The East West Center Cham Exhibition in Hawai’i

In 2009-2010 I was offered a beautiful opportunity by the East West Center Arts Program (Honolulu, Hawai’i): contribute to the curation of an exhibition on Cham culture in Cambodia and Vietnam (thought this last part was provided by friend and fellow researcher Mohamed Effendy Bin Abdul Hamid).  Thanks to people like Eric Chang, Lynne Najita, Maseeh Ganjali, and the incomparable Dr. Michael Schuster, this happened to a wonderful experience, both professionnaly and personally.

Handouts to get introduced to the exhibit here, click on pictures to read the labels.

Phnom Penh, February 12, 2013, Emiko Stock.

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