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Hoping to strike it rich

About 30 kilometres from Ratanakiri’s Banlung town, 10 miners have dug holes deep in the ground in a rubber plantation, hoping to strike it rich. Their tunnels range from 10-15 metres deep and their equipment is basic – everything is done by hand. These men ...

Khmer Times
http://www.khmertimeskh.com/97573/hoping-to-strike-it-rich/

Gems in the rough in Ratanakkiri

“These are the best quality stones,” Lat Yun says with a grin. Nestled in his outstretched hand are three unassuming rocks. “I don’t know what they’re called, I just know they’re the best.” The gemstones of Ratanakkiri are a mineral called zircon, but in Cambodia, they ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/national/gems-rough-ratanakkiri

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