- • 802–850 Jayavarman II
- • 1113–1150 Suryavarman II
- • 1181–1218 Jayavarman VII
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Khmer people are a Southeast Asian ethnic group native to Cambodia, accounting for over 97% of the country's 15.9 million people. They speak the Khmer language, which is part of the larger Austroasiatic language family found in parts of Southeast Asia, parts of central, eastern, and north eastern India, parts of Bangladesh in South Asia, in parts of Southern China and numerous islands in the Indian Ocean. The majority of the Khmer are followers of the Khmer style of Buddhism, a highly syncretic
The Thais of Khmer descent (Thai: ไทยเชื้อสายเขมร) or colloquially Northern Khmer people (Thai: เขมรเหนือ), is the designation used to refer to ethnic Khmers native to the Isan region of Northeast Thailand.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Khmer people are 97% of the people of Cambodia. They speak the Khmer language and most follow the Khmer style of Buddhism. There are over 15 million Khmers in Cambodia, and over a million Khmers in both Vietnam and Thailand.
Khmer people is part of WikiProject Cambodia, a project to improve all Cambodia-related articles. The WikiProject is also a part of the Counteracting systematic bias group on Wikipedia, aiming to provide a wider and more detailed coverage on countries and areas of the encyclopedia which are notably less developed than the rest.
Lowell, Massachusetts, has the second highest population of Cambodian Americans in the U.S., and is a center of Cambodian population on the east coast. 13% of its population is of Cambodian descent. Cambodian immigrants settled in Lowell during the mid-1980s, where they opened dozens of small businesses.
Khmer. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Khmer might mean: Anything to do with the Khmer people, an ethnic group in Cambodia. Khmer language. Khmer Rouge. This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Khmer. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.
The Khmer Rouge then fled to Thailand, whose government saw them as a buffer force against the Communist Vietnamese. The Khmer Rouge continued to fight against the Vietnamese and the government of the new People's Republic of Kampuchea during the Cambodian–Vietnamese War which ended in 1989.
The Khmer People's National Liberation Armed Forces (KPNLAF) was the military component of the Khmer People's National Liberation Front (KPNLF) a political front organized in 1979 in opposition to the Vietnamese-installed People's Republic of Kampuchea (PRK) regime in Cambodia.