Worldly CurioNovember 17, 2017
Teachers inspire this Cambodian American boy to keep his traditional dance alive
After the genocide of Cambodian people, thousands of Cambodian Americans were resettled in the US as refugees. Three decades later, the public schools in Lowell, Massachusetts, are teaching kids how to play traditional Cambodian music — which is an art form that was almost once lost. Produced by: Heidi Shin. Image credit: Heidi Shin.
Aired November 14, 2017
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