NDTV is headquartered in New York City and founded by Chinese Americans. It serves more then 100 million viewers in China and around the world. It broadcasts directly into parts of mainland China via satellite, providing a truthful, uncensored Chinese-language alternative to China’s state-run media. The Boeung Kak protest from April 21st also made Phoenix TV which broadcasts in China. The video can be seen here. Something to note is that reporter says a Chinese company is developing the project but then does not give any more details besides that.
Footage courtesty of VOA.
Footage courtesy of LICADHO.
The area where Boreth has lived for years has been bought up by a company. This means that 4,000 families are forced to move to a remote area. This video is part of the Amnesty International http://www.SlumStories.org project. An online videochannel about the life in slums in different parts of the world. All videos can be watched with English, Arab, French, Spanish, German and Dutch subtitles.
David O’Shea of Australia’s Dateline returns to Cambodia to find residents at Boeung Kok lake are being flooded out of their homes. Click here to watch the video.