Work hard. Raise children. Retire. And in between all that, have a little fun, eat good food, and travel. A normal life, for normal people.
For Kim and Helen Chuor, normal was what they desperately sought, without the in between stuff. During the five traumatic years of starvation and deprivation at the hands of Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge, all they wanted was the basics: food, a home, their family and most of all, safety.
Their story of struggle and escape is an incredible one. A tragic story of separation, loss, death but also of luck, hope and survival. Today, they have a normal life. They’ve worked hard, raised children, and retired. They’ve also had a little fun, eaten good food and travelled in between. But, they never forget the journey it took to have a normal life.
This is their story, for their grandchildren.
|Title:||From Cambodians To Kiwis: A Legacy|
|Dimensions:||5.5 x 8.5 x 0.30 inches|
|File Size (Kindle):||3952 KB|
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