Courtesy of the Telegraph, via the indefatigable លោកគ្រូ, is this series of 18 different maps, in which the land mass is distorted to approximate different demographics. For instance, here is the ‘normal’ land-mass projection:
In most of the maps, Cambodia’s pretty hard to see. But try this one, on the basis of number of mopeds or motorcycles:
Or this one, displaying war deaths from 1945-2002:
I wish they’d done some maps based on other demographics, such as the global hunger index.
But these are pretty neat.