I am a simple Buddhist monk - no more, no less.
A woman makes and sells kralan on the edge of the road near Siem Reap. Kralan is a traditional Khmer snack of sticky rice, red bean, sugar and coconut milk sealed in a short length of bamboo and cooked over coals.
We use them constantly. We depend on them for every conceivable purpose. We are familiar with every inch of their compact frames. With more than 1 billion users worldwide and 2.5 million apps — and counting — available across Google and Apple’s digital marketplaces, smartphones are impacting day-to-day life in some surprising ways. Even monks embrace the smartphone age.