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Chinese-Khmer magazine set for June

Chinese-Khmer magazine set for June

The Department of Information in China’s Yunan province formally requested that Khieu Kanharith, Cambodia’s minister of information, open a Khmer-Chinese language magazine in the Kingdom this June in an effort to improve the flow of information between the two countries. The decision to start the magazine was raised at a meeting between Khieu Kanharith and Cui Wen, the deputy director of information for China’s Yunnan province, on March 28 and the magazine will open this June under the name “Khmer Magazine”.

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