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Citizens of Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, and the Philippines are invited to take part in a six-day exclusive Asean Camp 2017 Business Challenge in Thailand.
The choreography is similar to the royal ballet of Cambodia though not as refined and is performed along with a narrator and ensemble of traditional pinpeat Khmer instruments.