Donation appeal for the Kerdomnel Khmer Foundation for Cambodian Culture

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I featured the Kerdomnel Khmer Foundation magazine website last week, and this message is from their founder Dr Chen Chanratana. Please help if you can!

KERDOMNEL KHMER FOUNDATION FOR CAMBODIAN CULTURE

KERDOMNEL KHMER GROUP (KDNK) just created a “Kerdomnel Khmer Foundation”, supported by H.E Khieu Kanharith, minister of Information of Cambodia, the honor president of this foundation, for collecting of all donations and contributions from both Cambodian and international community around the world, in order to we could start the projects for the activities of preservation and conservation of Cambodian culture and heritage.

Your contribution will helps us for many things to realize KDNK’s works for many year of project plan such as: documenting and reporting of old artists, musicians, researching for publishing in Kerdomnel Khmer Magazine, the first magazine of art and archaeology in Cambodia…etc.

For donate to KDNK Foundation and for more information, please contact to KDNK’s members.

In France:
Dr. CHEN Chanratana (Founder)
Tel: +33 6 18 02 86 12 / +855 98 64 55 55
E-mail: chanratana@kerdomnel-khmer.org

In Cambodia
Mr. NHEM Vibol (Vice-Director)
Tel: +855 12 68 82 19
E-mail: vibol99@yahoo.com

Ms. ROEUNG Kannytha (Vice-Director)
Tel: +855 16 616 316
E-mail: roeungkannytha@yahoo.com

Mr. HONG Hov (Technical)
Tel: +855 85 53 33 54
E-mail: honghov@yahoo.com

Mrs. ENG Leakhena (In charge of researching)
Tel: +855 16 81 44 04

Mrs. CHEN Chansuda (In charge of Arts and Performance)
Tel: +855 16 32 31 46

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Kerdomnel Khmer – a website for Cambodian Archaeology

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Kerdomnel Khmer (Khmer Heritage) is a Cambodian magazine for heritage, archaeology, art and related fields run mainly by local archaeologists, historians and students. The site is mainly in Khmer, although there is some English text. There is an interesting page containing an inventory of French doctoral dissertations about Southeast Asia – the page is in French, but may be of interest to some scholars reading this blog.

Check it out here.