Journey to Angkor

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Page Publishing, Inc., 2018.
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    [synopsis] => Angkor, once the most populated city on the planet, is a mystery surrounded by lush tropical forests in Cambodia. Its magnificent temples were carved by hand from stone over a thousand years ago, one of which is the largest religious structure made of stone in the world. Cambodia was home to the Khmer people, who experienced the atrocities of Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge holocaust of the 1970s. Chandara, a Cambodian refugee brought by his grandmother to Long Beach as a small child to escape the Killing Fields of Cambodia, is having recurring images of what he learns are images of various temples at Angkor. The “Face in the Trees” that he sees in his dreams continues to haunt him. His quest to understand these dreams leads him to come face-to-face with his past. Are the dreams a message? Are the ancestors communicating with him? In meeting the Ang family, Chandara begins to discover more about his heritage and the magnificence of Angkor as well as his own artistic abilities. He is torn between the security of the only life he has known in Long Beach, California and the promise he made to his dying grandmother. Join Chandara as he makes the decision that will not only explain his past, but change his future..
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