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“Stand up and share”: Koliyan cofounder responds to Phoodie’s “Pol Pot Stickers” blog post.

Sovanna Pouv

When Anna Hitchens read an article about her Cambodian dessert company that featured an offensive headline, she decided to take that opportunity to share more about her family’s history.

In March, Philadelphia food blog Phoodie,info published a post about Koliyan, Hitchens’ dessert company, headlined “Lunch Break: Pol Pot Stickers Edition.”

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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Awesome how social media makes it possible to start important cultural conversations and develop stronger understandings among people.