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Unique hairstyle spotted on the campaign trail

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Unique hairstyle spotted on the campaign trail

During the election campaign, the parades of each political party teem along the streets. However, what is to be seen beyond the parades is the way that youths come out to support their parties.

The hairstyle of one particular young man is very interesting — it shows his hair shaved to show the logo, the number, and the appreciation of the political party he supports. On the photo, there are around 559 Likes and 102 Shares. Some Facebook users like the photo, while others don’t.

Seammech Kong commented: “So fantastic nas guy.”

Tang Sela wrote: “Amazing.”

However, Sophia Dy made a critical comment: “If that is what it takes to make srok Khmer a better country to live in … I’d cut my hair like that too.”

Kol Reach commented: “All are gangs.”

And So Kha wrote: “Look so crazy.”

Bora Phen commented: “Oh my god!! Speechless!!”

Facebook, like the parades, is being used as a means to show the public support for a particular party during the 30-day campaign period.

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