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    Cambodia Town, inc., the non-partisan, non-profit organization that spearheaded the campaign to designate a 1.2-mile stretch in Long Beach as “Cambodia Town” has launched an official Facebook page for Cambodia Town. If you’re proud to have part of Long Beach known as Cambodia Town, then make sure you go to the page and click Like. We’re hoping to get 1,000 Likes by Sunday. The power is in your fingertips so please help get the word out.

    http://www.facebook.com/cambodiatown

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    [i]Originally posted by bkan123[/i]
    Cambodia Town, inc., the non-partisan, non-profit organization that spearheaded the campaign to designate a 1.2-mile stretch in Long Beach as “Cambodia Town” has launched an official Facebook page for Cambodia Town. If you’re proud to have part of Long Beach known as Cambodia Town, then make sure you go to the page and click Like. We’re hoping to get 1,000 Likes by Sunday. The power is in your fingertips so please help get the word out.

    http://www.facebook.com/cambodiatown

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    I think my goal is to move to Cambodia Town some day.

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    must be trying to hookup with the khmer srey srey in Cambodian Town.

    [i]Originally posted by ji_cyclo[/i]
    I think my goal is to move to Cambodia Town some day.

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    [i]Originally posted by AhSaren[/i]
    must be trying to hookup with the khmer srey srey in Cambodian Town.
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    [i]Originally posted by ji_cyclo[/i]
    I think my goal is to move to Cambodia Town some day.

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    You know me too well! ;)

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    Cool!

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    nice! I will “LIKE”!

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    he is in luck :D

    [i]Originally posted by AhSaren[/i]
    must be trying to hookup with the khmer srey srey in Cambodian Town.
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    [i]Originally posted by ji_cyclo[/i]
    I think my goal is to move to Cambodia Town some day.

    [/quote]

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    Cambodia town? I see nothing improved in Long Beach for the last 25 years. Not even one temple existing in the town. Not even one Khmer architecture building existing in the town. The restaurant and super market most likely own by Chinese-Cambodian. The food taste nothing like Cambodian food. It so ashamed to claim the town as Cambodian town.

    I speak the true.

    [Message last modified 09-01-2011 05:40am by impact]

    [Message last modified 09-01-2011 05:46am by impact]

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    so much negativity.

    [i]Originally posted by impact[/i]
    Cambodia town? I see nothing improved in Long Beach for the last 25 years. Not even one temple existing in the town. Not even one Khmer architecture building existing in the town. The restaurant and super market most likely own by Chinese-Cambodian. The food taste nothing like Cambodian food. It so ashamed to claim the town as Cambodian town.

    I speak the true.

    [Message last modified 09-01-2011 05:40am by impact]

    [Message last modified 09-01-2011 05:46am by impact]

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    Originally posted by AhSaren
    so much negativity.

    Originally posted by impact

    Go to take a look yourself, if you dont believe me.

    [Message last modified 09-01-2011 05:51am by impact]

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    all im saying why not support this and be positive? People work hard to make this happened. I’m sure they are working hard for continuous improvement. How many minority group gets a town named after them?

    [i]Originally posted by impact[/i]
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    [i]Originally posted by AhSaren[/i]
    so much negativity.
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    [i]Originally posted by impact[/i]

    Go to take a look yourself, if you dont believe me.

    [Message last modified 09-01-2011 05:51am by impact]

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    [i]Originally posted by AhSaren[/i]
    all im saying why not support this and be positive? People work hard to make this happened. I’m sure they are working hard for continuous improvement. How many minority group gets a town named after them?
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    [i]Originally posted by impact[/i]
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by AhSaren[/i]
    so much negativity.
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    [i]Originally posted by impact[/i]

    Go to take a look yourself, if you dont believe me.

    [Message last modified 09-01-2011 05:51am by impact]

    [/quote]

    I see Chinese, Korean, Thai, Japanese, and Vietnamese..

    For Khmer the word “united” there is no such.

