The half-submerged Lat Tha Hae buddhist temple pointing its roof from the falsely tranquil Ou River - about 40km upstream from the city of Luang Prabang, northern Laos. As a key part of China’s Belt and Road Initiative in Laos, the Lao government has granted the Chinese development rights over the entire Ou River basin. The Nam Ou 1 hydropower dam flooded the section of the Ou River, which is the Mekong’s longest tributary, causing an irreversible damage to the ecosystem and locals that depend on it.
© Olivier Löser/2019
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