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Brennan also helped Rwanda’s National Commission for the Fight against Genocide protect 45,000 cloth artifacts belonging to Rwandan genocide victims.Brennan is working to set up a long-term storage system at Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum.Last month, the museum launched a project to protect up to 5,000 pieces of clothing.
Bou Meng was jailed in the late 1970s, when the Khmer Rouge ruled Cambodia.
"The storage system is efficient, low cost, and simple to use," she said.
She added that if it is successful, it could show that the drying technology “can be applied everywhere for cultural heritage preservation, especially in humid climates.” Every piece of clothing or textile item in the museum will also be photographed and documented.
He was held at a secret, but now infamous Khmer Rouge prison called S-21.
Prison officials gave him black cotton shorts and, when he was lucky, a shirt for the upper half of his body.
Brennan has named the technology a “heritage box.” The museum is using the U. Remaining textiles of Toul Sleng victims are shown during the signing off ceremony on the conservation of ethnographic objects at Toul Sleng Genocide Museum on 11th December, 2017.