Sharing Cambodian Culture


2018 / December

Esther Tseng /photos courtesy of Lin Min-hsuan /tr. by Scott Williams

What is Cambodia’s appeal? What made graphic designer and photographer Hsu Hung ­Chieh sell everything he owned and move there for eight years? What upended cultural studies graduate Lin Chih Yu’s conception of art?

It isn’t just Cambodia’s magnificent 12th-century Angkor Wat temple complex, nor yet its delicate archi­tectural sculpture. Instead, what causes visitors to tarry is the Cambodian people themselves, who, having lived through horrific massacres and cata­strophes, are now working to rebuild their culture and recover the positive aspects of their history.


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