Cambodia: Shinta Mani Wild

Cambodia: Shinta Mani Wild

Embark on a journey through the captivating Cambodian forest at Shinta Mani Wild. Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of waterfalls and lush greens while treating yourself to a fine dining experience beside them. But here’s the best part – you get to feel like an explorer and join the anti-poachi

A Day in Phnom Penh

A Day in Phnom Penh

Joel spends an entire day with Sovannaro, a Deaf auto rickshaw owner in Phnom Penh, Cambodia touring the city and visiting a Deaf refreshment drinks vendor, a coconut vendor, and a restaurant with the entire Deaf staff. (captioned)

Cambodian Palm Sugar – A Sweet Tradition

Cambodian Palm Sugar – A Sweet Tradition

Discover the tradition of palm sugar in Cambodia and how it provides a livelihood for many. See how juice is collected from the flowers of palm sugar trees and boiled to make this unique sweetener. Chhout, Deaf Cambodian, shares her family business with Joel. (captioned)

Cambodia: Deaf Lake Boy

Cambodia: Deaf Lake Boy

Joel explores the Tonle Sap Lake, the largest freshwater lake in South East Asia with Cheng, a local Deaf boy. Cheng shows Joel inside of his home. Amazing aerial view of the lake! (captioned)

Cambodia: Deaf Food Vendor

Cambodia: Deaf Food Vendor

Bin, a Deaf woman business owner, invites Joel to the local market to buy food for her cafe business. Joel immerses with her how she’s negotiating with food vendors and rides her scooter back to the cafe. She’s preparing her Cambodian food for Joel while she’s selling her food to the customers. (CC

Cambodia: Deaf Metal Makers

Cambodia: Deaf Metal Makers

Joel is curious about the metal handicrafts at the stores around Cambodia. He has discovered 3 Deaf metal makers in a hidden location. Deaf metal makers will share their hard work. (CC Captioned)

Cambodia: Deaf Rickshaw Owner

Cambodia: Deaf Rickshaw Owner

Sovannaro, a Deaf rickshaw owner shares his business experience with Joel. See how he transformed his business from an old tuk-tuk to a new rickshaw and thrive his business operation in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. (CC Captioned)

Cambodia: Abandoned Battambang Airport

Cambodia: Abandoned Battambang Airport

Joel explores the abandoned Battambang Airport in Cambodia on a scooter ride. The airport took a downward turn during the onset of the Khmer Rouge regime. Let’s ride with Joel along with his drone. (CC Captioned)

Cambodia: Deaf Dressmaker

Cambodia: Deaf Dressmaker

With many weddings and special events occurring, the demand for the formal dress is quite high! Join Joel as he meets two Deaf dressmakers working in this bustling market, learning more about Cambodian culture and attire. (captioned)

Cambodia: Deaf Barista

Cambodia: Deaf Barista

This Deaf barista in Cambodia worked hard to learn how to make drinks from the ground up. She hopes to take her knowledge and open up her own coffee shop in the future! (captioned)

Cambodia: Last Deaf-Operated Bamboo Train

Cambodia: Last Deaf-Operated Bamboo Train

Piseth is the last Deaf person to operate a bamboo train, also known as a norry, in Cambodia. Join Joel as he learns how to operate this unique rail vehicle. (captioned)

Cambodia: Siem Reap School for the Deaf

Cambodia: Siem Reap School for the Deaf

Joel spends the day at the Siem Reap Special Education School, one of the deaf schools in Cambodia that has several full-time deaf teachers teaching over 150 deaf students. They believe passionately in teaching deaf children bilingualism- both Cambodian sign and written languages because it’s the k

Kampot, Cambodia

Kampot, Cambodia

Joel takes a natural, backroads tour of Kampot, Cambodia on his scooter. He visits a fishing village and the local market and samples dried fish before heading off to another market to go shopping. Using donations from viewers and money from the DeafNation Foundation, Joel buys art supplies to donat

Angkor – Cambodia

Angkor – Cambodia

Joel Barish takes a ride on a Tuk Tuk through Angkor, Cambodia. A group of deaf women make their living painting art on silk at the Artisians D’Angkor Silk Painting Workshop for tourists to buy. Joel also visits ancient temples and religious grounds buried deep in the jungle. Ride the Tuk Tuk to An