A battered and blurry road sign stands at a crossroads in Preah Vihear’s Rui Feng sugarcane plantation. The text is barely legible and looks like it had been smudged with water. To the right is the Lan Feng plantation, straight ahead is Heng Rui, and further east is Heng Yue.
The four plantations — along with a fifth, Heng Non — form the five sugarcane plantations collectively called Rui Feng, spanning more than 40,000 hectares. Large ditches, almost 1-meter deep and filled with muddy rain water, pepper the roads of the plantations.
Large trucks gently drive through the ditches, their suspension groaning from the heavy harvest. But, the trucks are not carrying sugarcane…. Read more on: https://vodenglish.news