Story of Fighting COVID-19: Cambodia’s scarecrows ease the mind (video)

In Siem Reap, capital of northwest Cambodia’s Siem Reap province, people make scarecrows, known as Ting Mong, to protect themselves against COVID-19. They are generally made of straw and branches and dressed in old clothing.

Maden, a Siem Reap local, said he has seen such a traditional practice ever since his childhood, which is to bolster the belief that Cambodians can survive out of the diseases.

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