Cultural show to celebrate bilateral ties

PHNOM PENH: Cambodian and Chinese artists jointly performed traditional dances, music, acrobatics and martial arts here to celebrate the 65th anniversary of diplomatic relations and the friendshp year.

Presented by artists from the Northwest Minzu University of China, the Royal University of Fine Arts and the Circus School of Cambodia, the glittering cultural show, held at the Chenla Theater, attracted some 600 spectators.

Speaking at the opening ceremony of the show, which was the first time artists from China have come to perform in Cambodia since the pandemic, the Cambodian Minister of Culture and Fine Arts Phoeurng Sackona said the performance was vital to promoting cultural and tourism exchanges between the two nations. — Xinhua

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