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Disabled musician inspires others

Publication date 16 June 2021 | 19:58 | ICT

Despite having spent more than two decades lying on his stomach on a wheeled cart almost constantly, musician Brak Sophanna, 30, has never been one to spend much time at rest. He prefers to stay busy writing songs, helping with charitable

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