“Preserving Lost Cambodian Tales” by Brian Badzmierowski. Khmer Times. January 4, 2021.
“BYU students, creator of Alexa develop software to preserve Cambodian stories” by Christie Allen. BYU Communications (December 2020)
“How the Cambodian Oral History Project is Healing the Nation” by Emma Benson. Borgan Magazine. November 1, 2020.
“Remembering 5,000 Stories of Cambodia.” Humanities magazine. Spring 2020.
Saving Cambodia’s Lost Stories, Connecting Generations. Brigham Young University Communications video production. (Julie Walker, Producer), July 2020. 6:32 min piece on the background of the Cambodian Oral History Project, with clips from interviewees.
Podcast with BYU International Cinema, Director Prof. Chip Oscarson, on the Denny Do film, Funan. Funan is full length animated French language drama based on the struggles of the director’s mother during the Khmer Rouge Era (1975-79) in Cambodia. Brigham Young University International Cinema (IC)
“The Cambodian Oral History Project.” The Power of Preserving Oral History. With Brian Croxall. RootsTech 2019. Salt Lake City, Utah. March 1, 2019.
Saving Cambodian Stories” BYU Magazine. Winter 2019.
“The Cambodia Oral History Project” Constant Wonder with Marcus Smith. KBYU Radio. (Original airdate: 9/19/2018).
“BYU Cambodian Oral History Project connects generations” Daily Universe. August 7, 2018
“Khmer Rouge Survivors Speak.” Top of Mind with Julie Rose. KBYU Radio. (Original airdate: March 20, 2018).
“From Papeete to Phnom Penh: Speaking of the Chinese Diaspora.” BYU College of Humanities Annual Barker Lecture. November 2017. Link
“Totally Foreign Languages” Radio Thinking Aloud with Marcus Smith. KBYU. (Original airdate: 3/14/2013).
“The Brigham Young University Flagship Program and its Role in the Utah Foreign Language Environment.” Testimony to the United States Congress. (September 23, 2008.)
“Importance of Learning Chinese” Thinking Aloud with Marcus Smith. KBYU Radio. (Original airdate: 9/12/2007).