A story about how fish from the Mekong River is caught and sold, cooked and consumed, by the people in the Mekong region. The film shows the Mekong River’s wild fish being caught and processed, and the networks of trade as people work through the night and day to transport the catch to villages and towns, to markets, homes and restaurants. Script/Director: Rajesh Daniel. Producer: Mekong Program on Water, Environment and Resilience (M-POWER), Unit for Social and Environmental Research (USER) and International Rivers (IR). A healthy Mekong River is central to mainland Southeast Asia’s food security. The rich fisheries and ecosystems of the Mekong River not only feed people living alongside the river but are crucial for the livelihoods of millions of people across mainland Southeast Asia.