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Mondulkiri to promote indigenous culture

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Mondulkiri to promote indigenous culture

The Mondulkiri provincial Department of Culture and Fine Arts will organise an event to commemorate indigenous culture on April 11-12 on Phnom Dos Kramom hill in Sen Monorom town's Sokdom commune in order to attract the public to join in the preservation of the culture of ethnic minority groups in the country.

Department director Sey Touch said youth groups, vendors and civil servants in the province will participate in the event, held to preserve the identity, culture and traditions of indigenous communities in the province.

“We also wish to draw local and international tourists to come to enjoy and understand the value of culture, especially for indigenous youth to join in the protection of their tradition and culture,” he said.

He said this is an annual event regularly held on Aril 12, but had been cancelled in the last two years due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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