Teeda Butt Mam was 15 years old when the Khmer Rouge entered Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, in 1975, forcing Teeda and her family to join three million other people fleeing the city. In minutes, their safe and well-ordered lives were destroyed. Teeda's story tells of her extraordinary odyssey out of Cambodia to a strange new land.
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