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    well not with this attitude. :D

    [i]Originally posted by impact[/i]

    [I see Chinese, Korean, Thai, Japanese, and Vietnamese..

    [b]For Khmer the word “united” there is no such.[/b]

    [Message last modified 09-01-2011 05:51am by impact]

    [/quote]

    I see Chinese, Korean, Thai, Japanese, and Vietnamese..

    For Khmer the word “united” there is no such. [/quote]

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    [i]Originally posted by impact[/i]
    Cambodia town? I see nothing improved in Long Beach for the last 25 years. Not even one temple existing in the town. Not even one Khmer architecture building existing in the town. The restaurant and super market most likely own by Chinese-Cambodian. The food taste nothing like Cambodian food. It so ashamed to claim the town as Cambodian town.

    I speak the true.

    Don’t be such a Debbie Downer. The UCC and KGA have contributed a lot to the community through outreach and advocacy. They’ve done wonderful things for the community despite the ups and downs within the bureaucracy. If you’re not going to be part of the solution don’t be part of the problem by spewing such negativity. If you want to critique be constructive about it instead of acting as though nothing’s changed at all. The gang violence has subsided immensely largely due to the community leaders coming together and more kids are getting involved with the community outreach through educational programs that make this possible. If you’re not gonna step up, shut up!

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    [i]Originally posted by AhSaren[/i]
    well not with this attitude. :D
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    [i]Originally posted by impact[/i]

    [I see Chinese, Korean, Thai, Japanese, and Vietnamese..

    [b]For Khmer the word “united” there is no such.[/b]

    [Message last modified 09-01-2011 05:51am by impact]

    [/quote]

    I see Chinese, Korean, Thai, Japanese, and Vietnamese..

    For Khmer the word “united” there is no such. [/quote]
    [/quote]

    I don’t liar to myself.

    #1636459

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    hmmm then what else can i say? your kind of mentality is hard to embrace. Ever thought of building people and community up instead of tearing them down. Positivity can be amazing. A little kind words and encouragement can do wonder!

    [i]Originally posted by impact[/i]

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    [i]Originally posted by AhSaren[/i]
    well not with this attitude. :D
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by impact[/i]

    [I see Chinese, Korean, Thai, Japanese, and Vietnamese..

    [b]For Khmer the word “united” there is no such.[/b]

    [Message last modified 09-01-2011 05:51am by impact]

    [/quote]

    I see Chinese, Korean, Thai, Japanese, and Vietnamese..

    For Khmer the word “united” there is no such. [/quote]
    [/quote]

    I don’t liar to myself.[/quote]

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    [i]Originally posted by AhSaren[/i]
    hmmm then what else can i say? your kind of mentality is hard to embrace. Ever thought of building people and community up instead of tearing them down. Positivity can be amazing. A little kind words and encouragement can do wonder!
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    [i]Originally posted by impact[/i]

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by AhSaren[/i]
    well not with this attitude. :D
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by impact[/i]

    [I see Chinese, Korean, Thai, Japanese, and Vietnamese..

    [b]For Khmer the word “united” there is no such.[/b]

    [Message last modified 09-01-2011 05:51am by impact]

    [/quote]

    I see Chinese, Korean, Thai, Japanese, and Vietnamese..

    For Khmer the word “united” there is no such. [/quote]
    [/quote]

    I don’t liar to myself.[/quote]
    [/quote]

    Encouragement, huh? You can only encourage to those who have a ability to think deep, but to encourage those old fart generation, you dream on. Those old fart generation they never change. Just look at Cambodia country right now. What do you see? Bright a future for the new generation? I doubt it.

    [Message last modified 09-01-2011 06:31am by impact]

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    i guess we’ll just end this conversation here.

    [i]Originally posted by impact[/i]
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by AhSaren[/i]
    hmmm then what else can i say? your kind of mentality is hard to embrace. Ever thought of building people and community up instead of tearing them down. Positivity can be amazing. A little kind words and encouragement can do wonder!
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by impact[/i]

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by AhSaren[/i]
    well not with this attitude. :D
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by impact[/i]

    [I see Chinese, Korean, Thai, Japanese, and Vietnamese..

