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London-educated Cambodian artist chooses to pursue career at home

Publication date 05 April 2021 | 08:33 | ICT

From Phnom Penh to London to Kampot town and then back to the Kingdom’s capital, a young Cambodian woman, Tyta Buth, now finds herself flourishing in Phnom Penh’s arts scene.

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