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Shadowy existence

Photo by: Pha Lina

A photograph on display at the Royal University of Fine Arts depicts children who’ve encountered violence and drugs upon moving from the provinces to Phnom Penh. Bamboo Shoots, which opened Saturday, was spearheaded by the International Organisation for Migration and On Photography. It features the work of Mak Remissa, Siv Cheng, Arantxa Cedillo and Post staff photographer Pha Lina, all of whom produced images intended to document the lives of the underprivileged. The show is set to conclude on July 11.

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