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Posted by Sara Im on 02/02/2022

Book: How I Survived the Killing Fields- A Story of Hope, Love and Determination


The result of the mass genocide in Cambodia, (1975- 1979) was the loss of one-fourth of the Cambodian population. That’s more than two million people who died under the tyranny of the Khmer Rouge in the 1970s, before a Vietnamese invasion forced the hideous regime to give up control of the central government in 1979. Remarkably, some people survived this horrific oppression and have lived to tell their stories of how they managed to do so, despite almost impossible odds. One of those people is Sara Im. Sara shares the remarkable challenges she faced and how she found her way to freedom in her book, “How I Survived the Killing Fields- A Story of Hope, Love and Determination.” Readers find it to be a remarkable story. Beyond the physical and psychological demands of life in a forced labor camp for four years, Sara battled multiple serious diseases simultaneously. With no access to medical care, nutrition, proper rest or adequate sleep, she was near death several times. However, with hope, love and determination, along with her strong religious faith and love for her family, she somehow managed to regain her health and escape the horrific oppression plaguing her homeland. 

Book: How I Survived the Killing Fields- A Story of Hope, Love and Determination

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