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August 31, 2013

Laotian-American monument’ was about freedom and liberty

“BUILDING THE AMERICAN-LAOTIAN REFUGEE DREAM”
Bory Kem is Breaking the News!
Lowell, Massachusetts – Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2013
Congratulation to Lao-American Community!
- Laotian-American monument has been approved at City of Lowell
City Counselor of Lowell Massachusetts Madam Rita M Mercier and Counselor Vesna Nuon filed and voiced to support with an honorary motion to suspend the Lao-American Community Flag to hold on in place stand tall at the City of Lowell as officially in the City of Lowell until Saturday, Aug. 17, 2013 in Massachusetts of the United States.
BUILDING THE AMERICAN-LAOTIAN REFUGEE DREAM
The Creation of a national monument honoring Laotian Refugee from the Kingdom of Laos (Laos) after Lao Communist took over 1975, all of them has been escape brutal from Lao Communist to an initial planning stages to its setting a new life in the United States of America.
Design of the Laotian Refugee Symbols Memorial
The Memorial conveys three themes that were central throughout Laotian Refugee’s life – democracy, justice, and hope. The centerpiece of the American-Laotian National Memorial is the “Stone of Hope and Symbol”, a 3-foot statue of Red Flag with a three head of Elephant, gazing into the horizon and concentrating on the future and hope for humanity.
PHOTO: Bory Kem and Manothay M Naovarangsy
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