Southeast Asian Refugees Breaking Their Barriers

[ Khang Family's First Family Photo In America. 1995 ]

[ Vinh Chung's Family in America ]

[ Samneang Moul in America, August '92 ]


Since 1975, millions of Southeast Asian refugees have been resettled in other countries. Along the journey of migrating, they've made many efforts to break mental and physical barriers. Battling trauma, being sent back to the dangerous land, always having nowhere to go, and on top of that going to a foreign where they barely know the language. It is important to remember the barriers and to bring awareness to third world countries who are still facing this issue.

​​Xai Khang
Senior Division
Individual Website

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