The chocolate colored waters of the Tonle Sap River, one of the Indochina's richest sources of freshwater fish. Along the river's margins, fishing villages and pagodas melt into landscape. Fishermen are slinging their nets in the river in search of that day's catch.
Little has changed along the crucial lifeline of Cambodia despite a turbulent history of more then seven decades of French colonial rule, an experiment with independence that culminated in a fierce restructuring of a society under the Khmer Rouge, a decade-long Vietnamese occupation and, at the close of the 20th century and the…
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