Surviving Cambodia, The Khmer Rouge Regime by Bun T. Lim

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"This is a true story about one of many family's life and death in Cambodia during The Khmer Rouge Regime. What we did to survive, to escape to a better place and hope for a better life. We've lost many family members during the bloodshed of The Khmer Rouge.

The four of us were very fortunate to survive these ordeals. With luck, faith, perseverance and survival instinct, we've escaped Cambodia and made it to America."

About Bun T. Lim

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I am Bunthong Lim; I was born in Phnom Penh, Cambodia on January 1st, 1967. My father is Sun Chiev Suor and my mother is Kim Heak Lim. Both of my parents are deceased. I have one older sister Bunsay (Amanda Lim) and one younger brother Bunpa Lim. I am the middle child of the three. I am married to a thoughtful, loving, caring and beautiful woman whom I love very much (Hoa Lim). We have two beautiful daughters, Emily and Alissa Lim. They are the pride and joy of our lives! My hobbies include reading, listening to my favorite music, watching movies, exercising, attending auto/motorcycle shows, hanging out with good friends and riding my motorcycles-Just being free and loving life. My goals in life are to be the best person that I can be, and to be a better person than I was yesterday. I appreciate life as it is. I live life fully, passionately and with sincerity each day.
Published April 4, 2007 by Trafford. 202 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Travel. Non-fiction

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