The floating village in Tonle Sap, the biggest lake in Southeast Asia, is home to Vietnamese who fled to Cambodia due to poverty.
Fang-Od is a "mambabatok" (tattoo artist) from Kalinga, Philippines. Before this practice became a tourist attraction, the tattoo artists of Kalinga such as Fang-Od only tattooed men and women who belonged to the Butbut tribe. Warriors (mostly men) received tattoos whenever they brought home an opponent's body part, proof that they won a battle. Women's tattoos, on the other hand, were cosmetic in nature. Fang-Od is the last tattoo artist from her generation. To preserve the art and the tradition, Fang-Od taught her granddaughter Grace the technique she learned from her elders.
Mt. Merapi, an active volcano in Central Java, can be seen from the top of the Candi Borobudur. This ancient Buddhist temple has been around for centuries, though no one could tell when it was built. Historians believe that monks and scholars traveled to Java to visit this holy site and study religion.