As a postscript to the above, Kilong Ung has been in touch to let me know that the manuscript for his personal memoir, Golden Leaf: A Khmer Rouge Genocide Survivor, has just been finished and he's looking for a publisher to get his autobiography out before the end of next year. Kilong lives in Portland, Oregon and made his way to America in 1979 after surviving the Khmer Rouge regime when he lost both parents and many family members. He's now a software engineer and has a long list of civic involvement under his belt including four years as president of the Cambodian–American Community of Oregon. Whilst on the subject of survivor memoirs, does anyone have any information on a book by Champ S Teng called Cambodia, As I Remember: The True Story of a Beautiful Country Under War. Champ lives in Dallas and is another survivor of the KR time who made his way to a new future in America in 1979.