Behind the scenes of the princess's ballet

Behind the scenes of the princess's ballet

Post Weekend in collaboration with Le Petit Journal - Cambodge got an exclusive look behind the scenes of the Royal Ballet of Cambodia, as they travelled to Hong Kong for their debut in the city. Often able to secure more funding for performances internationally than at home in the Kingdom, the ballet has graced many stages around the world, including in New York, France, China, India, and all throughout Southeast Asia. Former prima ballerina Princess Norodom Buppha Devi has been the ballet's director for several decades and in that time she has worked to secure the longevity of the elite classical dance troupe.

Video shot and edited by Morgan Havet

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