The so-called Cambodian jungle girl is a Vietnamese  woman who emerged from the jungle in Ratanakiri province , Cambodia on January 13, A family in a nearby village claimed that the woman was their daughter Rochom P'ngieng born who had disappeared 18 or 19 years previously; the story was covered in most media as one of a feral child who lived in the jungle for most of her life. The woman stayed with the family until , when a Vietnamese man claimed that the woman was his daughter who had disappeared in at age 23, following a mental breakdown. He was able to provide documentation about the woman's birth and disappearance, and shortly after brought her back to his village in Vietnam. He received the support of her adoptive family as well as the approval of immigration officials. She came to international attention after emerging filthy, naked and scarred from the dense jungle of Ratanakiri province in remote northeastern Cambodia on January 13,
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Navigating a changing world: media’s gendered prism
Women in Cambodia are traditionally expected to be modest, soft-spoken, "light" walkers, well-mannered,  industrious,  belong to the household, act as the family's caregivers and caretakers  and financial administrators,  perform as the "preserver of the home", maintain virginity until marriage, become faithful wives,  and act as advisors to their husbands. In recent years, women have become more active in the traditionally male-dominated spheres of work and politics in Cambodia. In the wake of the Cambodian Civil War , Cambodia suffered a deficit in the number of male laborers. Thus, women took over responsibilities that were commonly and principally done by Cambodian men. In practice most women receive lower wages than their male counterparts.
The sales tactic, according to the premier and others, is an affront to traditional Cambodian values and degrades women. She said women who display photos of themselves in skimpy dress tempt men to cheat on their wives and invite sexual harassment, the Times reported. Responding to a Facebook Live session hosted by Kwan on her profile, comments from women streamed in. Why wear clothes if you already reveal everything? When talking about patriarchal systems, typically, we portray men as the only actors.