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Cambodian Princess Soma Norodom reveals details of exposing government corruption and royal infighting in her book, "Royal Rebel,” in a riveting interview with “At the Table” host Audrey Galex. Born in Cambodia, Princess Norodom escaped with her family as the Communist Khmer Rouge regime took power in 1975, and was raised in California, knowing nothing about her royal lineage. Only when she returned to Cambodia to help her ailing father fulfill his dream to die in his homeland, was she fully made aware of her ancestral culture and heritage. As Cambodia’s first English-language radio interviewer and then as a columnist for an English-language daily, her work sparked accusations of incitement, a story that she shares in rich detail to shed light on her on-going quest for truth and respect for human rights.