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Born​ on July 1, 1981, in Svay Rieng Province, Chem Chandara is known as one of Cambodia’s most famous comedians and actors, but definitely not known to be at a loss of words. Sor Chandara and Julius Thiemann test him on the ability to act out his answers instead of saying them. Why?
Don’t pictures say more than 1,000 words . . . ?

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