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Mey Sokuntheary and her Husband

Mey Sokuntheary is from Phnom Penh. She goes by the name Nary and she tells about her life as she struggled during the Khmer Rouge regime without a mother. Her father died in 1981 and she had to stop her education. She says that being a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has freed her from her troubles.
“The things I say in this interview are true.”transcript

 

 

Chan Thearin

Chan Thearin is 74 at the time she is interviewed. She shares about her life and her struggles and how she has seen and endured many things. She wants to live her life in peace and wants her grandchildren to be good people who will carry on her legacy.

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Mey Sokuntheary is from Phnom Penh. She goes by the name Nary and she tells about her life as sh struggled during the Khmer Rouge regime without a mother. Her father died in 1981 and she had to stop her education. She says that being a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has freed her from her troubles. "The things I say in this interview are true."