One of the striking characteristics of Phnom Penh is the near absence of graffiti. Strikingly stark walls undoubtedly tempt a mischievous segment of the population, yet an overwhelming proportion of those walls remains pristine. The relatively few exceptions tend to be on fences surrounding construction.
How can there be so little defacement, I have mused, though to my credit, only briefly?
I have concluded that one reason has to be Continue reading