I’m a little nonplussed when my tour guide in Cambodia tells me he was once a member of the Khmer Rouge.
What, the brutal dictatorship of the 1970s that slaughtered more than 2-million of its own people? That wiped out education, money and religion, and forced people out of the cities to farm the land, where thousands more died of starvation? The ones that killed your father?
Yes, says Heng Seng Hok, that’s them.