The tourism-based economic system makes Cambodia lack its own livelihood industry. In 2019, China has also become Cambodia's second largest importer, second only to Thailand next to it. 0_qWWktsgU_0AZt2yq Photo Credit: Double-A Countryside outside State Highway 4 Apart from Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville is probably home to the largest number of Chinese in Cambodia. The city was named after King Sihanouk, and used to be famous for its azure blue coast. But in recent years, Hun Sen has been promoting the gaming industry here. The target group is wealthy Chinese businessmen. Money and prostitutes fill the entire coastline. This is Chinatown through and through.
Photo Credit: Double-A Casinos in Westport color correction services I remember standing in front of the casino street in Westport, a hotel guy from China thought I was also a seeker, and he must put a business card for me anyway, "Why don't you come here and see the local lady, we The 'level' of the young lady is very high." Before the voice fell, a group of girls who felt like they were only 15 or 16 years old began to solicit guests from the casino fluently in Khmer Chinese. 1_1EQiGgvNQzx2zk0gpINnwQ Photo Credit: Double-A Westport's Casino Street has many young Khmer girls If I came to Sihanoukville by plane.
I might have despised these products of capitalism like many defenders, but as I took the bus from Phnom Penh and bumped on the road for nine hours, I could understand their succession at that time, because The countryside seen from National Highway No. 4 is too bitter and uncivilized. It's all about surviving. Living things that seem to be taken for granted today are so difficult in Cambodia. From the 14th century onwards, the Khmers have been hobbling to this day. 0_X1G9CwY0lmkwDJ8y Photo Credit: Double-A A village flooded when it rains However, next to each other, they are still coming.