SF Police Shoot Wheelchair-Bound Man

New America Media, Video, Mike Siv, Posted: Jan 07, 2011

Police shooting of a wheelchair-bound man in San Francisco has caused many people in the neighborhood to question the police department's actions.




Rescuing Cambodia with an Accordion—the Man Who Would Be Prime Minister

New America Media, Video, Mike Siv, Posted: Aug 26, 2010

Daran Kravanh, who survived Cambodia’s Killing Fields by playing the accordion, is risking his life again by running for prime minister in his native country.




Bokator: Revival of An Ancient Cambodian Martial Art

New America Media, Video, Mike Siv, Posted: May 25, 2010

Master San Kim Sean survived the Killing Fields and returned to Cambodia from the U.S. to revive Cambodia's ancient martial art.




Census: Asian Undercount Would Mean Billions of Dollars Lost for California

New America Media, Video, Mike Siv, Posted: Feb 12, 2010

California lost an estimated $2 billion in federal funding over the last decade due to the undercount of Asians and Pacific Islanders during the 2000 Census. Advocates who serve the Southeast Asian community in Northern California gathered in Oakland to make sure their communities are counted in the 2010 Census.