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Lowell hopes to put ‘Little Cambodia’ on the map

Campaign would promote ethnic quarter as tourist destination

Chi Kong (left) and Vong Choum said a blessing last month before a meal at Lowell’s Glory Buddhist Temple. Chi Kong (left) and Vong Choum said a blessing last month before a meal at Lowell’s Glory Buddhist Temple. (Erik Jacobs for The Boston Globe)
By Sarah Schweitzer
Globe Staff / February 15, 2010

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LOWELL - In this city, long a magnet for immigrants, the Cambodian neighborhood has been just one more ethnic quarter, a place where, like the Irish and Dominicans before them, Cambodians labored to navigate the ways of American life. (Full article: 817 words)

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