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    You should move to live in Canada if you care about your skin, Because the cold weather maintain your skin so smooth and prettier. Then you feel young forever!!!

    [i]Originally posted by rexa[/i]
    Come soon because am planning to move to Canada..LOL!! J/K Too cold for me.

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    [i]Originally posted by kimpirun98[/i]
    Hmmm!! it seems so happy overthere huh, I plan to move to settle in SF as well. Maybe, the ending of this year. So!!!
    Please you all do not forget to welcome me to be your best friend as well Ok!!! I just want to have afew shots of Cognac with Pailin first before I hit there.

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    I actually found an apartment in Nob Hill. I work in Union Sqaure. When I first moved out here, I went to check out that temple. Unfortunately, I think it was closed. I’ve never been back since.

    But if anyone ever gets the chance to hang out around Union or Downtown area, hit me up. I’m always down to meet new Cambodian people. I’ll be the one who doesn’t speak Khmer to well.

    [i]Originally posted by rexa[/i]
    The Khmer I know in SF spend most of their time at home or at work. You won’t catch them out and about. You can also meet Khmer at the Temple. This weekend the temple is having a 100 days remembrance for a well known man in SF community. Here’s the info:

    At Nagara Dhamma Temple (3225 Lincoln Way; tel 415-665-7566), between 33th
    and 34th Ave, SF

    On Saturday, June 16, 2012, at 10:00am
    with offering Lunch to Monks around 11:am, and end around 12:00 noon,
    and we’ll have lunch at the Temple, after 12:00 noon.

    What area are you working or living at? I don’t have a car either. Let’s be bus buddy and do happy hour together. I have my clipper card ready to go.

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    [i]Originally posted by BayTownKhmer[/i]
    So I’ve been in San Francisco for about 2 months, and still, no Khmer people. It probably depends on the places I hang out in. North Beach, Marina, SoMa, Mission. Not to many Cambodians in those areas. I was thinking of checking out the association in Oakland soon. As for Stockton, I’ve been there before as a kid. I don’t have a car, so was planning on heading over there any time soon.

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    BTK,
    if you want to meet more khmer people
    join our annual camping trip in July 27-29
    there will be alot khmers from southern cal attending this annual camping event

    [i]Originally posted by BayTownKhmer[/i]
    I actually found an apartment in Nob Hill. I work in Union Sqaure. When I first moved out here, I went to check out that temple. Unfortunately, I think it was closed. I’ve never been back since.

    But if anyone ever gets the chance to hang out around Union or Downtown area, hit me up. I’m always down to meet new Cambodian people. I’ll be the one who doesn’t speak Khmer to well.

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    [i]Originally posted by rexa[/i]
    The Khmer I know in SF spend most of their time at home or at work. You won’t catch them out and about. You can also meet Khmer at the Temple. This weekend the temple is having a 100 days remembrance for a well known man in SF community. Here’s the info:

    At Nagara Dhamma Temple (3225 Lincoln Way; tel 415-665-7566), between 33th
    and 34th Ave, SF

    On Saturday, June 16, 2012, at 10:00am
    with offering Lunch to Monks around 11:am, and end around 12:00 noon,
    and we’ll have lunch at the Temple, after 12:00 noon.

    What area are you working or living at? I don’t have a car either. Let’s be bus buddy and do happy hour together. I have my clipper card ready to go.

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    [i]Originally posted by BayTownKhmer[/i]
    So I’ve been in San Francisco for about 2 months, and still, no Khmer people. It probably depends on the places I hang out in. North Beach, Marina, SoMa, Mission. Not to many Cambodians in those areas. I was thinking of checking out the association in Oakland soon. As for Stockton, I’ve been there before as a kid. I don’t have a car, so was planning on heading over there any time soon.

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    It’s about time I take control of something. LOL!! This is fun..I should do it more often.

    [i]Originally posted by VWAaron[/i]
    Rexa is taking over this thread :D

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    My heart was damage in San Francisco. My connection is here in the City. I may not give you good driving direction to places in the City but I know all my bus route. :)

    [i]Originally posted by AhSaren[/i]
    She must’ve left her heart in San Francisco.
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    [i]Originally posted by VWAaron[/i]
    Rexa is taking over this thread :D

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    No problem Dried Rice but I do spend lots of time in the donut shop.

    [i]Originally posted by dried_rice[/i]
    Ah sorry, Rexa. I misread that you work at a donut shop.

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    Nob Hill… that’s a nice area. I work like 10 mins or less walking distance from Union Square.

    Originally posted by BayTownKhmer
    I actually found an apartment in Nob Hill. I work in Union Sqaure. When I first moved out here, I went to check out that temple. Unfortunately, I think it was closed. I’ve never been back since.

