National Geographic : 1931 Aug
UNDER THE FRENCH TRICOLOR IN INDO-CHINA BRICK TOWERS OF THE ANCIENT CHAMS DEFY THE ONSLAUGHTS OF TIME Malay-Polynesian Cham or Champa civilization, which flourished in southern Annam between the second and seventeenth centuries, left many religious monuments. This Sivaite temple of Po Klaung-garai at Tourcham was erected more than 600 years ago. @ National Geographic Society ilatural Loior rnotograpns oy vv. nooer iviouoe THESPIANS PERFORM ON THE TERRACE IN FRONT OF ANGKOR VAT The postures of present-day Cambodian dancers closely resemble those of their earlier sisters, the sacred asparas, which were chiseled on the walls of Angkor's temples eight centuries ago.