A woman and a child ride past an entrance sign, in Vietnamese and Khmer, to Kim Phuoc temple community in Chbar Ampov, Phnom Penh. Photo: Peter Ford A woman and a child ride past an entrance sign, in Vietnamese and Khmer, to Kim Phuoc temple community in Chbar Ampov, Phnom Penh. Photo: Peter Ford
A woman and a child ride past an entrance sign, in Vietnamese and Khmer, to Kim Phuoc temple community in Chbar Ampov, Phnom Penh. Photo: Peter Ford

Born foreign: in Cambodia, it’s not easy being Vietnamese

  • Many ethnic Vietnamese in Cambodia are effectively stateless, long-standing victims of historical resentments
  • But despite the difficulties many face even accessing basic services, few would opt to leave

Topic |   Cambodia
A woman and a child ride past an entrance sign, in Vietnamese and Khmer, to Kim Phuoc temple community in Chbar Ampov, Phnom Penh. Photo: Peter Ford A woman and a child ride past an entrance sign, in Vietnamese and Khmer, to Kim Phuoc temple community in Chbar Ampov, Phnom Penh. Photo: Peter Ford
A woman and a child ride past an entrance sign, in Vietnamese and Khmer, to Kim Phuoc temple community in Chbar Ampov, Phnom Penh. Photo: Peter Ford
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