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Ta Keo temple. Source: Newsin.Asia, 20190130

via Newsin.Asia, 30 Jan 2019: Update on the Chinese restoration of the Ta Keo temple in the Angkor Archaeological Park.

Dozens of Chinese experts from various fields including mapping, geology, archaeology, architecture and biology worked together with Cambodian colleagues to overcome a string of obstacles. It took them eight years to restore Ta Keo.

Ta Keo is the second project of the Chinese government’s aid for preserving, conserving and restoring Angkor temples, after the Chausay Tevada temple project that started in 1998 was completed in 2008.

Chinese experts have been working with local colleagues for over two decades to revive the invaluable treasures of Cambodia.

Source: Chinese conservationists restore Shiva temple in Angkor Wat, Cambodia – NewsIn.Asia

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