Cambodia: To the Peaceful World

Cambodia Peaceful World

When I visited the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek Memorial, and the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, I was speechless. Without going into details of the atrocities that happened in Cambodia in the 1970’s, I was in disbelief, saddened, angered, and shocked, to say the least, about what I learned when I toured these two memorials. I cannot even write a blog about it really. And as I walked around, I could not, just could not, take any pictures there.

Cambodia Peaceful World

Cambodia Peaceful World

Cambodia Peaceful World

Except for taking these few pictures of this refreshing art exhibit at the Genocide Museum towards the end of my emotional visit. Reminding me, and all of us, about peace. Created by children both in Cambodia, and in Okinawa, Japan, let’s fly the seeds of peace.

Cambodia Peaceful World

Cambodia Peaceful World

Cambodia Peaceful World

Cambodia Peaceful World

Cambodia Peaceful World

Here’s to the peaceful world!

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