Singapore Eco Film Festival | Session #7 – Sticky Rice
The Singapore Eco Film Festival (#SGEFF) is a celebration bringing together all the environmental organisations in Singapore, to ignite a public passion for protecting our environment in Singapore & Beyond!
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Session #7 – Sticky Rice

Sticky Rice

Globalisation may be bringing economic prosperity to cities, but what is the impact on the rural way of life? As tourism flourishes with a growing middle class in China, how will our cultural values evolve?

Date

Sun Nov 13, 2016
10:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Discussions

Melissa Leong, Borneo Eco Film Fest
Serene Chng, TRAFFIC Southeast Asia
Kounila Keo, WhenInPhnomPenh.com

Category
Films

FILMS

On Borrowed Time
‘On Borrowed Time’, launched in conjunction with World Tiger Day 2011, trains a spotlight on the poaching crisis in Belum-Temengor, a forest complex in northern Peninsular Malaysia, and calls for the problem to be put on the national agenda by WWF-Malaysia and TRAFFIC Southeast Asia.

Banana Pancakes and the Children of Sticky Rice
When an isolated village in rural Laos reachable only by boat, becomes a backpacker destination the influx of tourists disrupts the local population. While the backpackers are in search of an authentic traditional experience, the inhabitants seek the income and other amenities the west has to offer. The two worlds meet at the crossroads of their opposite desires; the one longing for authenticity, the other for modernity.