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— byAlfonse Chiu: The longest river in Southeast Asia, the Mekong starts in the Chinese highlands and runs through six countries in all. It sustains both richly bio-diverse ecosystems and the livelihood of over 60 million people. Now, the Mekong is on the verge of complete ecological collapse. Faced with increasing strains from over-development, the communities living in the lower Mekong region have to contend with environmental destruction and fluctuating climate conditions. The possible futures for the river and those who depend on it are the focus of Mekong 2030, a new anthology produced by the Luang Prabang Film Festival…

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