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.
Preah Mear is one of Cambodia’s biggest illegal gold mining areas. The small, illegal gold digger ventures are cradled into the concessioned land, held by a Chinese company running three mines here, with a depth of up to 500 meters.
The “forest people”, also called “highlanders”, “tribal people”, or “minorities” are actually the majority of Ratanakiri, a very rich province.
The highlanders forests, once partially sacred and a trusted source for their livelihood, has been sold by the government and is still in the process of being sold out.
If you ask the Burmese, they say they don’t like Myanmar.
Although camps have been removed as of April 2015 as many as 13,459 families, accounting for 44,934 persons, were yet to be resettled and houses for them are still under construction.
Driving, filming, blogging for 6 month – 35.000 Kilometers – from top to bottom of the American continent.
Travelling from 200 Kilometers from Phuntsholing to Darjeeling took me 7 hours. Many roadside accidents, construction sides and farm vehicles obstructed the road. I have rarely seen steeper roads than in the Darjeeling mountains.
Ladakh liegt mit seiner einzigartigen Natur und seinen wunderbaren Menschen zwischen dem Karakorum und dem Himalaya. Ladakh war einst ein unabhängiges, buddhistisches Königreich.
Eine Reise im Jahr 2007 durch Bamako, Dogonland, Essakana, Timbuktu, Segou und Mopti. Staubig und trocken wie ein altes Brot, ein von allen Elementen vergessenes Land.