Theary Seng speaking with Canadian Ambassador Donica Pottie (left) and with UN Special Representative for Human Rights Defender Hina Jilani and other leading Cambodian human rights leaders after the panel discussion (Dec. 2006).
International Human Rights Day (Wat Botum, Dec. 2008) Theary Seng speaking to thousands of human rights activists in celebration of the 60th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The beautiful faces of Yim Sotheary, Eam Sivnin, Ry Noyel, Sem Pheaktra joining their director Theary Seng in the audience of thousands human rights activists from all over Cambodia for the celebration (Dec. 2008).
Theary Seng with US Ambassador Carol Rodley, UN Representative for Human Rights Christophe Peschoux, ADHOC president Thun Saray and others in the releasing of balloons to celebrate International Human Rights Day (Wat Botum, 10 Dec. 2008).
WASMB co-founder/vice-president Theary Seng with other WASMB officers and senior members at WASMB Fundraising Gala (Hotel Cambodiana, 2005)
Running to catch a flight home from Newark International Airport, I had to stop to snap a photo of this CARE billboard of this beautiful woman wearing the signature Khmer all-purpose krama, proclaiming "I am powerful" (25 May 2010, Newark Int'l Airport)
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Pray the Devil Back to Hell
CSD director Theary Seng and Honorable Mu Sochua hosting Abigail Disney's film premiere (winner of Tribeca Film Festival) at FCC (April 2008).
New Year Baby
CSD Theary Seng and US Embassy joint screening of New Year Baby in Phnom Penh (FCC, 24 Feb. 2007).
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