Ly Sambo, a survivor of the Khmer Rouge atrocities and a former refugee, is the author of a memoir titled “All I Heard Was My Sorrow.” In it, she wrote about her escape from the Khmer Rouge genocide, and her work as an interpreter for World Vision in Khao I-Dang refugee camp before immigrating to America. “All I Heard Was My Sorrow” helps Sambo in her journey to heal herself from a painful past through gratitude.
Cambodian cinema fans are being treated to an unprecedented range of films at this year's Cambodian International Film Festival. In its fifth year the six-day festival is starting to attract serious international recognition and one very well known guest. David Boyle reports.