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Meeting of hope

Meeting of hope

Dear Sir,

F or the past two years, your newspaper had provided vital information to many Cambodians in the country and outside the country.

To most Cambodians living in United States, the Phnom Penh Post is the best newspaper ever that has served us abroad.

Consequently, we are looking up to you for help to inform Cambodian people about our consolidated efforts to help shape up our nation's future; therefore we have an honor to invite you and any readers to attend a Cambodian Hope Conference that will be held in Stockton, California at the end of this year.

At this meeting we will discuss some main issues that are related to the current problems in Cambodia, and hopefully we could offer some alternatives to these problems.

Our conference is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday Dec 10-11, 1994 at the following address:

The Plaza of Stockton, 111 East March Lane Stockton, CA 95207

- Pong Kith Conference Coordinator, Neutral Democratic Party of Cambodia, Stockton, CA, USA

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