Student Photo Gallery: Vietnam and Cambodia

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Mar 9, 2015


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Student Photo Gallery: Vietnam and Cambodia

Vietnam and Cambodia are countries of enormous beauty, both natural and manmade. See Vietnam and Cambodia through the lens of the Spring 2015 Voyagers:

Handmade greeting cards such as these could be found on many street corners in Ho Chi Minh City.  Xinyue Wang, a business student from the University of New York at Buffalo, captured this dragon near Notre-Dame Cathedral.
Handmade greeting cards such as these could be found on many street corners in Ho Chi Minh City. Xinyue Wang, a business student from the University of New York at Buffalo, captured this dragon near Notre-Dame Cathedral.
Amanda Kaplan, a communication arts major from the University of Michigan, took this photo near the killing fields in Cambodia.  The bracelets are in memory of the children that lost their lives during the genocide in the 1970s.
Amanda Kaplan, a communication arts major from the University of Michigan, took this photo near the killing fields in Cambodia. The bracelets are in memory of the children that lost their lives during the genocide in the 1970s.
York County Community College student John Molloy traveled to the Can Gio district of the Mekong Delta region of Vietnam where he saw many animals.  He was particularly interested in the goat with the bangs and the curious, mischievous monkeys.
University of Colorado Boulder student John Molloy traveled to the Can Gio district of the Mekong Delta region of Vietnam where he saw many animals. He was particularly interested in the goat with the bangs and the curious, mischievous monkeys.
Scott Minard from Chapman University took this photograph of a floating village in Halong Bay from a kayak.  "This was one of the most picturesque and serene places I have been in my entire life."
Scott Minard from Chapman University took this photograph of a floating village in Halong Bay from a kayak. “This was one of the most picturesque and serene places I have been in my entire life.”
Vietnam's Tet Festival was occurring during the our stay in Ho Chi Minh City.  The kumquat tree is a popular decoration for the living room during Tet.  Caleb Pietrafesa from Cornell University took this photo of a kumquat tree in Ho Chi Minh City.
Vietnam’s Tet Festival was occurring during the our stay in Ho Chi Minh City. The kumquat tree is a popular decoration for the living room during Tet. Caleb Pietrafesa from Cornell University took this photo of a kumquat tree in Ho Chi Minh City.
Vietnam's Tet Festival was occurring during the our stay in Ho Chi Minh City.  The kumquat tree is a popular decoration for the living room during Tet.  Caleb Pietrafesa from Cornell University took this photo of a kumquat tree in Ho Chi Minh City.
Azuza Pacific University student Connor Howe traveled to Cambodia with an SAS field program. This photo was taken in the Preah Ko (Sacred Bull) complex, built in 879 AD by the Khmer King Indravarman I.
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