How A Rare Golden Silk Tradition Survived War In Cambodia

In Cambodia, golden silkworms spin cocoons that are turned into textiles worth upwards of $10,000. The ancient art form was nearly lost during the deadly Khmer Rouge regime of the late 1970s — but one woman is working to preserve the legacy.

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