Phung Huynh

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LA artist Phung Huynh honors the kids of Cambodian American immigrants and refugees in her new exhibit, “Donut (W)hole.”

‘Donut (W)hole’: Meet kids of Cambodian immigrants and refugees

LA artist Phung Huynh honors the kids of Cambodian American immigrants and refugees in her new exhibit, “Donut (W)hole.”

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