U.S. