Phung Huynh: The Khmerican Donut Kid Experience

Clip | 6m 22s  | Video has closed captioning.

Almost 90% of doughnut shops in California are owned by Cambodian refugees, says artist Phung Huynh. She draws the portraits of first-generation and second-generation Cambodian Americans on pink doughnut boxes — a ubiquitous symbol of the sweet treat in California. Her artwork pays homage to the trials and triumphs of immigrants making a new life in a foreign country.

Aired: 08/30/22

Rating: NR

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Artbound is a local public television program presented by PBS SoCal | KCET.
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