A statue at the nearby ruins Banteay Chhmar, some of the most impressive in Cambodia, have survived wars, looting and neglect on the isolated frontier with Thailand.
A statue at the nearby ruins Banteay Chhmar, some of the most impressive in Cambodia, have survived wars, looting and neglect on the isolated frontier with Thailand. DAVID A. TAYLOR THE WASHINGTON POST
A statue at the nearby ruins Banteay Chhmar, some of the most impressive in Cambodia, have survived wars, looting and neglect on the isolated frontier with Thailand. DAVID A. TAYLOR THE WASHINGTON POST

Cambodians eke out a living where empires fell

September 03, 2015 09:00 PM