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Roving Reporter

Do you like the Chinese New Year ? Why ?

Cheat Sothea

I'm happy with Chinese new year. I'm not really Chinese, but my family has always

celebrated. Here I enjoy with many people.

Chum Vanna

I'm not too much interested in this celebration because I'm not Chinese but this

is a holiday and I just came to enjoy with my friend.

Em Darachan

I like the Chinese celebration and my family also celebrates Chinese new year. I

came here to see the people. I 'm enjoying playing here with other children.

Vath

The Cambodian-Chinese or Vietnamese like very much to celebrate their new year. I

always welcome any kind of celebration which means peace to the people especially

for the Cambodians.

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