From S-21

Posted: May 23, 2007 in Photos
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I had been to the Toul Sleng Genocide Museum, also know as S-21 (SecurityPrison 21) for several times but had never taken it a photo. On 20 May, I was there again with a freelance Japanese photojournalist to help him interpreting interviews with some Khmers visitors at the museum and getting some snapshots. Out of 17,000 people was imprisoned there were only 7 survivors and now only three of them are still alive. Actually before going to the museum, I had helped the journalist interpreting the interview with Mr. Van Nath, one of the three survivors and now running a restaurant in Phnom Penh. Frankly, it was less inspiring than I expected and I did not ask him to take a photograph as I planned. Read more about S-21

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