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Humanitarian

Cambodian Gangnam Style with Taramana NGO

After the unforgettable experience I had shooting the lipdub with the Cambodian kids from the Learning Foundation, I thought it would be a good idea to renew the experience. As I was travelling in Cambodia, beginning of 2013, I met Jocelyn Dordé, founder of the Taramana NGO. I told him about the lipdub project I … Continue reading »

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Lipdub follow-up: The eyecare mission with the Seva Foundation

It’s been a while since I last updated my blog (4 years !), and I just noticed I never posted about what happened for the kids after we finished the Lipdub. Thanks to 74 donors, I was able to fundraise about 3000 USD which was not the target amount I pledged for the eyecare mission, … Continue reading »

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The first lipdub video with 300 Cambodian kids and the story of how I met Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

Pour lire cet article en français, cliquez ici. To read this post in French, click here I have been keeping this video secret for almost 8 months, but I think it’s time to release it now. I’m going to share with you the most important video I made so far while traveling, the one I … Continue reading »

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ACODO children on tour

During April 2011, for the Khmer new year, ACODO children went on tour for 2 weeks in the South of Cambodia. I met them in Sihanoukville, a city near the coast. They performed their show in several villages around to raise some funds. In the day, they walked from a house to another wishing a … Continue reading »

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A child’s wonder can’t be bought. For the rest, there is mastercard

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