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Treasure book

Treasure book

Skeleton warriors, a goodhearted village girl and a sinister cigarette smoking middleman

have been used to illustrate the danger of archaeological looting in a new comic

book.

Wrath of the phantom army was created by non-profit organization Heritage Watch and

features drawings by Y Lida. The comic book will be distributed free in a Khmer edition

throughout the country, while English and French editions will be available for sale.

Y Lida, will be available to sign copies on September 30 at the Foreign Correspondents

Club in Siem Reap, where the action comic will be the focus of their free October

exhibition.

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