There was a woman looking seriously at the exhibition at Ta Mok House. It is said that the woman came from Phnom Penh. She came close to Ta Mok House with her family, but she only came to see this museum. Her parents were forced to work in the Khmer Rouge era. According to her, it is a miracle that her parents lived safely. The children of every photos in this museum are smiling. The pain of forced labor is not shown here. There were many journalists at that time, and many scenes are made for the interviews. How was it actually?
I am administrator of 4awalk. This site is a real space archive on conflicts such as war, terrorism, conflict, etc. People who are authenticated can be posted freely. Drop posts and visit sites!