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Life before Expulsion – Community History from Vietnamese Minorities in Kampong Chhnang by Kristina Chhim and LY Rattanak

Ethnic Vietnamese groups have lived and further settled in Cambodia throughout the country’s contemporary times. Nowadays, the Vietnamese are one of the largest minority groups in Cambodia. However, very little data is available about “the Vietnamese” in Cambodia and the diverse subgroups that are subsumed under this category. The aim of this research project is to understand how these communities emerged and evolved in Cambodia and to ultimately generate a more nuanced understanding of their diversity in terms of livelihood, migration history, cultural practices and sense of identity

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