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  • Donors in Khmer (PDF)

  • More nfo in Khmer
  • UNHCR Refugee Certificate
  • KC-News Stockton, Ca
  • Previous ThankYou
  • About Sunnix by Vannak
  • About Sunnix by Huy in Khmer
  • Sunnix by Huy (PDF Format)

  • Thank You After Arrival (mp3)
  • Thanks from Ms. Touch Sunnix
  • Thanks from Mr. Sieng Touch
  • Words from Mr. Kit Pong







    Almost a year ago, Touch Sunnix's story has touched all of our Cambodians' hearts at home and abroad and we pray for her fast recovery. She was previously being cared at a hospital in Thailand with steady recovery. Because of strong supports from Cambodians all over the world, she had been accepted to the US with refugee status. We have set up a donation center for anyone who would like to contribute to her fund. All the donations will go to help pay for her medical expense. She and her family arrived in the United States on January 21, and she is presently being cared at a hosptial in Northern California. On behalf of her and her family, we want to thank you for your kindness of support her needs.

    For more info:

    Attn: Perom Uch

    Before March 2004 - Thailand January 2005 - United States

    Click here to read more! (written by Ly Diep - Angkor Borey)

    Photos of Mr. Perom Uch Visiting Touch Sunnix and Family at Hospital, the United States
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    Team in General to Help Raise Fund
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    Perom Uch - Coordinator (San Jose, California, U.S.A)
    VP of San Jose Cambodian Buddhist Society - http://www.wattkhmer.org

    Phillip Lim - Secretary (Tracy, California, U.S.A.)
    President of CARA - http://www.caraweb.org

    Ly Diep ( Anaheim, California, U.S.A.)
    Angkor Borei News

    Sharon Young / Sam Chau (Fall Church, Virginia, U.S.A.)
    Cambodian Children Association - http://www.volunteersolutions.org/acvo/org/1146677.html

    Sidney Leang (Lowell, Massachusetts, U.S.A.)
    VOCC Radio/Angkeavith - http://www.cambodianvoices.org/index.htm

    Sam Ork Pheng (Stocton, California, U.S.A.)
    KC News / Sovanna - APSARA Dance Group

    Chanly Bob / Mike Lim - (Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.)
    Cambodian Community of Oregon - http://www.cacoregon.org

    So Bun - Publication Management / Web (San Jose, California, U.S.A.)
    San Jose Cambodian Buddhist Society

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    About Sunix from her Classmate, Vannak Huy
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    1- Sunnix and I [Vannak]
    Sunnix and I attended the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences at the Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP) in 1996, and we both graduated in June 2000. I was proud to have her in my class because she was a pop singer and a helpful friend. She was smart, yet she often skipped classes due to the nature of her business.

    It was hard for classmates to ask her to sing in the class. But one day, she decided to sing a song for us. Only at that time did I hear her natural singing voice.

    In 1996 and 1997 she drove her motorbike, Deluxe Cub, to school by herself. Sometimes her father used his white car, Toyota Camary, to drive her to school. From 1998 on, she drove a car, a sports model, to school by herself.

    Between 2000 and 2001, she studied at the Faculty of Pedagogy with my then fiancee, Theavy. I did not pursue my study there because I had a job with Documentation Center of Cambodia (DC-Cam). But we still kept good contact.

    In February 2002, she and her father came to my wedding. She sang several songs during my wedding. We took pictures and video for keepsakes.

    Even before she was attacked on October 21, 2003, I told her that I wanted to write a book about her. She said, “OK, but wait!”.

    Before I left Cambodia for the USA to pursue my advance study, I talked to her nephew about that book. However, I still did not have permission to write it because I was informed that her father did not want to recall about her life. I really do understand her father’s heart. So far, I did not do anything about the book.

    I am optimistic that her biography will be popular, and I also hope to help her and the Cambodian people to understand her life better.

    2 - Sunnix and I [Vannak] on the tragedy day!

    At about 12:30 P.M. on October 21, 2003, I got a call from Mr. Youk Chhang informing me that Sunnix was shot. Youk told me that it happened at Tuol Tumpoung Market. In fact it happened at Derm Kor Market. I called to her house immediately and her younger brother received my call. I got the information that her mother was sent to Calmet Hospital, but she died soon after arriving at the hospital. Sunnix was sent to Sihanouk Hospital.

    On that day (October 21) I wrote an article to the Editor of Rasmei Kampuchea Daily Newspaper to call for government and civil authorities to take actions on her case and to awake Cambodians to stop such senseless tragedies.

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