After months and years of filing complaints, Khmer Krom farmers are frustrated at the lack of promises and follow up by the Vietnamese government in resolving land issues. Over two hundred farmers are expected to travel from Swai-Ton (Tri Ton) and Tinh Bien (Kra-Bao) districts to Ho Chi Minh City to protest later today. Many Khmer Krom people have lost their ancestral rich fertile lands as Vietnamese authorities continue to confiscate land for its own purposes. The loss of their sacred land has sent thousand into elevated levels of poverty and hunger, making them the most vulnerable group in South Vietnam. At least ten people have arrived in the former Khmer city and more are expected to arrive later today. In the past, Vietnamese police have forbidding bus drivers to enter Ho Chi Minh in an attempt to halt the protestors. Many were forced to walk bare footed for hours on end to the area of protest. We will keep you updated with latest on the situation as it unfolds.