It was during the Khmer Rouge era, when everyone was starving. One lady asked another for some salt, and the woman refused. And she thought, "Oh my god, this woman is so mean! But she’s so interesting." And they got together. And now they're married with two adopted daughters, one adopted son, and a few grandkids, too.
Lyno: Because most of these houses were very small, I had to practically stand against a wall [to get the shot].
"Snit Snaal", he added, means something like intimate, fun. When the students had first come into the slum area of the White Building, they'd been scared stiff of everything around them. But now, this word was chosen by them to explain how they now felt about the neighbourhood. Changing hearts, changing minds, maybe changing worlds.
P.S. I've given Lyno some press on the LGBT news site Fridae.