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Bosba: The first Khmer woman composer from UK’s Cambridge

Publication date 15 August 2022 | 20:44 | ICT

Bosba Panh is just 25 years old, but she’s already accomplished some impressive milestones for herself and the Kingdom. On July 24, she graduated with a Master’s degree from the University of Cambridge as the first Khmer woman composer and



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