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Fast books: The mobile libraries servicing isolated communities

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Story Source: Phnom Penh Post ~ Go to Original Article


Above: Ta Porng Nuy (not in picture) brings reading material to isolated communities in Ratanakkiri province on his three-wheeled motorbike. He has no shortage of patrons, with around 20 readers, mostly young children between five and 10, gathering around his mobile library to enjoy his selection of literature.

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One Thursday afternoon after Ta Porng Nuy has finished his work on a yam field in rural Ratanakiri Province, he gathers a selection of books on his three wheeled motorbike, driving it to a nearby town and parking it in the shadow of a tree.

Porng Nuy has no shortage of patrons, with approximately 20 readers, mostly young children between five and 10, gathering around his mobile library to enjoy his selection of literature…

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