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Chan Ki Leang, 13, burns paper in the tradtion of his family's Chinese ancestry. He lost his mother, Vin Kim, 47, in the stampede tragedy in Phnom Penh, Cambodia on November 22, 2010. Several hundred people perished when an unknown event sparked panic and caused thousands to flee from Diamond Island in the Mekong River, over the bridge that connects it to the river bank.\

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Cambodian Stampede Tragedy
Chan Ki Leang, 13, burns paper in the tradtion of his family's Chinese ancestry. He lost his mother, Vin Kim, 47, in the stampede tragedy in Phnom Penh, Cambodia on November 22, 2010. Several hundred people perished when an unknown event sparked panic and caused thousands to flee from Diamond Island in the Mekong River, over the bridge that connects it to the river bank.\