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I Am Pol Pot By Steve Otto
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The 1970s brought us the turbulence of the Vietnam War and its protest by students and youth who where un-willing to fight for a cause that seemed unsinkable and useless. When President Richard Nixon... More > spread the Vietnam War to Kampuchea, (called Cambodia today) he not only caused outrage and protest at home, including the Kent State Ohio massacres, but he also threw Kampuchea into a state of civil war. His inept handling of the situation brought about one of the strangest social experiment of the 20th Century. Pol Pot ruled through a committee known for the first year only as the Ankar (organization). His name was not even spoken to the Kampuchean people for two years. His Communist Party of Kampuchea had amassed a powerful movement of disenfranchised peasants, who were loyal to him and his regime. The Residence of Phnom Penh, the city’s capital, were not so lucky. They were treated with suspicion. And punishment for those deemed “un-redeemable” was harsh.< Less
Cambodian New Testament By Pastor Sy Seng Ouk
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Cambodian New Testament KJV with study notes, 3rd Edition, 5/27/2012. Printed in Khmer language.
He Knows The Plan By Chenda Tom
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For many years, the Khmer Rouge, a communist regime, had been training soldiers in the forest and creating an army to take over the country of Cambodia. On April 17, 1975, the Khmer Rouge paraded... More > through Phnom Penh, the capitol, to exterminate the city of “bugs”. People were first told that they would temporarily have to leave their homes for three days. Some of the adults knew better than to believe this story because rumors had been spreading all over Cambodia about the terrible things occurring in villages and towns. People from the villages and towns had been coming into Phnom Penh and living in parks or any open area in the capitol because their homes were taken over or destroyed by the Khmer Rouge soldiers. Cambodia was a peaceful and self-sufficient country, full of people who only desired peace. We came to believe the propaganda being told because there was not an alternate option. Questions became fears, fears turned into belief that the Khmer Rouge soldiers would protect us.< Less
He Knows the Plan: A Story of Survival and Resilience By Chenda Tom
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For many years, the Khmer Rouge, a communist regime, had been training soldiers in the forest and creating an army to take over the country of Cambodia. On April 17, 1975, the Khmer Rouge paraded... More > through Phnom Penh, the capitol, to exterminate the city of “bugs”. People were first told that they would temporarily have to leave their homes for three days. Some of the adults knew better than to believe this story because rumors had been spreading all over Cambodia about the terrible things occurring in villages and towns. People from the villages and towns had been coming into Phnom Penh and living in parks or any open area in the capitol because their homes were taken over or destroyed by the Khmer Rouge soldiers. Cambodia was a peaceful and self-sufficient country, full of people who only desired peace. We came to believe the propaganda being told because there was not an alternate option. Questions became fears, fears turned into belief that the Khmer Rouge soldiers would protect us.< Less
Susie and Penny By Jacqueline Viens
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'Susie and Penny' is an interactive Children's book. This book is intended to involve children in a hands-on story experience, as it is designed as a coloring book. Not only will children be able... More > to follow the story, but interact and incorporate their own creativity into it. It is written also to show the English and Khmer (Cambodia's National Language) languages together. The illustrations encourage children to color in each drawing, spending time with the story, and the words in both languages. 'Susie and Penny' proceeds benefit Caring For Cambodia, www.caringforcambodia.org. CFC educates children in Siem Reap, Cambodia, helping them build a brighter future...one child at a time.< Less
Sun and Moon By Richard F. Mollica & Svang Tor
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This new comic entitled Sun and Moon, is the first time the Cambodian genocide of the Pol Pot regime that killed over 2 million persons has been graphically displayed in comic book format. Sun and... More > Moon depicts the exciting, and sometimes painful journey of brother and sister as they search for their missing parents who have been made to “disappear” by the Pol Pot soldiers. After being raised by two magical and powerful Cambodian characters- A Hermit Monk and a Queen Snake—they discover they have taken on the powers of their adoptive parents. This comic is a wonderful story of superhuman love and devotion. Everyone, can enjoy the beautiful illustrations and powerful storyline in Sun and Moon. In addition, to the curious adolescent reader, Sun and Moon can be used as a literary device to speak about trauma and loss in the classroom. Sun and Moon is a delightful antidote to a violent world.< Less
Towards a Christian Pastoral Approach to Cambodian Culture By Gerard Ravasco
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A short treatment on how various religions influenced Cambodia into what it is now and on how foreigners who visit or stay in this country could adapt to their religious blendings. ISBN... More > 978-1-4116-9330-2 (Master of Theology thesis, South African Theological Seminary)< Less
The Rise & Fall of Southeast Asia's Empires By don lehman jr.
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The Author treats Southeast Asia as a unified and distinct cultural entity. The narrative begins with her tectonic development and ends with the arrival of the Europeans circa 1500 CE.
Starving Season: One Person’s Story By Seang M. Seng MD
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Seang Seng was born and raised in Cambodia, the Southeast Asian country Prince Sihanouk had coined an “Island of Peace.” The Cambodian people knew only two natural seasons: the dry and... More > the rainy. In the dry season, farmers celebrated the harvest. At the New Year, farmers and city dwellers alike brought rice and prepared foods to the temple to celebrate. During the rainy season, farmers prepared their fields and planted new crops with hopes for a bountiful future harvest. In the cities, students studied, moviegoers flocked to the popular cinemas, and sidewalk vendors hawked all manner of plentiful food and drink. But once the barbaric Khmer Rouge seized power in April 1975, they forcibly evacuated the cities, including the capital of Phnom Penh, and fourth-year medical student Seang Seng found himself and his family of 24 persons driven into a countryside of forced labor camps that would come to be known as the "Killing Fields."< Less
Starving Season: One Person’s Story By Seang M. Seng MD
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Seang Seng was born and raised in Cambodia, the Southeast Asian country Prince Sihanouk had coined an “Island of Peace.” The Cambodian people knew only two natural seasons: the dry and... More > the rainy. In the dry season, farmers celebrated the harvest. At the New Year, farmers and city dwellers alike brought rice and prepared foods to the temple to celebrate. During the rainy season, farmers prepared their fields and planted new crops with hopes for a bountiful future harvest. In the cities, students studied, moviegoers flocked to the popular cinemas, and sidewalk vendors hawked all manner of plentiful food and drink. But once the barbaric Khmer Rouge seized power in April 1975, they forcibly evacuated the cities, including the capital of Phnom Penh, and fourth-year medical student Seang Seng found himself and his family of 24 persons driven into a countryside of forced labor camps that would come to be known as the "Killing Fields."< Less

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