Tuol Sleng S-21 Torture camp, Cambodia

7 August 2011

I visited the killing fields of Cheoung Ek, just outside Phnom Penh. It was sobering to see the shelves of skulls and learn how the excavation of more bodies have ceased as there were insufficient number of genocidal monuments to house the bones of those killed during the Khmer Rouge‘s regime during 1975-9. There is so much to share about the killing fields, the Khmer Rouge regime and the Tuol Sleng torture camp but I cant seem to articulate it all right now. Perhaps tomorrow.

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