From 1975 to 1979, Cambodia lived through a genocide of unimaginable horror. In killing fields across the country, Khmer Rouge committed atrocities against their own people called out as class enemies. But only a few of the top perpetrators stood trial, and most resumed normal lives alongside the victims and their families. What is this like? How does it feel to continue living like this day after day? I ask these tough questions among my family and neighbors, and share the conversation with you
I’m passionate about journalism and international studies, and optimistic that better times are ahead for my country.
Live thoughtfully, because your footsteps may tread on others.