Cambodian arts festival celebrates music, dance and performance as scene thrives once again

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Cambodian arts festival celebrates music, dance and performance as scene thrives once again

Arn Chorn-Pond says he can still smell the blood from all those years ago. “Watching my little brother and sister die slowly; that’s still here with me,” says the founder of Cambodian Living Arts (CLA), an organisation established to preserve endangered art forms and rituals that has since grown to offer scholarships, support troupes and promote creativity in Cambodia’s arts sector. Born into a family of artists, Chorn-Pond was nine years old when he was taken from his parents by Khmer Rouge…

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