PRODUCTS made by Phnom Penh’s poor communities are the focus of a three-day exhibition that is to kick off today in front of Wat Phnom. “We are holding the exhibition to entertain the people and to show off the achievements of Phnom Penh,” said Song Senghuot, the director of the Phnom Penh Municipal Department of Industry, Mines and Energy. The fair is to host 83 booths showcasing items made by poor local families alongside products from international vendors. The sales will be complemented by nighttime concerts and traditional games intended to welcome the new year.
Local fair starts today
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