    But if anyone ever gets the chance to hang out around Union or Downtown area, hit me up. I’m always down to meet new Cambodian people. I’ll be the one who doesn’t speak Khmer to well.

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    i agree. we need someone else to spice up the forums besides KLB

    [i]Originally posted by rexa[/i]
    It’s about time I take control of something. LOL!! This is fun..I should do it more often.

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    [i]Originally posted by VWAaron[/i]
    Rexa is taking over this thread :D

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    Hey!! what are you talking about huh!!! Did you see my gf went to somewhere around tere!!! i missed her for one night already..

    [i]Originally posted by VWAaron[/i]
    i agree. we need someone else to spice up the forums besides KLB
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    [i]Originally posted by rexa[/i]
    It’s about time I take control of something. LOL!! This is fun..I should do it more often.

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    [i]Originally posted by VWAaron[/i]
    Rexa is taking over this thread :D

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    #1647499
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    Mann I want to have a Gf Canadain becuase I want to see my kids have longer noses…kekekek

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    Yea, Nob Hill is pretty cool. Really close to everything. There is only one place I know around here that has some Cambodian people. That is this grocery store called Battambang in the Tenderloin. Nice ladies who run the place. Unfortunately they didn’t understand a word I said. San Francisco has been pretty cool so far. Rent is expensive, but you can drink and eat for really cheap.

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    Lol… Find them in the donuts shop. Great places to socialize or network. Hehe

    [i]Originally posted by rexa[/i]
    Lots of Khmer in SF. You can find meet them in Donut/sandwich shop. I kid you not. I’m currently working in SF. I’m looking to move back to SF. I need to find a roomate.

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    [i]Originally posted by BayTownKhmer[/i]
    Hello Everyone,

    I am new to San Francisco. Just moved into town after spending most of my life in Chicago. I was wondering if there were any Khmer people in San Francisco? I’ve been wandering around the city, and stumbled across a bunch of different ethnicities, but haven’t been able to find any Cambodian people. I read that there is a large community in Oakland, but haven’t heard much about San Francisco.

    [Message last modified 06-11-2012 10:08pm by BayTownKhmer]

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    Oh, Mr.Kim….How could you not know where she went? She came to my house.

    [i]Originally posted by kimpirun98[/i]
    Hey!! what are you talking about huh!!! Did you see my gf went to somewhere around tere!!! i missed her for one night already..
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    [i]Originally posted by VWAaron[/i]
    i agree. we need someone else to spice up the forums besides KLB
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    [i]Originally posted by rexa[/i]
    It’s about time I take control of something. LOL!! This is fun..I should do it more often.

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    [i]Originally posted by VWAaron[/i]
    Rexa is taking over this thread :D

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    I cannot get used to the fact, that asian people want to have long noses.

    My mum has quite a striking nose and I’m so glad mine turned out smaller.

    [i]Originally posted by kimpirun98[/i]
    Mann I want to have a Gf Canadain becuase I want to see my kids have longer noses…kekekek

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    You won’t find Khmer gathering in large groups on a daily basis here in the Bay Area. I work in SF (Design District) and I haven’t met another Cambodian since I started working in the city however I do know they exist ehehee Another thing is that I myself get mistaken a lot for Filipino because there are a lot of them here this just comes to show that it’s kind of hard to pinpoint who is Khmer and what not just by seeing them. You might go to an Asian market and if they don’t speak Khmer you can’t tell. Since I moved here to the Bay Area I’ve only encounter a couple Khmer shopping at the Asian market and that’s because they spoke Khmer. There are a lot of Khmer in Oakland because the cost of living is more affordable, plus the layout of the houses (4-plex) makes it more convenient for Khmer to live close to each other.

    I used to live in a 200+ apartment complex for years and don’t know if there’s any other Cambodian sharing that complex because I just go to work and return home. The most I say to my neighbors are “Hi, how are you?” and “Have a nice day!” LOL

    Now I moved to a different area in the East Bay and still no Cambodian next door neighbor, but I have made friends with Khmer that I know from facebook who happened to live in and around the area. Once you know a couple, you will know more as time goes by because there will be BBQ and get together cooking on weekends since it’s our day off.

    If you want to see a lot of Khmer in one spot at one time, then go to Stockton. Don’t have to be on a holiday. You can find them at parks in the evening and in certain apartment complex (Park Village (99% Khmer lives in 300+ apartment), then there’s also Manchester and I forgot the rest LOL)

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    Greensboro, bedlow, kenfield…

    [i]Originally posted by xAteytakalx[/i]
    You won’t find Khmer gathering in large groups on a daily basis here in the Bay Area. I work in SF (Design District) and I haven’t met another Cambodian since I started working in the city however I do know they exist ehehee Another thing is that I myself get mistaken a lot for Filipino because there are a lot of them here this just comes to show that it’s kind of hard to pinpoint who is Khmer and what not just by seeing them. You might go to an Asian market and if they don’t speak Khmer you can’t tell. Since I moved here to the Bay Area I’ve only encounter a couple Khmer shopping at the Asian market and that’s because they spoke Khmer. There are a lot of Khmer in Oakland because the cost of living is more affordable, plus the layout of the houses (4-plex) makes it more convenient for Khmer to live close to each other.

