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Six men prepare to man up for TV5 show

Six men prepare to man up for TV5 show

Six men, one secret location, 75 extreme challenges, one US$7000 prize: Cambodia’s toughest ever TV challenge will hit TV screens on Sunday at 8.30pm on TV5.

Following a successful recruitment campaign that generated 4,657 applications from young Cambodians,  six lucky contestants were selected to take part in You’re the Man! Season 3, Cambodia’s toughest ever TV challenge.

The show is part of an HIV prevention initiative from the USAID funded Prasit program that tackles HIV and its contributor, binge drinking.


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