Khmer Mystery, Fou-nan (The Lost City)

A look at how scientists around the world working in diverse fields are helping to piece together the interconnectedness of civilisations even from 1000s of years BC, focusing on the predecessors to Angkor.

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Angkor, Cambodia (Expoza)

A look at many of the sites that make up the remains of Angkor in Cambodia.

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Siem Reap, Cambodia (Expoza)

A visit to Siem Reap in Cambodia to see the historical sites at Angkor, and also a visit to Tonle Sap and other cultural sites.

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3D modelling of the Temples of Angkor

Insights into the construction of the Angkor sites are provided by extensive 3D modelling of the temples and hydraulic system.

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Artefact by Kyle Hopkins

A non-verbal film filmed at many locations around the world, including many iconic sites in south and south-east Asia.

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Khmer Cruise From Angkor to Phnom Penh

A journey along the waterways of Cambodia, taking in the history, culture and lives of the people on the way.

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Secrets of Angkor

A film looking at the ongoing work on the archaeology of Angkor and the new light it has brought to our understanding of this great civilisation.

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Cambodia, the Water Kingdom

A look at the flora and fauna in Cambodia which is dominated by the flow of the Mekong River and the monsoon rains.

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From Brahma to Buddha (Folkways of Indochina)

A look at the transformation of the Khmer Empire from a Hindu to a Buddhist Kingdom (English narration, some Mandarin interviews, with subtitles).

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Cambodia’s Land and People (Folkways of Indochina)

A look at the remains of Angkor, mainly from a Chinese point-of-view, providing a concise overview of the site (English narration, some Mandarin interviews, with subtitles).

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