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Handicraft community struggles to pass baton to next generation

Publication date 13 October 2019 | 21:08 | ICT

While it is increasingly common these days to find imported souvenirs and household items at tourist destinations across the Kingdom, a small community in Svay Rieng province is thriving through their traditional handicraft heritage.

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