Ruom Collective
A MULTIMEDIA COLLECTIVE BASED IN ASIA
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A collective of journalists based Asia
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Under the Sun

Kampot province produces salt for the local market - a total of 80,000 tons of salt per year from more then 3 million hectares of land is distributed around the country.

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Transitioning Cambodia

This project has been in the making for many years. It started off as a feeling. When I first got to Cambodia, I felt I had arrived in a place were anything was possible. Cambodia was booming with opportunity, and it was deeply forgiving of mistakes. It was the ideal place to set up as 24-year-old photographer with very little experience in the freelance market, and I started off by looking for jobs to keep me afloat. It was a slow start, as all freelance photographers can probably relate to; small jobs here and there, the odd big contract and a lot of time for blog posts, internet updates and importantly personal projects

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Waiting for the King

This morning King Norodom Sihamouni and Prime Minister Hun Sen attended the opening ceremony for a new neuroscience centre at Calmette Hospital. The shiny new building which has been filled with advanced high-tech equipment is a big step forward for Cambodia. Here are images of the people who waited for the King and the Prime Minister as they visited the centre.

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The Ethics of "Live-training"

Following a recent report RUOM published in Al Jazeera on the 27th of June, the Filipino government has taken steps to ensure the welfare of its domestic workers in Singapore.

It took action against two agencies in particular – Homekeeper and Budget Maid – which have been temporarily suspended from recruiting Filipino domestic workers.

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