Dominique David

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Rediscovered after centuries of being buried deep in a jungle, ransacked by antique pillagers under orders of so-called art lovers, bristling with mines dating from the dark Khmer Rouge period, the site of Angkor, despite the wounds, exerts an unspeakable magic, a subtle mixture of mystery and utmost refinement.


Thirty years after the atrocities committed by Pol Pot and his henchmen –to whom a few million dead and deportees are attributed- the Khmer people are still living with the weight of a past often too heavy to carry.