When we asked our Cambodian Scholars what reminded them of home, they answered unanimously, "Scarecrows".
Cambodia is a very rural country. Almost 75% of the people live in the countryside and nearly 90% of the land mass is forest or farms, so it is no wonder that scarecrows are a symbol that reminds Cambodian people of home
Cambodian people call scarecrows "Ting Mong". Come to the library and see our wonderful scarecrow
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