Artists and performers retell the story of Cambodia's dark period without music
When the Khmer Rouge regime took power in Cambodia, music was suddenly banned. Artists were targeted for their cultural influence, and a quarter of the country’s population was killed. Now, Cambodian artists are retelling this story through music.
KUOW’s Mike Davis reports.
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