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In the afternoon of June 14, 2017, H.E Dr. Sum Map, Director General of APSARA Authority and H. E. Mr. Ly Lay, Director of Heritage Protection Department of Ministry of Interior have a discussion on illegal constructions and land filling in the region of Angkor recently to find out the solution to dismantle shortly.
The Giant Chapei Dong Veng, which was produced by APSARA Authority under the support of the Union of Youth Federation of Cambodia on the occasion of Angkor Sankranta, is taken to keep in Battambang City Hall successfully on the morning of June 13, 2017.
To promote public awareness and create memories at the 1st conference on Sustainable Tourism and Heritage Cities as well as Tourism Ministers' Meeting of the 2nd Asia Cooperation, which takes place on 11-16 June 2017 in Siem Reap. APSARA Authority collaborates with Ministry of Tourism to organize the memorial planting ceremony on 15 June 2017.
Community working group of APSARA Authority inspects the repair requests from the local villagers in Angkor. After inspection, 131 cases have been approved directly for home repairing and small constructions in May 2017.
During two weeks from May 20 until June 2, 2017, illegal land filling and illegal constructions are being built increasingly in zone 1 and zone 2 of Angkor site that impact drastically on the value of heritage as well as the management, conservation and sustainable development of Angkor as a World Heritage and a precious national identity of the country. Zone 1 and Zone 2 of Angkor site are determined by the Royal Decree No. 001 on the determination and management of Angkor dated 28 May 1994. Those zones covered many ancient temples and archaeological remains which need to be protected at the highest level. Royal Decree No. 001 was signed by King Norodom Sihanouk after he was crowned again in 1993.
14 Students of Department of Anthropology of The Chinese University of Hong Kong have a study tour in order to learn about the work of APSARA Authority, especially the study of ceramics because the researchers found that Chinese and Cambodian ceramics are very similar.

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What kind of right do people, who live in the region of Angkor, have for their own lands?
1. The villagers, who have homes and live there for ages, can continue to live without forcing to leave the village.

2. The villagers can demolish old houses or build new ones with a request to get permits from Apsara Authority.

3. The villagers have right to manage their own lands such as: giving land possession to their relatives – parents to children, or selling it to the neighbours to get some money for living. However, it is forbidden on buying and selling for the purpose of making profitable business for companies or individuals to build hotels, restaurants, KTV....etc.