My dear Kacvey,

Today’s exclusive reporting by The Guardian of London, UK, on illegal wildlife trafficking between countries in South East Asia and in Southern Africa should be read and discussed by all of your students for lessons and perspectives on how Cambodia should avoid falling in the traps of international corruption, decimation of endangered species and savagery committed by South East Asian traffickers, with tentacles in Cambodia.

The Guardian published 3 articles under the headlines Illegal Wildlife Trade by reporters Oliver Holmes and Nick Davies, as follows:

  1. Revealed: the criminals making millions from illegal wildlife trafficking

2. The crime family at the centre of Asia’s animal trafficking network

3. Animal trafficking: the $23bn criminal industry policed by toothless regulator

On Tuesday 27 September 2016, The Guardian followed up the story with 2 other articles:

  1. Revealed: how senior Laos officials cut deals with animal traffickers

2. China accused of defying its own ban on breeding tigers to profit from body parts