Cheap labour and global fashion trends mean that people are consuming and disposing of an ever greater amount of clothing. But in India, these tattered rags are reincarnated. Textiles from across the world are sent to the Indian port of Kandala, the world capital of the second-hand garment trade and a billion-dollar industry. We take a closer look.
Plus, we meet the Khmericans, Cambodian refugees who lived in the United States but were deported. They are now struggling to adjust to a homeland that many of them have never known.
And conservation versus tourism: Vietnam’s Ha Long Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage site, but keeping it pristine is a constant challenge.
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- 2.Murder in Cambodia
- 3.Stitched up in Cambodia: When having a baby means losing your job
- 4.🌏 earthrise – Pangolin Rangers
- 5.India: Where old clothes go to get a new life
- 6.These Huge Rats Can Sniff Out Land Mines | National Geographic
- 7.Stitched up in Cambodia: When having a baby means losing your job.
- 8.Cambodia: Orphan tourism | 101 East
- 9.Cambodia’s Orphans | Get Real | Channel NewsAsia Connect
- 10.Cambodia´s Garment Industry (Documentary “A Day in the Cambodian Garment Factory”)
- 11.Cambodia Fashion Week – Ghosts in the Garment Factory
- 12.🇰🇭 Cambodia: Dying for fashion | 101 East
- 13.Plundering Cambodia’s Forests | 101 East
- 14.‘Vigilantes’ Fight to Save Cambodia’s Forests | Radio Free Asia (RFA)
- 15.Local Cambodian Patrols Seek to End Illegal Logging
- 16.Saving Cambodia’s Forest and Wildlife | Cardamom Tented Camp
- 17.Monks Hold Ceremony to Protect Cambodian Forest | Radio Free Asia (RFA)