Photography cannot do much. It provides some level of information, yet it has no pretensions about changing the world. It is the people who read the photographs who change the world... ” - John Vink.
John Vink CAMBODIA. Soh Sadam. 24/02/2002: Workers unfolding 4km reel of Alcatel optic fiber cable crossing Cambodia. Workers are paid 2000 Riel (0,5$US) per meter for digging a trench 20cm wide and 1,2m deep. Most of the workers are landless, coming from various parts of Cambodia, mainly from Prey Veng province.
John Vink CAMBODIA. Anglon Kgnan. 30/11/2001: Relocation of Bassac slums fires victims on former rice fields, 20Km from Phnom Penh. Newly arrived waiting to know where his plot of land will be. Each family is given a tarpaulin and 30 kg of rice.
John Vink CAMBODIA O'Donpov. 13/02/2001. Ox killed by an anti-tank mine while Moak CHUEN, 21 years old, was going to gather wood at Chran Bak, in former war zone. The ox will be eaten by mourners at Moak Chuen¹ funeral.