If you are happening to be here, I would like you to turn your mood to a calm mode throughout the post. I myself don’t even can smile while editing and typing all these words. The only thing we can do as a respect.
A picture tells you why should you do so.
Where they spent their torturing days
Where they disposed their human wastes
Keep your the only hope in a hopeless place
They might sleep well if they died rather than kept themselves alive.
Some of them obey to the “rules”, telling the fact that they want, the fact that was never the fact. If you have talents such as painting, you can survive to help them doing some tasks but under an imbalance psychological state. Survival at that time has never been financial freedom that we chase after nowadays.
They called it as cell block. The larger one was for high officials, while for others, they were trapped in these small-sized blocks made by bricks and woods.
A sunray is coming in from windows. Believe that it was what they longed for during their lives there.
One of the building, namely the most secret prison. In front of it, there is one of the punishment tools.
Read the description and you know how suffering they were.
What awful is that it was once a high school, educating kids how to be good, mercy and kind. They took it over and made it their inhuman prison, S-21.
Part of the killed victims.
There is an exhibition to display the history, via their written confessions, pictures, newspapers, introduction of Pol Pot organization and so on. Keeping camera inside the bag, I chose to look around carefully, capture the place in my mind and pray for them in silent.
Out of the victims, there were only seven lucky men who can breathe the fresh air and look at the blue sky again.
Memories and justice yet remain with The Killing Fields.
They are open to the public and allow people to revisit their notorious past. Respect is a must.
Tuol Sleng Museum， Phnom Penh
Cambodian kills Cambodian