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19 digital audio tapes.
This project consists of 6 interviews documenting the life experiences of Khmer people who have come to Australia as refugees, orphans and widows and have built successful lives for themselves and their families here. It looks at their arrival and resettlement, cultural traditions and ties, social problems encountered and their achievement of succes in their working and family lives.
Summaries and transcripts generally available.
Recorded from November 20, 1999 and February 29, 2000.
DCM record; National Library of Australia, Oral History and Folklore collection;
||Khmers - Australia - Social conditions. | Khmers - Australia - Interviews.
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