Cover Pic: Labour Migrants in Binh Duong Province, Vietnam © 2008 Michael Waibel.
This picture is showing labour migrants living at so-called boarding houses in close proximity to an industrial zone in Binh Duong Province, which is located within the metropolitan region of Ho Chi Minh City. In the extensive peri-urban industrial belt around HCMC, more than 500,000 workers are employed in industrial zones alone. Most of them are from 15 to 29 years old and predominantly female.
Managing editors of issue PN#38: Michael Waibel & Julia N. Albrecht
- Brigitte Hamm
Corporate Social Responsibility in Vietnam: Integration or Mere Adaptation?
- Tess Guiney
‘Orphanage Tourism’ in Cambodia: When Residential Care Centres Become Tourist Attractions
- Michael Waibel & Philipp Zielke
PN Photo Pages: Beijing 798 Art Zone: A Maturing Creative Cluster?
- Jost Wübbecke
China’s Mineral and Metals Industry: On the Path towards Sustainable Development?
- Michael Fink
Yavirau: A traditional Fijian fish drive as an example of culturally embedded community development
- Marion Struck-Garbe
Reflections on Climate Change by Contemporary Artists in Papua New Guinea
- Walter Koditek
PN Picture: Burmese teenagers with ‚thanaka’ makeup in Salay town near Bagan