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'Miss Phnom Penh'

'Miss Phnom Penh'

Can you talk about life in the home? Do you have a high-pitched squeaky voice? Can

you stumble across a stage in high-heeled shoes? Well, come on down. You could be

the next Miss Cambodia. The finalists in the 'Miss Phnom Penh" contest (above)

needed all this and more last Sunday. Next week brings more home-loving girls from

around the country who want to "travel the world, meet interesting people and

eradicate all childhood illnesses". Tensions will rise in the capital as the

crucial question is anwered - yes, who will be the first Miss Cambodia?

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