Cambodia census has ethnic Vietnamese community worried
The Cambodian Interior ministry is carrying out a census to identify how many foreigners - legal and illegal - are living in the country.
Despite the government's claim the poll is aimed at all foreign nationals, it is mostly the ethnic Vietnamese population that have been feeling the effects.
Ethnic Vietnamese make up Cambodia's largest immigrant community, numbering up to a million. Many are afraid about their future.
BBC Vietnamese's Nga Pham reports.
20 Sep 2014
- From the section Asia