An estimated 27 million people are victims of slavery around the world, according to the U. Loch’s nightmare began when she was a child in Phnom Penh. “In Cambodia, many fathers rape their daughters; brothers rape their sisters.” Consistently ranked as one of the poorest and most corrupt nations in the world, Cambodia is still reeling from the brutal Khmer Rouge regime, which massacred as many as 2 million people in the 1970s. “I wanted to die.”That might have indeed been her fate if a woman hadn’t come along, offering to help.
To provide access without cookies would require the site to create a new session for every page you visit, which slows the system down to an unacceptable level.Hun's life changed from a hardscrabble Cambodian village existence in Skoun, Kampong Cham, in 1996, when her granddaughter bumped into a Korean businessman, Hwang Ki Yun.Hun clasped his hand and wept for an hour at finally meeting a fellow Korean, and told him her life story.More than 50 years after being brought to Cambodia during the Second World War to provide sexual services to Japanese troops, her lifelong dream was fulfilled.She was on her way back to live in her native land at last - and she had become an inadvertent celebrity as well.
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