Photo Reportage: Japanese Year End Shopping in Fukuoka and Kyoto
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The White Building is one of Phnom Penh’s most notorious apartment buildings, one that many locals consider a slum. It’s crumbling, it’s rundown and it’s facing demolition – and its home to 2500 tenants – who mostly pay rent and love to live there.
The highlander tribes in the northeast of Cambodia have lost their battle – even though there are Highlander Associations and diverse NGOs trying to do their best to protect them from land-grabbing. “First comes the road, then goes the trees” – and if the trees go their time has come as well.
The amount of flip flops outside of a shaft is proof how many people are inside digging for gem stones. The highlanders have no right to their land, no legal papers, no marker stones, no lobby to proof that it is the land of their ancestors for a long time.
The long-anticipated move to the new Tokyo fish market will take place in November 2016, in preparation for the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics.