Phatry Derek Pan

Khmerican

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Cambodian-American in Long Beach, where he runs the news website Khmerican

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Forty years ago today, Pol Pot and his Khmer Rouge took over Cambodia. They quickly turned the country into what was essentially one large prison camp.

The Story of a Cambodian Refugee in Southern California

Forty years ago today, Pol Pot and his Khmer Rouge took over Cambodia. They quickly turned the country into what was essentially one large prison camp.

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