This is the second post in the series. See the first part here.
Chiny Ky, a teacher in the School District of Philadelphia, came to the United States from Cambodia in 1980 as a refugee from Khmer Rouge persecution. In this part of the interview series, he tells us about his life during the first year of Khmer Rouge rule. How did the Khmer Rouge control the Cambodian people? Who were their targets? How did Ky survive as a medical student under a fiercely anti-intellectual regime?
Previously in the series: