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A people's struggle against forced land acquisition by the State for POSCO, South Korea

Bamboo stalks are tied in a bunch and made to soak in the water for a few days to give them extra strength. They are then brought out and cut into thin long strips which serve as the "pillars" on which the next round of betel vine roots are tied up for cultivation.

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Bamboo stalks are tied in a bunch and made to soak in the water for a few days to give them extra strength. They are then brought out and cut into thin long strips which serve as the "pillars" on which the next round of betel vine roots are tied up for cultivation.