Confronting the Cambodian Genocide Through Oral History
Mimi Kirk, CITYLAB
For decades, information about the Cambodian genocide wasn’t part of official public culture. A 1991 peace accord, for instance, mandated that school textbooks not include material on the killing fields. However, this week an exhibit at the Bophana Audiovisual Resource Center in the capital, Phnom Penh, highlights the recollections of 10 survivors through video interviews and dioramas.
Legco President “Strongly Condemns Violent Action” Of Youngspiration Duo
Kris Cheng, HONG KONG FREE PRESS
The Legislative Council president has said he “strongly condemns the violent action” of two Youngspiration lawmakers and a group of people assisting …read more
Source: Victims of Communism