Cambodian Refugee Faces Return Home

Andrew Thi

Andrew Thi was 6 years old when his parents and four sisters came to California from Cambodia. Courtesy Andrew Thi hide caption

itoggle caption Courtesy Andrew Thi

Cambodian-born Andrew Thi committed crimes in the United States as a teenager. Now 30, he faces deportation to a homeland he barely remembers. Thi's story is told as part of "Crossing East," a radio series about Asian-American history. Robynn Takayama reports. The story was co-produced by Dmae Roberts.

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