Survivor of Cambodia’s ‘killing fields’ to share his painful story at UH event

Seang Seng was a fourth-year medical student when the Khmer Rouge took control of Cambodia in April 1975. He was taken to a labor camp in the countryside with 19 of his relatives. Nearly four years later, he was the sole survivor when the Vietnamese invasion ended the genocide.

Survivor of Cambodia’s ‘killing fields’ to share his painful story at UH event