When we came to Independence Square, we saw another picture of leisure and ease. people in twos or threes chat with melon seeds, or sit on a stone bench to rest, or walk side by side around the square, or stand in a fixed position to stretch. Some children chase and play with each other, others with their families, seemingly want to participate in the conversation between adults, and five or six shuttlecock kickers in circles. The vendors also talked and laughed with each other, and did not shout and sell. Some people would come naturally if they wanted to buy. Apart from a statue of Prince Sihanouk, there are no large buildings or tall stone pillars in the square. It is like a huge isolation cover, which filters out the noise of the surrounding roads and leaves the vast space for people to relax and quiet. The square itself, because of the participation of people, becomes lively and lively.