodia moved its capital from Lonvek in the province of Kampong Chhnang to Oudong in the province of Kampong Speu after Siam conquered it.
We do not know exactly in what year the story happened. Most Cambodians believe to be a 16th century tragic love story that captured Cambodian people’s attention. The story had been told by word of mouth until a written version came to life in the early 20th century. According to the Cambodian Buddhist Institute, a well-known research and publication organization in Cambodia, there are two versions of the story. 

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Happy Khmer New Year 2017

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Greeting my dear friends! Happy Khmer New Year!

During this joyous time, on behalf of the Cambodian Community Day (CCD) Board of Directors and members, I would like to wish you a happiness, prosperity, and good health in the year to come. This year, we have the pleasure to bring you a show entitled “Yeekae Tum Teav”. 

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Boat found in Siem Reap believed to be 800 years old

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An ancient boat discovered in March in Siem Reap province’s Angkor Thom district, which until now perplexed scientists over its origin, has been identified as being built more than 800 years ago. It was made in 1207 AD, according to carbon dating results announced on Friday June 24, 2016. The 809-year-old vessel was carved from a single tree trunk during the reign of King Jayavarman VII.


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VOA Coverage of CCD 15th Anniversary

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We have reached a milestone this year because tonight marks 15 years that CCD has been in existence, promoting, presenting and preserving Cambodian culture and its arts in the Washington DC metro area. We could not have accomplished this without Khmer community in the area. We are so grateful for their continuing support. 
Our annual Cambodian Community Day attracts thousands of people of each year. It is a showcase of programs that promote the vitality of Khmer arts and culture. CCD does not receive any grants from any organizations or government. We only receive small donation from the public. The sheer energy to produce these shows and programs are from all our dedicated volunteers who share the same passion and philosophy. They have an exemplary mindset to serve others without wanting anything in return.

Their dedication to the community and mission to CCD can be summed up in this video presentation.

Many thanks to VOA Khmer news for covering this event. Click here to watch the event coverage.

Angkor Wat best tourist attraction in the world

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Angkor Wat was just named the best tourist attraction in the world. Lonely Planet just announced its list of the 500 best attractions on the planet, and Cambodia's Temples of Angkor took first place.

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A Special Concert of Cambodian Musicians Sunday May 1st, 2016

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A performance of Cambodia's most outstanding young musicians from the Cambodian Living Arts (CLA) is taking place on Sunday, May 1st from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM at the Cambodian Buddhist Temple 13800 New Hampshire Ave, Silver Spring, MD 20904. Admission is free. Please RSVP at
You have an opportunity to meet Arn Chorn Pond, the founder of CLA. He will give a short lecture on his personal story "Child of War, Man of Peace" and discuss how music saved his life as a child under the Khmer Rouge regime and how he has since used music and the arts to spearhead the recovery and growth of Cambodia's traditional arts.
This is a unique opportunity for us of the DC area to meet the group. They were the ones who organized the Season of Cambodia in New York City in 2013. For more information about CLA, please visit their site:
Click here for the flyer.

Phare, The Cambodian Circus US Tour

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September 14  November 2, 2015

Siem Reap Cambodia, September 2, 2015. Phare, The Cambodian Circus is proud to announce that it will conduct its first tour of the USA between September 26 and November 2, 2015. The centerpiece of the tour will be performances of Khmer Metal, a critically acclaimed production internationally, at the Ringling International Arts Festival in Sarasota, Florida on October 16, 17 and 18, 2015. It will also perform Khmer Metal at selected venues in Northern and Southern California and in Washington, DC.

About Phare.



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President Message: Happy Cambodian Community Day

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Dear friends and families,

On behalf of Cambodian Community Day (CCD) members and Board of Directors, thank you for coming and joining us at the Cambodian Cultural Festival to celebrate our culture, abundant heritage and achievements. I like to challenge everybody to identify your culture, your root, and your life and see what have you done and what will you do to make your life and lives of our fellow Cambodians better. Click here for CCD performance schedule.

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Culture and Heritage News

Airborne laser reveals hidden city in Cambodia

Towers of the legendary Angkor Wat temple are seen north of Siem Reap provincial town, about 230 kilometers, 143 miles, northwest of the capital Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

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The Origin of the Number Zero

Deep in the jungle, an intrepid scholar locates a symbol of power and mystery.

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For a limited time only, Rose Armour, an independent distributor of Forever Living Products, will donate 35% of sales generated through CCD if you email the order confirmation to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Buy Forever Living Products and help your community. Great gifts for Mother's Day and every occasion are available.


Using Goodshop when you make purchases online will save you money and Goodshop will donate up to 20% of what you spend to Cambodian Community Day !Signup and select us as your cause or click on the logo to start donating while shopping online at stores like Vistaprint for photos or Footsmart for shoes. Goodshop also offers tons of deals and coupons, so save on tools from Home Depot and more, while supporting us! Thanks!


