Japanese Expat Takes On Neighborhood Trash
Phnom Penh: According to a Facebook account called Dii Dii’s, a Japanese man, armed with a wagon, a broom, a tongs and a litter bag came to clean the garbage thrown outside a factory. At first it was believed he was employed by the factory, but it turned out he was a concerned volunteer doing his bit for the local community.
Japanese national Inoue Aibiki has been in Cambodia for about a year and when interviewed by local newspaper, said he saw children playing with rubbish and then eating. He decided to something about it and clean up the garbage. Source: Dii Dii (Originally published in Khmernote)
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I was doing the same in an alley in Kampot and the locals that saw me and understood my actions did appreciated it. But no further