Students from 32 countries participate in international cultural festival in Cambodia
Date posted: March 30, 2016
The second annual international language and cultural festival in Cambodia on March 23rd has drawn the participation of students from 32 countries who are studying at Zaman International School in Cambodia.
Art performances and pavilions on the traditional cultures of 32 countries aimed to promote friendship among nations. Entrance ticket fees were for charity activities in Cambodia.
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