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Curated

Hope

Amal, was 9 years old and living in an abandoned building (5th school squat) in Athens when she painted this picture. The picture depicts the journey refugees take (including her) and represents hope for a better life and future. Amal, means “Hope” in arabic and she has written this in arabic on the painting.

My Story

I was born on October 31, 1972 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. I was very young when my country was in trouble in 1975. In 1975, the Khmer Rouge (the Communist leaders) came into town. They sent us and the other people out of town to other places to work on the rice fields. My family […]

My Country and the Way to America

I live in Vietnam. I go to school in Vietnam. I have three pigs and one dog, but the dog is dead. My mother she was sad. My mother my father my sister is go to work. Me and my younger sister we stay home. Everybody is go to work. We has a restaurant in […]