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... a WANNABE ARTIST ! The next best thing... befriend these creative individuals.
Acting Together on the World Stage
a feature documentary including works by playwright, librettist Catherine Filloux about Cambodia
". . . the idea of remembering as a revolutionary act..."
- Catherine Filloux
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Exquisite! Ethereally stunning! Breathtaking!
"Preah Thoang - Neang Neak"
A Royal Ballet performance in Paris, France (2010)
"jeb hand composition"
I wish I had kept up my dancing...
Ramayana Regional Dance Competition/Performances
with the front of Angkor Wat as the stage, 1996. I was mesmerized, completely enthralled by the exquisite performance being there under the starlit night with the spires of Angkor Wat looming in the backdrop...
BBC World (August 2011)
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I am a huge fan of Cambodian artists and envy the talents and creativity of Leang Seckon, Sopheap Pich, Chhim Sothy, Chath pier Sath, Sacrava, etc. My brother Daravuth is not bad either. And the honorary Khmer, John Weeks, is illustrating tirelessly to educate the young using comics. On the vocal front, who can compare with the legendary Sin Sisamouth, Cambodian-American Aretha Franklin Bochan Huy, jazz musician Prince Norodom Sirivudh, lyricist/singer Prince Sisowath Panara, tenor Khuon Sethisak, rapper praCh Ly, Dengue Fever...And dance, who can break a move like K.K. (Tuy Sobil) and his breaking dancing club Tiny Toones?! And need I say much about the award-winning filmmaker Rithy Panh and his talented niece Bosba Panh?!
|Pen Sovan's Memoir, K5 Plan; Ieng Thirith Dies; Law of Jungle Symposium; HRRC in Bali; Arrest warrant for opposition Senator, friend Hong Sok Huor; What do the Passover and K-5 Plan have in common?|
Short Autobiography by Pen Sovan "Opposition to K5 Plan" "The idea to establish the K5 Plan came directly from Vietnam. At seven in the morning of 27 March 1981, Mr. Le Duc Tho ឡេ ឌឹកថ, a member of the Central Politburo of the Vietname [ ... ]
|Examples of Unclarity of Khmer Writing; Cognitive Miser Theory; ឲ្យ v. អោយ; Tradition; សូម and សុំ; Punctuation is the KEY to Development|