Remembering Cambodia

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9789814398213
 
As peace is embraced after decades of conflict, Cambodia's shattered economy is stirring itself into life encouraged by foreign aid and its own brand of entrepreneurial flair. This book presents a record of a country coming to terms with its past and looking forward to the future.
To many people Cambodia is associated with poverty, war and the genocidal reign of the brutal Khmer Rouge. However, these are not the images that everyone holds of this Southeast Asian nation. The poverty still exists but war has been replaced by a new word - hope. As peace is embraced after decades of conflict, Cambodia's shattered economy is stirring itself into life encouraged by foreign aid and its own brand of entrepreneurial flair. Its culture is experiencing revival and change, caught between traditions of the past and modern-day Western influences. Remembering Cambodia is a record of a country coming to terms with its past and looking forward to the future. It is a tribute to the men, women and children of Cambodia by showing a dramatic glimpse into their ongoing struggle for survival through vibrant colourful photographs of their ordinary daily life.
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Weight 0.000000
Author Elliott Robert James
Availability IP
Department Art and Architecture
Format Paperback
ISBN 9789814398213
Pages 128
Published 07/06/2013
Publisher Marshall Cavendish Books
Section Photography
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