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Cambodia’s Tonle Sap Lake: where fishermen have no fish and no hope

The body of water, which relies on the Mekong reversing its flow to replenish supplies, provides most the country’s protein production. But overfishing and climate change threaten life on the lake.

20 Jan 2019 - 9:20PM

The body of water, which relies on the Mekong reversing its flow to replenish supplies, provides most the country’s protein production. But overfishing and climate change threaten life on the lake.

Cambodia’s Tonle Sap Lake: where fishermen have no fish and no hope
Sorcery and black magic are alive and well in Cambodia, and they’re worth killing over

Outbreaks of disease, unsolved deaths or bad luck are often blamed by villagers on witchcraft, and sometimes there are violent consequences.

14 Jan 2019 - 8:04PM

Outbreaks of disease, unsolved deaths or bad luck are often blamed by villagers on witchcraft, and sometimes there are violent consequences.

Sorcery and black magic are alive and well in Cambodia, and they’re worth killing over
‘They only go to Chinese shops’: why Cambodia’s influx of mainland tourists is causing tensions

Local business owners say Chinese-owned establishments are benefiting disproportionately from the 1.27 million mainlanders who visited last year

2 Jan 2019 - 9:35PM

Local business owners say Chinese-owned establishments are benefiting disproportionately from the 1.27 million mainlanders who visited last year

‘They only go to Chinese shops’: why Cambodia’s influx of mainland tourists is causing tensions
As anti-US feeling grows in Cambodia, China cashes in
Vietnam’s cracking down on dissent ... so why Trump’s pat on back?
Trump lays time bomb for Vietnam’s mine-clearing efforts
Can Cambodia’s censors keep a lid on its steamy social media?
What will become of Cambodia’s endangered tuk-tuk drivers?

Phnom Penh’s favourite carriages are facing an assault from all sides – from a government keen to phase them out for more modern transport to cheaper rickshaws and the perils of a saturated market

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

Phnom Penh’s favourite carriages are facing an assault from all sides – from a government keen to phase them out for more modern transport to cheaper rickshaws and the perils of a saturated market

What will become of Cambodia’s endangered tuk-tuk drivers?