60 Mith Samlanh Students Visit the National Museum

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On 10 February sixty students from Mith Samlanh/Friends visited the National Museum in Phnom Penh, Cambodia to learn about their country’s Art, Culture and History. Coming from backgrounds on the margins of  society, they have had very little chance to know and learn about their art, culture and history, let alone the importance of preserving them. Therefore, this visit was very important and means a lot to them as they are part of the new generation of Cambodians. Along with learning they also had a lot of fun walking around the museum seeing the goldfish and meeting people from different parts of their country.

 

Mith Samlanh students inspected the Ancient Statue from Angkor Period

Mith Samlanh students inspected the Ancient Statue from Angkor Period

Then They had fun inspecting goldfish in the Museum

Then They had fun inspecting goldfish in the Museum

Group photo in front of the National Museum

Group photo in front of the National Museum

Group photo in front of the National Museum

Group photo in front of the National Museum

 

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