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|  RUFA  |  Dept. of Architecture and Urbanism 21th batch, Year 2013 - 2014 Thesis project:    Upgrading Port and Eco-village Phnom Krom Location:             Siem Reap, Cambodia Advisors:             Mrs. SOK Sophina , Mr. SIP Mongkol & Mr. PHAL Piseth Students:             HANN…
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I propose a new sustainable low-cost house made from bamboo, which help poor people able to afford and live comfortably. And my other building is a multipurpose community center that supporting the local community and provide the opportunities for social interaction and therefore I propose an ...
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There are good and bad monks everywhere, but most monks in Cambodia are good people. This is a large pagoda, but not so rich as some, and it is in a poor neighborhood. I met some nice monks and lay people in the far back of the pagoda, in the far southwest corner. Some people call this pagoda Wat Toul Kork.
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Large pagoda. Many monks here young and old, also some nuns. Not very clean; they need to pick-up the garbage all over. Monks are the traditional teachers in society, and many monks here are still smoking cigarettes.
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Large, clean Pagoda. Some old dogs live there that will bark at foreigners. Children playing, people doing service to Buddha. The crematorium caught file and the roof is burnt out, but they still use it. Really nice Pagoda, worth stopping to look at least. Bring a message of hope, and goodwill toward all.
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