Noum is the name of a traditional fishing trap used during the rainy season by Karvet Indigenous People since ancient times. The name has been used for a long time, but in 2021 Ban Pas decided to call the trap Keb (which means ‘Shoes’ in the Indigenous language) instead. He has been making this kind of fishing trap since he was 12 years old. Today, he is 39 years old and lives with his wife and four children in a cashew plantation. In the past, Ban Pas could weave three or four fishing traps each day, today he only manages to make one to two. “In the future, I want to teach my children how to weave.”, he says.