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I told her I want to see the killing fields and the Toul sleng Museum. She said we don’t have time to visit the killing fields but she can take me to Toul Sleng Museum. I told her, “OK, let’s go there”. Before we went there, she advise me not to go inside the room of those victims by Khemer Rouge. I must stay outside the room and just look the inside of the room from the outside. I said, yes.........
We went there and take a tour at the Museum. There is a rule in making a tour at the museum. We have to start at the very first building. Toul sleng is a former school for children in which Polpot converted the place to a killing chamber for innocent victims of the Khemer Rouge; babies, children, man, woman, old people and even disabled people is not free from his inhuman rule and the picture of these victims as if talking and begging for justice.
When I opened my eyes, I saw the image of the man in the Toul sleng museum laying besides me and the woman I saw during the night in the office, her image inside the mirror closet. I can’t move due to my fear and can’t even shout loudly as if there is no voice coming out of my mouth. I closed my eyes and covered myself with blanket. I felt the cold air covering my body. I was in this situation when suddenly I heard noises from the outside of my room. The Koreans came back and I felt some kind of relief knowing that I am not alone now. My body is filled with sweat and then the Koreans opened the generator. Lights open, air conditioned open although my body is still shaking until I fell to sleep.