Kallayan Thuch

Kallayan Thuch Kallayan is a graduate of Long Beach City College. She is a self-described hyper-masculine illustrator, graphic designer, gamer and fitness freak. She left enough of a mark at LBCC's The Viking to be awarded an editor-in-chief award despite never being an editor-in-chief there.

Posts by Kallayan Thuch:

Op-Ed: Trigger Warnings Won’t Help Us Grow

Mar. 10, 2016 / By
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Young adults entering college should expect to handle things that might upset them. Instead, trigger warnings now allow students to avoid difficult discussions and police what others say.

Khmerican – Connecting the Cambodian Diaspora

Mar. 20, 2015 / By and
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As two major Cambodian important dates-- Khmer New Year on April 13 and the Day of Remembrance on May 20-- approach, we spoke to local ethnic media hub, Khmerican, about the importance of connecting Cambodian-Americans with the homeland.

Beyond Khmer New Year: Why Aren’t LB Cambodians Engaged Throughout the Year?

Apr. 8, 2014 / By
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For the observer, Cambodian-Americans are known mostly as survivors of the Pol Pot genocide of 1975, the Khmer Rouge...

Beneficial or Scary: Weighing the Pros & Cons Of Having Older Parents

Jan. 31, 2014 / By and
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As life expectancy continues to lengthen and people are choosing to become parents at much later times in their lives, we’re seeing more couples successfully raising children to adulthood...