Around 12.000 families live in Thmar Puok District and one of their main financial resources is the nurture of a tubercle similar to radish. Once cut and dry, they sell it to Thailand, where some companies transforms it to become fodder for animals. Walking around the village, you don’t stop seeing big plastics in the houses’ fronts covered with thousands of roots getting dry under the sun. Wherever one goes, you can always feel the sweet smell and hear the tac-tac-tac-tac… of whole families cutting more and more.

Date: Feb 27 Skills: ISL - LSE, ON WHEELS, the route

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  1. mario
    Monday March 17th, 2014 at 02:48 PM · Reply

    Ímprobos e interminables trabajos de los humanos para que acabe el alimento en las fauces de los animales de otro lejano país.

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