Southeast Asia: Organized chaos

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Southeast Asia: Organized chaos

Energetic Cambodia, Vietnam move on from war-torn past
Buddhist monks touring the temples of Angkor, Cambodia, climb the steps of one of the temples and stop for photographs. The ancient temples pay homage to both Buddhist and Hindu traditions.
A tourist reads at a cafe in Kampot, Cambodia.
The entrance to the Ha Tien Vegas Casino Hotel in Vietnam.
Wedding dip from Chamkar vegetarian restaurant in Siem Riep, Cambodia.
Wall carvings or bas reliefs of female guardian spirits are common throughout the Angkor temples.
A headless statue stands guard outside the temple of Prean Khan, which means “holy sword.”
A statue of a goddess at Bayon, a much-decorated temple at Angkor
Monks take a view of the Angkor ruins from atop a temple.
Chum Mey is a survivor from the Tuol Sleng prison in Cambodia. Prisoners at Tuol Sleng, also known as S-21, were executed during the reign of the Khmer Rouge.

Southeast Asia: Organized chaos

Buddhist monks touring the temples of Angkor, Cambodia, climb the steps of one of the temples and stop for photographs. The ancient temples pay homage to both Buddhist and Hindu traditions.
A tourist reads at a cafe in Kampot, Cambodia.
The entrance to the Ha Tien Vegas Casino Hotel in Vietnam.
Wedding dip from Chamkar vegetarian restaurant in Siem Riep, Cambodia.
Wall carvings or bas reliefs of female guardian spirits are common throughout the Angkor temples.
A headless statue stands guard outside the temple of Prean Khan, which means “holy sword.”
A statue of a goddess at Bayon, a much-decorated temple at Angkor
Monks take a view of the Angkor ruins from atop a temple.
Chum Mey is a survivor from the Tuol Sleng prison in Cambodia. Prisoners at Tuol Sleng, also known as S-21, were executed during the reign of the Khmer Rouge.
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