This week's 7Days you don't want to miss!

This week's 7Days you don't want to miss!

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7Days has an exclusive scoop with successful Hollywood-based Chinese actress Bai Ling who opens up on love, fame and why she posed on the cover of Playboy magazine.

We also have a special report on how tourism is changing the culture - for better or worse - of the minority Animist tribes who live in Ratanakkiri province.

Read the story of two Cambodian pop stars who just completed a month long tour of Japan plus an interview with an eccentric Frenchman who spent five years hitchhiking around the world - and has more than a year to go.

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