    I used to live in a 200+ apartment complex for years and don’t know if there’s any other Cambodian sharing that complex because I just go to work and return home. The most I say to my neighbors are “Hi, how are you?” and “Have a nice day!” LOL

    Now I moved to a different area in the East Bay and still no Cambodian next door neighbor, but I have made friends with Khmer that I know from facebook who happened to live in and around the area. Once you know a couple, you will know more as time goes by because there will be BBQ and get together cooking on weekends since it’s our day off.

    If you want to see a lot of Khmer in one spot at one time, then go to Stockton. Don’t have to be on a holiday. You can find them at parks in the evening and in certain apartment complex (Park Village (99% Khmer lives in 300+ apartment), then there’s also Manchester and I forgot the rest LOL)

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    Welcome to San Francisco! I’m working in the Financial District so if you want to hang out, perhaps for happy hours after work, I’m up for it.

    [i]Originally posted by BayTownKhmer[/i]
    I actually found an apartment in Nob Hill. I work in Union Sqaure. When I first moved out here, I went to check out that temple. Unfortunately, I think it was closed. I’ve never been back since.

    But if anyone ever gets the chance to hang out around Union or Downtown area, hit me up. I’m always down to meet new Cambodian people. I’ll be the one who doesn’t speak Khmer to well.

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    [i]Originally posted by rexa[/i]
    The Khmer I know in SF spend most of their time at home or at work. You won’t catch them out and about. You can also meet Khmer at the Temple. This weekend the temple is having a 100 days remembrance for a well known man in SF community. Here’s the info:

    At Nagara Dhamma Temple (3225 Lincoln Way; tel 415-665-7566), between 33th
    and 34th Ave, SF

    On Saturday, June 16, 2012, at 10:00am
    with offering Lunch to Monks around 11:am, and end around 12:00 noon,
    and we’ll have lunch at the Temple, after 12:00 noon.

    What area are you working or living at? I don’t have a car either. Let’s be bus buddy and do happy hour together. I have my clipper card ready to go.

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    [i]Originally posted by BayTownKhmer[/i]
    So I’ve been in San Francisco for about 2 months, and still, no Khmer people. It probably depends on the places I hang out in. North Beach, Marina, SoMa, Mission. Not to many Cambodians in those areas. I was thinking of checking out the association in Oakland soon. As for Stockton, I’ve been there before as a kid. I don’t have a car, so was planning on heading over there any time soon.

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    [Message last modified 06-14-2012 10:17am by BayTownKhmer][/quote]

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    Driving and finding parking in SF can be difficult sometimes so a lot of us here in the city do use public transportation or just catch a cab.

    [i]Originally posted by rexa[/i]
    My heart was damage in San Francisco. My connection is here in the City. I may not give you good driving direction to places in the City but I know all my bus route. :)

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    [i]Originally posted by AhSaren[/i]
    She must’ve left her heart in San Francisco.
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    [i]Originally posted by VWAaron[/i]
    Rexa is taking over this thread :D

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    Yep. That’s right!

    [i]Originally posted by Alpha[/i]
    Driving and finding parking in SF can be difficult sometimes so a lot of us here in the city do use public transportation or just catch a cab.

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    [i]Originally posted by rexa[/i]
    My heart was damage in San Francisco. My connection is here in the City. I may not give you good driving direction to places in the City but I know all my bus route. :)

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    [i]Originally posted by AhSaren[/i]
    She must’ve left her heart in San Francisco.
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    [i]Originally posted by VWAaron[/i]
    Rexa is taking over this thread :D

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    Too bad I don’t work in the City anymore. I would join you for Happy hour or something. I just recently got laid off from my job. It’s been only one week and I already missed SF.

    Originally posted by Alpha
    Welcome to San Francisco! I’m working in the Financial District so if you want to hang out, perhaps for happy hours after work, I’m up for it.

    Originally posted by BayTownKhmer
    I actually found an apartment in Nob Hill. I work in Union Sqaure. When I first moved out here, I went to check out that temple. Unfortunately, I think it was closed. I’ve never been back since.

    But if anyone ever gets the chance to hang out around Union or Downtown area, hit me up. I’m always down to meet new Cambodian people. I’ll be the one who doesn’t spe

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    You are lucky to be working in the Financial District because there is EZ access to transportation especially BART. I work in the Design District so I have to take Bart and then a shuttle, and sometime more walking to get where I need to be.

