New Year, New Protests

Jan. 3, 2011. The Boeung Kak area is looking increasingly bare, yet some community activists are continuing the fight for their land and housing rights. On Monday morning, some 150 residents gathered at Phnom Penh’s Freedom Park to again ask Prime Minister Hun Sen to intervene, despite being fully aware the Prime Minister himself attended a September meeting which heralded Chinese investment into the Shukaku venture.

Only a few houses remain in Village 1. They have been refused compensation by Shukaku

What used to be the main entry point to Village 1

Village 24: Few structures remain on the lake

Village 24 used to be a vibrant community

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