Photographs by Ann-Christine Woehrl
This temporary exhibition focuses on the life of Mr. Khieu Sakuor, a Cambodian student who struggled through years of hardship to study in Japan, then decided to come back to Cambodia in 1976 to help rebuild the country. He was later imprisoned at S-21 and executed in February 1977.
The exhibition also aims to bring peace to the souls of students and intellectuals who were killed by the Khmer Rouge, to demonstrate the politics and propaganda of the Khmer Rouge and to encourage the public to contribute information, photos, documents and physical evidence related to the Khmer Rouge regime.
This exhibition is located in Building A, 2nd floor.