Kees van der Spek was given one week time to possible abuses in Vietnam to find and as the new series of Kees van der Spek Exposes.
“This is a fairly difficult sport in the world of journalism. I have no appointment with someone close to me on the spot a few things,” says the 55-year-old producer in RTL Late Night with Twan Huys.
Van der Spek had already made a shortlist with criminal activities that he in Vietnam sometimes could perceive, but was able to continue so not much to prepare. One of the abuses which he has examined, was the trade, and preparing tijgervlees.
“I had a week to catch, but this story had me on the second day of almost around. This goes further than the illumination of tourists. I was with a man on the road, but that was a bit boring. At one point, I asked him to tijgervlees. That was the beginning.”
Van der Spek contact World wide Fund for Nature
Van der Spek then got a piece of meat thrown at you, which he surely knew it from the endangered species originates. “We have the Vietnamese in the background to translate, and believe me it is tiger. That people smoezen, of course.”
While the food was Of der Spek aware that he participated in a criminal activity, therefore he contacted with the World wildlife Fund. The foundation has the data of the conscious restaurant and has said to take action.
Kees van der Spek Unmask goes Tuesday night on RTL 4 will start.