    [b]For Khmer the word “united” there is no such.[/b]

    [Message last modified 09-01-2011 05:51am by impact]

    [/quote]

    I see Chinese, Korean, Thai, Japanese, and Vietnamese..

    For Khmer the word “united” there is no such. [/quote]
    [/quote]

    I don’t liar to myself.[/quote]
    [/quote]

    Encouragement, huh? You can only encourage to those who have a ability to think deep, but to encourage those old fart generation, you dream on. Those old fart generation they never change. Just look at Cambodia country right now. What do you see? Bright a future for the new generation? I doubt it.

    [Message last modified 09-01-2011 06:31am by impact][/quote]

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    [i]Originally posted by ji_cyclo[/i]

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    [i]Originally posted by impact[/i]
    Cambodia town? I see nothing improved in Long Beach for the last 25 years. Not even one temple existing in the town. Not even one Khmer architecture building existing in the town. The restaurant and super market most likely own by Chinese-Cambodian. The food taste nothing like Cambodian food. It so ashamed to claim the town as Cambodian town.

    I speak the true.

    Don’t be such a Debbie Downer. The UCC and KGA have contributed a lot to the community through outreach and advocacy. They’ve done wonderful things for the community despite the ups and downs within the bureaucracy. If you’re not going to be part of the solution don’t be part of the problem by spewing such negativity. If you want to critique be constructive about it instead of acting as though nothing’s changed at all. The gang violence has subsided immensely largely due to the community leaders coming together and more kids are getting involved with the community outreach through educational programs that make this possible. If you’re not gonna step up, shut up![/quote]

    hahus, You refuse,huh. I’m telling this, if you not willing to accept the fact, you will end up ride that cyclo the rest of your life. Good luck.

    [Message last modified 09-01-2011 06:44am by impact]

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    [i]Originally posted by AhSaren[/i]
    i guess we’ll just end this conversation here.
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by impact[/i]
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by AhSaren[/i]
    hmmm then what else can i say? your kind of mentality is hard to embrace. Ever thought of building people and community up instead of tearing them down. Positivity can be amazing. A little kind words and encouragement can do wonder!
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by impact[/i]

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by AhSaren[/i]
    well not with this attitude. :D
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by impact[/i]

    [I see Chinese, Korean, Thai, Japanese, and Vietnamese..

    [b]For Khmer the word “united” there is no such.[/b]

    [Message last modified 09-01-2011 05:51am by impact]

    [/quote]

    I see Chinese, Korean, Thai, Japanese, and Vietnamese..

    For Khmer the word “united” there is no such. [/quote]
    [/quote]

    I don’t liar to myself.[/quote]
    [/quote]

    Encouragement, huh? You can only encourage to those who have a ability to think deep, but to encourage those old fart generation, you dream on. Those old fart generation they never change. Just look at Cambodia country right now. What do you see? Bright a future for the new generation? I doubt it.

    [Message last modified 09-01-2011 06:31am by impact][/quote]
    [/quote]

    I wrote that just to reminded to what you say. This I also referred to the topic. If the word “UNITED” existed in khmer spirited. Cambodian town should not look crap like this. That’s what I mean.

    [Message last modified 09-01-2011 06:52am by impact]

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    *LIKE*

    #1636465

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    their goal is to reach 2ooo like by sunday i;m sure we can help with that. It’s so easy.

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    nice

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    [i]Originally posted by impact[/i]
    Cambodia town? I see nothing improved in Long Beach for the last 25 years. Not even one temple existing in the town. Not even one Khmer architecture building existing in the town. The restaurant and super market most likely own by Chinese-Cambodian. The food taste nothing like Cambodian food. It so ashamed to claim the town as Cambodian town.

    I speak the true.

    [Message last modified 09-01-2011 05:40am by impact]

    [Message last modified 09-01-2011 05:46am by impact]

    isn’t there a wat on cherry street?

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