via Cleveland.com. 17 December 2017:
Another feature on the ongoing restoration of Banteay Chmar.
Another article about the restoration of Banteay Chhmar. The restorers are attempting to take 3D scans of all the blocks and piece them back together like a jigsaw puzzle.
Cambodia’s lost temple, reclaimed from the jungle after 800 years
The Independent, 08 January 2012
Reconstruction work at the Baphuon, an 11th-century pyramidial temple in Angkor Thom have finally been completed, after 50 years of work. The temple was reopened in a ceremony earlier this month.
Cambodia completes Angkor temple renovation ‘puzzle’
BBC, 03 July 2011
Fabled Cambodian ‘puzzle’ temple reopens to public
AFP, via The Straits Times, 03 July 2011
Cambodian ‘puzzle’ temple reopens after 50 years
Bangkok Post, 03 July 2011
Solved puzzle reveals fabled Cambodian temple
AFP, via The Independent, 03 July 2011
An ancient structure at the southern border of the capital Yangon, the Danok Pagoda, collapsed on Saturday injuring at least 30 with an unaccounted number of people under the rubble. The pagoda was said to be undergoing recent reconstruction; however Myanmar’s reconstruction works have been notoriously questionable from a heritage conservation point of view, and now it seems from an architectural point of view as well. Given the tightly controlled media of the military junta, it is unlikely that we hear any more information from this tragedy.