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Hella Chluy is a Cambodian American entertainer that specialize in musical parodies and comedic skits. Born as Phanit Duong, the second generation refugee began writing and recording music at the age of 15 in the Pacific Northwest. Duong's stardom began in 2012 when he released the now legendary, "Shit Cambodian Folks Say" on YouTube that broke 100,000 views in 24 hours. "Chluy," which loosely means "disrespectful" in the Khmer language, uses popular American music to depict stories of the Cambodian American experience. Today, Duong's fan base has grown internationally and he performs regularly across America in the nation's largest Khmer populated communities like Long Beach, Lowell, Seattle, and Philadelphia. View his videos at Listen to his mixtape at Shop Hella Chluy merchandise at
I am Henry Tep and I started as a simple graffiti artist. I moved to Hawaii 2013 for about a year. With all the isolation from everything i knew. That's where I really became a budding artist. I'm currently back in my hometown to make things happen. I found myself getting represented by two art galleries. Dreams come true if you continue to work on them and I'm still working.
TFD (The Fast Delivery) is a cover band that came together because of their love of music. They decided on the name "The Fast Delivery" because of a chinese food calendar that was close by. Tony, who's a graduate at Science Leadership Academy likes to draw, sing and mind his business. Julie, a 17 year old who likes to play the guitar, sing, and cleaning and Destiny, who's a junior enjoys inspiring people and her youth, Destiny is also part of show choir/jazz singers, and anchor at Paint Branch High School. For more information about The Fast Delivery, visit where they talk about fashion, beauty, and music. You can also find covers and songs of the month picked out by the Fast Delivery themselves.
Phan Ros, stage name known as DJ Nevzz has DJ experiences for a period of over 15 years. He has DJ in the Lancaster and Philadelphia, PA areas. While growing up he had a passion for music; in which inspiration came from watching Yo MTV Raps. On the show there were guests Djs performing on TV that inspired him to get into the game of becoming a DJ. At the age of 20 he was able to purchase his very own turntable and mixer. Then, led him to starting to promote himself at house parties and clothing stores in the local areas. Later on, one of his biggest gigs came across Djing at a local radio station 91.3 in Lancaster, PA and in night clubs throughout Philadelphia, PA. DJ Nevzz enjoys the influences of how music makes life worth living while having fun and doing what he do best, Djing. For business inquiries contact mailto:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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Tommy Tattz

Tommy Tattz is a true embodiment of the American Hustle. No matter the goal he sets for himself, Tommy Tattz only knows that the power to succeed comes from hard work and focus everyday, best summed up in his motto "Say What You Do; Do What You Say." Being a first generation child to Asian immigrant parents, Tommy Tattz was already on his way to just being a statistic to the general population: predominantly gang ruled environments, rising crime rates, and decreasing standard of living. There was nothing to indicate that an opportunity to improve would present itself. So Tommy Tattz did what any real dreamer does in his situation: he hustled. Tommy Tattz chipped away at every opportunity he could create for himself, to capitalize and propel himself forward. This eventually lead him to owning and operating a series of small businesses to some moderate success. But that's not enough. Initially, he never thought about becoming a rapper, instead he utilized his hustle within the business world. Eventually, he noticed all of his efforts were always tied into music. His tattoo clients were singers and rappers, and he even went ahead and opened up a tattoo shop with a recording studio attached to it. This lead to a realization. The one thing Tommy Tattz is at his core an artist. On the radio these days, there are fewer songs that wanted you to party & enjoy yourself, and more songs that really don't have a message at all, just a series of random sentences. The rap game needs a break from the nonsensical, and to be reminded that sometimes you just have to party. We're alive. We have friends. We can be happy. Right out the gate, the minute Tommy Tattz stepped into the booth and laid down his first verse, it has been a whirlwind of another kind. Tommy Tattz has released songs with Fat Trel and Project Pat, and eventually opened a series of shows while on tour with Juicy J over the course of 2 years, the same length of time since he started his musical journey, and not stopping.Tommy Tattz has plans to release 2 new singles and music videos this coming year, with a new EP after, and a tour in the works. For now, join up with Tommy and have a party.


Daie Music

I am from the DC area but grew up throughout the Prince George's County area. I'm 29 years of age been rapping since forever but I didn't take it serious until 2001 and I feel I didn't become nice until 2003. I was influenced by Biggie, Slick Rick, Fabolous, Jadakiss, and Styles P.

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Myrah KEO

I am an 18 years old Cambodian female rapper.

Twitter and IG: itskeo_

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Cambodian Community Day is a 501(c)(3) organization. Your donation is tax-deductible to the extent of the laws. We believe our mission is a noble cause. Please help us achieve our goal. Your online donation via PayPal is secured.

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CCD Mobile App

GREAT NEWS!!! Cambodian Community Day is now mobile! I'm in, one of our valued sponsors, has designed and developed our mobile app, which is now available for download from Google Play. I'm in! also helps businesses deploy various mobile coupon and loyalty programs. These programs enable users to find great discounts at stores like Macy's, Amazon, JC Penney and Kohl's. Please visit their website at I'm in! Are you?

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Voice of America/Khmer: Dr Chanthourn Thuy

A Khmer Archaeologist visited USA in July 2012 to present his research finding about ancient iron smelter in Cambodia to Cambodian-American communities. One of his stop was Washington, DC Metro area. Click on picture to watch the VOA News coverage during his presentation in Annandale VA.


Voice of America Interviewed Ms Sophia Tep, CCD Vice-President

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Sam Relief Dec 2012 Newsletter

Sam Relief was very busy in early April of 2012 and has delivered another 10 tons of rice to Angkor Children Hospital at Siem Reap.

Women's Health Study:

Replica of Angkor Wat

We have bought a replica of Angkor Wat (picture shown above). It is a sculpture made out from stone, by a sculptor in Pursat province, Cambodia. It is 1.3 meter long, 1.1 meter wide and .35 meter high. It took more than 2 months to complete the sculpture. Click the picture to enlarge.

Phare Ponleu Selpak

Phare Ponleu Selpak (website: is a Cambodian association providing artistic activities to children and adults around the Battambang vicinity. The artistic fields are: performing arts (circus, theater, dancing, music), visual arts (cartoon animation, painting contemporary, illustration and graphic design) and social actions (governmental school pre-school through high school, child care center, and transitional youth house). Learn more ...

Khmer Music Festival

Thank you for coming to our Khmer Music Festival on Saturday September 5th 2015

Click here to see photo gallery.

2015 Miss Cambodian American DC

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