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Award for Reyum Institute

Award for Reyum Institute

The Reyum Institute of Arts and Culture received the Prince Claus Award December

10 for its work in the preservation and promotion of Cambodia's traditional and contemporary

arts and culture. Bangkok-based Netherlands Ambassador Gerard J. H. C. Kramer made

a special trip to Phnom Penh to present the 25,000 Euro award to the co-founders

and co-directors, Ly Daravuth and IngridMuan. Reyum, specializes in research and

training, exhibitions and events, publishing, and art classes.

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