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In Brief: China launches radio station

In Brief: China launches radio station

Chinese

state radio has started its first Khmer-language broadcasts into

Cambodia with the launch of a new station in the capital Thursday.

Chinese International Radio, which broadcasts in 43 languages around

the world, has cooperated with National Radio of Cambodia to establish

the new station on the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between

the two countries. Cambodia-China Friendship Radio Phnom Penh, as the

new station has been dubbed, will broadcast 18 hours a day in Khmer,

Chinese and English.

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