National Geographic : 1951 Apr
. ,"sacunai ucun iapui ousiety 471 Paintings by Jean Despujols Daughters of the Khmers and Mongols Reflect Indochina's Medley ofPeoples Left: The Cambodian girl, a dancer at Angkor Wat during the winter season, belongs to the royal troupe at Phnom Penh, which isled by her foster mother, a princess. She appears in her Sunday dress. Angkor Wat stands as one of the world's greatest architectural achievements. Right: The Meo girl dresses snugly to endure the frosty temperatures of her mountain village on the Chinese border. Her hair isbound inaturbanlike roll of twisted horsehair.