|A local Orang Asli child playing in a playground. Behind him is a tea farm quarters where they live.|
|Harvesting tea leaves can start as early as 4am in the thick myst. Harvesters are paid by the kilos.|
|Narrow, winding roads are a norm in Cameron Highlands. |
Often, drivers have to hit the horn to signal others when
approaching sharp corners to avoid road accidents.
[Photos are from Photojournalism Workshop with Zainal Halim]