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Vith Ing

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A Journey to the Motherland (Cambodia)

PRESENTED ON MAY 31, 2018
IN LONG BEACH @ VOL 9

Vith Ing, Photojournalist

“A Journey to the Motherland”

A survivor of the Cambodian Killing Fields, an athlete, a reporter with L.B. in Your City News, in a wheelchair and an all-around "bad ass" describes his journey to the motherland after escaping several years prior from the Cambodian Killing Fields.

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