NZ photo exhibition: Children of Cambodia

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NZ photo exhibition: Children of Cambodia

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A whole generation of artists, intellectuals and teachers was lost to Cambodia at the hands of the brutal Khmer Rouge regime in the 1970s. Many families in Cambodia still live in desperate poverty but the country is gradually taking charge of its future, one child at a time.

Auckland photographer Stacey Simpkin photographed some of these children during visits to Cambodia with the New Zealand-based Cambodia Charitable Trust. The Trust was established by Tauranga lawyer Denise Arnold to bring hope and opportunity to the rural poor of Cambodia, through education and community development...
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