CAMBODIA’S VULNERABLE LANGUAGE
Yet these ethnographers and activists continue to work to assist the Binong people, both in Cambodia and overseas. The networks connect with Cambodia, and hence facilitate the transfer of cultural and other commodities, and hence work tirelessly to sustain heritage across generations.
Much work on the Bunong language and community over the past few years has been through ethnographic work, both in the social sense and in the academic sense.
This work has proceeded for several decades, and has had little to no support, at times, from formal bodies, such as foundations, government and non-government organizations.