After almost 8-years of living in Cambodia, Sleepy little Battambang has always been one of my favourite destinations.Read More
After years of displacement in Vietnam, many Phnong villages returned to Cambodia in 1986. With entire villages fleeing the US bombings in the early 1970s, they sought refuge in Vietnam, where they were exposed to Christian aid from missionaries. Returning home, not only has the villages changed from the war, but so had the Phnong people...Read More
In 1973 as relations between the Khmer Rouge and Vietnam deteriorated, a paranoia kicked in, sparking a wave of purges in the highlands bordering Vietnam. In 1977 another wave of purges was sparked after cadres escaped to Vietnam.
Through research, we sourced the Khmer Rouge case files of prominent high ranking indigenous officers who were arrested and killed by the regime. From these files, the surviving family members of Cadre Horm were tracked down.Read More
From 1970 - 1979 the Khmer Rouge took control of Mondulkiri province in Cambodias northeast. Between these years it was known as Khmer Rouge Region 105. They controlled this region five-years before the fall of Phnom Penh, and most of Cambodia.Read More