Year of the Rabbit by Tian Veasna from Drawn+Quarterly presents an especially poignant view of the Khmer Rouge by showing it through human eyes.
Sieu Sean Do says his new book “A Cloak of Good Fortune” is different from other memoirs by people who survived atrocities committed by the Khmer Rouge.
Our lecture this week is titled “First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers,” and features American-Cambodian human rights activist and author, Loung Ung.
MIT writer’s new work, “Three Flames,” explores the fractures and bonds among kin in a rebuilding society.
When Simone Leng recalls her family’s experience living under the Khmer Rouge, she can still hear the voices screaming for help in the dead of night.
True confession: Novels with do-gooder intentions make me wary.
An East Texas man has published a book on his harrowing time as a prisoner of a brutal totalitarian regime in southeast Asia.
A Cambodian translator has coined a new Khmer term for the word “Holocaust” for use in new Documentation Center of Cambodia (DC-Cam) publications, including her Khmer-language translation of a memoir by a Holocaust survivor that was released in Phnom Penh on 19 July 2019.
She was just five years old when the revolutionaries known as the Khmer Rouge took control of her home country of Cambodia.
A new book illustrates the risk one Cambodian family took to keep valued photographs out of the Khmer Rouge's clutches.
As someone who is half-Khmer, it’s always been a looming fact in my household that my father survived the Cambodian genocide as a child in the late-1970s.