People travel on the newly-built Tsubasa Bridge, better known as Neak Loeung Bridge, in Kandal province, Cambodia, April 6, 2015. Cambodia on Monday inaugurated the 127-million-U.S. dollar Japanese-funded Tsubasa Bridge, linking southern Kandal and Prey Veng provinces, to boost trade and travel between Cambodia and Vietnam. (Xinhua/Phearum) (lrz)
People travel on the newly-built Tsubasa Bridge, better known as Neak Loeung Bridge, in Kandal province, Cambodia, April 6, 2015. Cambodia on Monday inaugurated the 127-million-U.S. dollar Japanese-funded Tsubasa Bridge, linking southern Kandal and Prey Veng provinces, to boost trade and travel between Cambodia and Vietnam. (Xinhua/Phearum) (lrz)
People travel on the newly-built Tsubasa Bridge, better known as Neak Loeung Bridge, in Kandal province, Cambodia, April 6, 2015. Cambodia on Monday inaugurated the 127-million-U.S. dollar Japanese-funded Tsubasa Bridge, linking southern Kandal and Prey Veng provinces, to boost trade and travel between Cambodia and Vietnam. (Xinhua/Phearum) (lrz)
People travel on the newly-built Tsubasa Bridge, better known as Neak Loeung Bridge, in Kandal province, Cambodia, April 6, 2015. Cambodia on Monday inaugurated the 127-million-U.S. dollar Japanese-funded Tsubasa Bridge, linking southern Kandal and Prey Veng provinces, to boost trade and travel between Cambodia and Vietnam. (Xinhua/Phearum) (lrz)

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