38 films Found
LGBT individuals are not tolerated in Cambodia, where gay marriage is illegal. Pressured into conforming to heterosexual expectations, many LGBT women seek refuge by going to work in garment factories.
150,000 Cambodian refugees were accepted into the US following wars fuelled by American intervention. Their children now face an uncertain future, with deportation figures on the rise.
The number of Cambodian orphanages has tripled in the last 8 years, yet as many as 80% of 'orphans' have families. We look at how the lucrative "voluntourism" industry has turned orphanages into businesses.
The USA and Australia have been deporting second generation Cambodians who have committed crimes back to Cambodia. Should they be sent to a country their parents fled, which they've never called home?
When Mary Hutton saw a TV report on the mistreatment of bears in Asia, she chose to dedicate herself to the cause of saving the endangered creatures. Two decades on the results are inspirational.
Since the Bangladesh garment factory collapse, the battle between workers and management has been hotting up in Cambodia. Despite poor conditions and low wages, employers in this cut-throat industry are standing firm.
As Phnom Penh joins Asia's development frenzy, its poorest people are shunted from slum to slum to make space for development land. We reveal the profound human cost of the country's march to modernity.
Chut Wutty was one of Asia's leading environmental activists until he was mysteriously gunned down in the Cardomom forest. Why was he killed? We investigate a story of corruption, conflict and cover up.