The fishermen live in marginal world
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Description: At the border of Cambodia and South of Laos, The Mekong River extends 14 KM to both sides of the river, which forms numerous tributaries and results in creating numerous islands. Among the islands that far away from civil world, the rapid fall is the hit spot for local fishmen. They throw their nets down to the falling waterfalls and bravely swing through the rapids. Due to the dangerous level of this fishing method, the surviving technique is going to lost in generations soon. Kompapon falls, the largest waterfall in flow rate. The richness in water quantity brings countless fishes while creating difficulties in fishing as well. Fishermen live in this area have to risk their lives to fish in the rapids, in order to make a living to support their family.