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Y-Dang Troeung (張依蘭) (ទ្រឿងអ៊ីដាង)

Y-Dang Troeung (張依蘭) (ទ្រឿងអ៊ីដាង) was a deeply loved mother, researcher, writer, and Assistant Professor of English at the University of British Columbia. Her first book, Refugee Lifeworlds: The Afterlife of the Cold War in Cambodia, explored the enduring impact of war, genocide and displacement. She co-directed the short film Easter Epic and organized the exhibition Remembering Cambodian Border Camps, 40 Years Later at Phnom Penh's Bophana Center. She died of pancreatic cancer at the age of 42.

Y-Dang Troeung (張依蘭) (ទ្រឿងអ៊ីដាង) was a deeply loved mother, researcher, writer, and Assistant Professor of English at the University of British Columbia. Her first book, Refugee Lifeworlds: The Afterlife of the Cold War in Cambodia, explored the enduring impact of war, genocide and displacement. She co-directed the short film Easter Epic and organized the exhibition Remembering Cambodian Border Camps, 40 Years Later at Phnom Penh's Bophana Center. She died of pancreatic cancer at the age of 42.

Articles by Y-Dang Troeung (張依蘭) (ទ្រឿងអ៊ីដាង)


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