Abby Seiff is an American journalist with a decade of experience reporting and editing in Asia. Her writing and photography have appeared in Newsweek, Time, the Mekong Review, Al Jazeera, Pacific Standard and more. She has received grants from Thomson Reuters Foundation and Internews and was an International Reporting Project Fellow. Prior to becoming a freelancer, she served as an editor for several years at The Cambodia Daily and The Phnom Penh Post. Her work focuses on human rights, the environment and migration. In recent years, she has reported on Thailand's southern insurgency, food security along the Mekong and migration from Nepal. She is working on a book about Cambodia's Tonle Sap lake.
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