The American student leaders were surprised by how much joy the Cambodian children found in a simple game of "pass the ball." It was the remote village of Mondulkiri's first time having plastic balls and colored paper to make little crowns with. The residents of this mountainside village are mostly farmers who live in huts and do not have access to modernized technology or culture. 

Christine Yoo 

University of Southern California

South Korea

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