In 2017, Meta House / KDKG seeks to continue its successful cooperation with the Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation (FES) through the following: two short video documentaries, one dance performance video (capturing Yon Davy’s live performance), extension of an Internet blog, and a press launch event with the New Photo exhibition. The second leg of the GREEN NET project will be executed by female Cambodian filmmaker Sao Sopheak, female Cambodian journalist Hang Sokunthea and a team of Cambodian professionals. (See more)

In 2016, Meta House cooperated with the Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation (FES) for the on-going multi-media project THE GREEN NET, which focuses on the working and living conditions of 13 female construction workers in Cambodia. The first project leg was led by two female Cambodian professionals: Neak Sophal (photographer) and Chea Kesorphearom (researcher/blogger). Neak Sophal (28), the graduate of the Royal University of Fine Arts, is considered one of the rising talents of the Cambodian art scene. In 2013, she won the Angkor Photo Festival in Siem Reap. Based on Kesor’s research, Neak Sophal portrayed 13 female construction workers on construction sites in and around Phnom Penh. The resulting photos were exhibited as large-sized prints with short captions in English and Cambodian language. (See more)