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Carving made E-asy

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Photo by: RICK VALENZUELA

Un Sopheak, 27, whittles a Buddha from mreah prov wood last week at a UNDP-built marble pavilion where he's been learning to carve for five years on National Road 5 in Pursat town. Pursat is well-known for its mreah prov, which is also used to make the illicit drug Ecstasy.

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