Cambodian artist Chimvichet puts the finishing touches to a three ton Naga Peace Monument sculpture at the Development Technology Workshop in Phnom Penh

September 04, 2007: Cambodian artist Ouk Chimvichet puts the finishing touches to a three ton Naga Peace Monument sculpture made almost entirely from 3000 old AK-47 rifles at the Development Technology Workshop in Phnom Penh , Cambodia. The Naga for Peace and Development has been created as part of the Japanese Assistance Team for Small Arms Management Programme in Cambodia (JSAC). The Naga symbolizes Cambodia's hope for a weapons-free society and for the country's move into a prosperous time after decades of conflict. (Chor Sokunthea/Reuters)

September 04, 2007: Cambodian artist Ouk Chimvichet puts the finishing touches to a three ton Naga Peace Monument sculpture made almost entirely from 3000 old AK-47 rifles at the Development Technology Workshop in Phnom Penh , Cambodia. The Naga for Peace and Development has been created as part of the Japanese Assistance Team for Small Arms Management Programme in Cambodia (JSAC). The Naga symbolizes Cambodia’s hope for a weapons-free society and for the country’s move into a prosperous time after decades of conflict. (Chor Sokunthea/Reuters)