- 1989 ----- color ----- 60 min ----- vhs
More than 300,000 Cambodians are living in "temporary" evacuation sites along the Thai-Cambodian border; many have lived in these condition since 1979. The largest of these camps is Site-2, with a population of over 180,000. Follows the daily life of Yan Chheing, a sixty-year old grandmother and former peasant farmer, her daughter and three grandchildren. As she speaks of their present situation, the personal and tragic story of her family is shown.
- Topics: (Southeast Asian Studies, Third World, War and Peace)