Cambodia’s Secretive Yellow Vine Factory: Herbal Medicine or Narcotics? (SEA Globe)
Deep in Cambodia’s Cardamom Mountains, a secretive factory processes a plant known as ‘yellow vine’. In an exclusive investigation, Southeast Asia Globe unravels a tale of greed and destruction.
Read the full story (The secret garden) on the Southeast Asia Globe Magazine website.
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