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Ethnic Phnong villagers turn to homegrown produce for a living

Publication date 21 September 2018 | 14:18 | ICT

As she walks in the rain, the 65-year-old ethnic Phnong woman is on her way to Sen Monorom to sell the wild bamboo shoots and bananas she carries on her back. She wears a blue shirt, a krama and yellow flip-flops.

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