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Sunday, October 03, 2010

Cambodian Pepsi Circa 1975








This is a photo-story of the Cambodian Pepsi Factory built in the 1960s.

When Khmer Rouge overtook the country in 1975, it was total chaos. You can still see on these photos that the factory was abandoned immediately and almost everything remained where it was. Closed, shut and off-limits.

All of the Pepsi staff fled the country but some of were caught and sent to work in the fields. See how a Pepsi factory looked 35 years ago.













8 Comments:

Jerick said...

those logos are classic!

i remember 1980s pepsi logos to be just like that.

Pisanu for BISEAN said...

Amazing, isn't it?

eyron said...

those bottles are collectible items, it is nice to have them in my room eheh :p

Anonymous said...

whoa...is cambodia the origin of PEPSI???

Pisanu for BISEAN said...

Anonymous, no. Pepsi did not originate in Cambodia. =) Thanks for the comment.

Sanne Dee said...

History revisited again. This is what I like about Bisean.
How are the Biseaners doing?? :)

PS: Does Bisean have a facebook fans page yet?

Bangkok Girl said...

Cool Light Photos

Anonymous said...

How come there's Sprite, a Coke brand, in a Pepsi factory?cialNot udiela

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