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TRACEY SHELTON

Phon Kong Kea of Sunrise Children's Village says goodbye Saturday to

Geraldine Cox, the president of the children's centre where he grew up,

ahead of his departure to Australia to study on a scholarship. Phon

Kong Kea left Phnom Penh with another student at the children's

village, Horm Narith, who will begin his second year of study under a

similar scholarship program in Adelaide.

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