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Roving Reporter

Roving Reporter

What should be done to protect Cambodia's cultural heritage?

Oung Sam Heng

We have irretrievably lost a lot of our cultural heritage. I would like to see the

government and UNESCO do more to save it.

Morm Nara

Some people do not think about what a great thing our culture is and it will disappear

one day if we ignore it.

So Bunarith

Cultural thieves should be dealt with using the strongest measures-but it should

be done through the courts.

Meas Kim Seng

It is the loss of thousands of years of culture and anybody who commits this kind

of crime should be jailed for life.

Sok Inivouth

The government needs to take tough action to stop it, especially the organized looting

of our culture in Siem Reap.

Prak Keamarin

The government needs to do more to help the security guards so they can do their

job properly.

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