Quelle: Huffingtonpost Kanada
An object the size of a tuna can had a long and menacing hold over Richard Yim’s childhood in Cambodia.
That was the average size of unexploded landmines that dotted parts of the country. Learning which streets and swaths of land to avoid is a childhood rite to many Cambodians — their ominous presence, normalized
So when Yim moved to Canada at the age of 13, one of the very first things he noticed about everyday Canadian life was the freedom to safely go wherever he wanted.
“It’s very different when you suddenly are actually able to walk where you want. It’s such a strange feeling in a way,” he told The Huffington Post Canada.
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