    [i]Originally posted by Alpha[/i]
    Driving and finding parking in SF can be difficult sometimes so a lot of us here in the city do use public transportation or just catch a cab.

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    [i]Originally posted by rexa[/i]
    My heart was damage in San Francisco. My connection is here in the City. I may not give you good driving direction to places in the City but I know all my bus route. :)

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    [i]Originally posted by AhSaren[/i]
    She must’ve left her heart in San Francisco.
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    [i]Originally posted by VWAaron[/i]
    Rexa is taking over this thread :D

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    Yep… Seems like alot of the public transportation system serves the Financial District in SF. My muni ride comes by every 10 minutes and takes me directly to work in 15 minutes. Yes, lucky for me :).

    [i]Originally posted by xAteytakalx[/i]
    You are lucky to be working in the Financial District because there is EZ access to transportation especially BART. I work in the Design District so I have to take Bart and then a shuttle, and sometime more walking to get where I need to be.

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    [i]Originally posted by Alpha[/i]
    Driving and finding parking in SF can be difficult sometimes so a lot of us here in the city do use public transportation or just catch a cab.

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    [i]Originally posted by rexa[/i]
    My heart was damage in San Francisco. My connection is here in the City. I may not give you good driving direction to places in the City but I know all my bus route. :)

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    [i]Originally posted by AhSaren[/i]
    She must’ve left her heart in San Francisco.
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    [i]Originally posted by VWAaron[/i]
    Rexa is taking over this thread :D

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    My building as a free shuttle but by the time I hop off bart, wait for the shuttle to take me, it’s about the same time it takes for me to drive to work. Although it is good to know for those rainy day when you just don’t feel like driving. Or like that one day when the BART to the city was at a stand still and everybody hop in their car, traffic was a mess!

    [i]Originally posted by Alpha[/i]
    Yep… Seems like alot of the public transportation system serves the Financial District in SF. My muni ride comes by every 10 minutes and takes me directly to work in 15 minutes. Yes, lucky for me :).

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    [i]Originally posted by xAteytakalx[/i]
    You are lucky to be working in the Financial District because there is EZ access to transportation especially BART. I work in the Design District so I have to take Bart and then a shuttle, and sometime more walking to get where I need to be.

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    [i]Originally posted by Alpha[/i]
    Driving and finding parking in SF can be difficult sometimes so a lot of us here in the city do use public transportation or just catch a cab.

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    [i]Originally posted by rexa[/i]
    My heart was damage in San Francisco. My connection is here in the City. I may not give you good driving direction to places in the City but I know all my bus route. :)

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    [i]Originally posted by AhSaren[/i]
    She must’ve left her heart in San Francisco.
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    [i]Originally posted by VWAaron[/i]
    Rexa is taking over this thread :D

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    I think the West Oakland BART station was on fire so none of the trains were able to get into SF… Yes, that was a mess. I came into the office wondering why many of my co-workers were not in that day.

    [i]Originally posted by xAteytakalx[/i]
    My building as a free shuttle but by the time I hop off bart, wait for the shuttle to take me, it’s about the same time it takes for me to drive to work. Although it is good to know for those rainy day when you just don’t feel like driving. Or like that one day when the BART to the city was at a stand still and everybody hop in their car, traffic was a mess!

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    [i]Originally posted by Alpha[/i]
    Yep… Seems like alot of the public transportation system serves the Financial District in SF. My muni ride comes by every 10 minutes and takes me directly to work in 15 minutes. Yes, lucky for me :).

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    [i]Originally posted by xAteytakalx[/i]
    You are lucky to be working in the Financial District because there is EZ access to transportation especially BART. I work in the Design District so I have to take Bart and then a shuttle, and sometime more walking to get where I need to be.

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    [i]Originally posted by Alpha[/i]
    Driving and finding parking in SF can be difficult sometimes so a lot of us here in the city do use public transportation or just catch a cab.

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    [i]Originally posted by rexa[/i]
    My heart was damage in San Francisco. My connection is here in the City. I may not give you good driving direction to places in the City but I know all my bus route. :)

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    [i]Originally posted by AhSaren[/i]
    She must’ve left her heart in San Francisco.
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    [i]Originally posted by VWAaron[/i]
    Rexa is taking over this thread :D

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    Why not Canada girl? Wouldn’t you rather hang out with me and I don’t pride myself on drinking either so come!

    [i]Originally posted by rexa[/i]
    Come soon because am planning to move to Canada..LOL!! J/K Too cold for me.

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    [i]Originally posted by kimpirun98[/i]
    Hmmm!! it seems so happy overthere huh, I plan to move to settle in SF as well. Maybe, the ending of this year. So!!!
    Please you all do not forget to welcome me to be your best friend as well Ok!!! I just want to have afew shots of Cognac with Pailin first before I hit there.

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