Loung

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Loung Ung - Biography - Life in America: 1980–2011 - Education in The United States
... The dining room doubled as Loung's bedroom ... In September, Loung, age ten, began her formal education in the United States in the third grade ... years of her education were difficult for Loung because of the language barrier, and she continued to be tutored during those years ...
Loung Ung - Biography - Evacuation: 1975
... Loung was playing near her home when trucks filled with Khmer Rouge troops rolled into her neighborhood ... On the seventh day, as the Ungs neared Bat Deng, Loung's uncle found them and arranged to bring them by wagon to his village of Krang Truop ... Ung and her family stayed only a few months in Krang Truop because Loung's father was afraid that newly-arrived evacuees from Phnom Penh would reveal his identity ...
Lucky Child - Story - Characters
... Loung Ung - The author and narrator of the American story arc ... Chou Ung - Loung's sister ... Chou was closest to Loung and missed her younger sister a lot ...
First They Killed My Father
... is a 2000 nonfiction book written by Loung Ung, a Cambodian author and survivor of the Pol Pot regime ... After a string of work camps, Loung and her family had almost grown used to the constant hunger and tiredness, the fear of and separation from every other member of their ... Soon, Loung’s teenaged brothers, Khouy and Meng, and sister, Keav, were sent away to a different bong camps ...
Loung Ung - Biography - Life in America: 1980–2011 - Professional Life
... In 2005, Loung made her twenty-fifth trip to Cambodia as the VVAF's spokesperson for the "International Campaign to Ban Landmines" ... Loung, Meng and Kim returned to Bat Deng in 1998 for a large family reunion with Khouy, Chou, and all their relatives young and old, including their 88-year-old grandmother ... In 2002, Loung married her college sweetheart, Mark Priemer, and bought two and a half acres of land in Cambodia just a short distance from her sister Chou's home ...