Thank you and the link is appreciated. It is a pity that such actions are taken. I have seen it
quite often in India too. Unfortunately, it is often too late we realize the severity of these
actions. On a positive note, Siem Reap province seems to be very proactive in preserving and
even restoring these temples. They are teamed up with various countries (Japan, Taiwan, and India
to name a few) to restore the ruins.
That's good to hear. A precious place indeed and well worth preserving as their economy relies on such good tourist attractions. Glad that it's recognized highly-worthy and collaborations are made to conserve and restore by some good countries' officials and savvy people.
Thanks for sharing,