Na Eng was a 5-year-old living in Cambodia when her world changed forever. Caught in the political and economic upheaval of a country at war, Eng's widowed mother struggled to care for Eng, now 21, and her six siblings.
As conditions in Cambodia worsened, the family left everything behind and made their way across the border on foot. Joining hundreds of other families in a refugee camp they began the arduous process of relocation.
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