Every day, when he goes to work, Sun Vanndy meets the main object of his first series: children at the crossroads of Phnom Penh, selling Jasmin Flowers for a few Riels to car drivers. “These children should be at school, but they don’t have the choice , their families need the money”. When night falls, the photographer hangs around with them in the middle of the traffic, trying to be invisible, although the kids and passengers are very curious.
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