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Japanese expat is marking 10 years of ‘SuiJoh’ brand made in Cambodia

Publication date 15 May 2022 | 21:10 | ICT

Founded in 2012 by Japanese entrepreneur Yusuke Asano, SuiJoh is a modern shop that designs high-quality custom apparel and accessories which are handmade by Cambodian tailors.

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