In this epilogue, the author talks about the changes that have occurred in O'Thmaa seven years after her initial fieldwork. She cites the rise of ecotourism and the establishment of an international conservation agency office in the area and describes the houses and the forest there. She also reflects on the marriages, births, and deaths in the village and reveals that Bon Dalien was not celebrated in either 2009 or 2010. Also, she was surprised to find that Ta Kam was still alive; he is almost ninety years old now. Finally, she considers the question of social support and cohesion within the village and the impact of the Khmer Rouge Tribunal on villagers' perceptions of the past, their identities today, and their relationship with the rest of Cambodia.
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