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Japanese robots roll into Phnom Penh

Japanese robots roll into Phnom Penh

Musical robot. Photo Supplied

A show combining modern Japanese robots with traditional taiko (drums) is coming to the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Centre (CJCC ) this weekend. The embassy of Japan will co-host the cultural and scientific event, which commemorates the Mekong-Japan Exchange Year 2009. The hi-tech concert will be held on Saturday from 3pm to 5pm at the CJCC in the grounds of the Royal University of Phnom Penh on Russian Boulevard. Entry is free.


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