Fig. 8. Dimensions: 5.25 x 3.5 inches, Circa mid 1950s. This is a picture of my grandfather; I think this image was made in the same studio as the one of me as a boy scout (image 3) on street No.2 in Battambang. I believe my family had a relationship with the owner of the studio so we kept going there. I only saw him in this clothing for special occasions, and he worked for the National Bank. He is almost pure Chinese despite being born in Cambodia. With Chinese name, features, and lighter complexion, this was an issue for him under the Khmer Rouge, as they despised any non-pure Khmer; A Fragile Past: Exploring One Family’s Narrative Through the Photographs They Buried