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Global Report

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Khun Or - The
Reed that Bends by DAVID HOLMAN
Every year hundreds of young men quit villages in Thailand to try for a livelihood in the boxing rings of Bangkok. When Dork Or left his family he took the ring name Khun Or which means 'The reed that bends but will not break'.
This second in a series of dramatised films for Global Report traces how that resilience was put to the test. Photography MIKE SOUTHON Film editor PETER ROSE
Series producer PETER ARMSTRONG Director DAVID WALLACE

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Unknown: David Holman
Producer: Peter Armstrong
Director: David Wallace

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