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Remembering Cambodia

Elliot, Robert James; Smith, Stefan

Published by Times Editions, Singapore, 2003
ISBN 10: 9812321977 / ISBN 13: 9789812321978
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Title: Remembering Cambodia

Publisher: Times Editions, Singapore

Publication Date: 2003

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine

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Synopsis: Mention Cambodia and to many people it is forever associated with poverty, war, and the genocidal reign of the brutal Khmer Rouge. 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 The poverty still exists but war has been replaced by a new word - hope.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 - its an intimate and tender exploration of Cambodia - a Cambodia that does not fixate on the Angkor Wat or the equally iconic saffron-robed monks, a Cambodia that is not keen to mention Pol Pot, war or genocide in the same breath. 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 colorful photographs of their ordinary daily life. "Remembering Cambodia" explores beauty in smaller, transient places. The images evoke smiles infused with sadness. Some are sensually romantic. Others are wryly ironic. Meet the people who find it in their hearts to laugh in the face of tragedy everyday.

About the Author: Robert James Elliott is a photographer with almost 30 years of professional experience. He specialises in Southeast Asian subjects and has lived in Cambodia for many years. Elliott has published with CNN. Time Magazine, New York Times, Asiaweek and other prestigious magazines and newspapers throughout the world. His work has been exhibited many times and he has also won several awards.

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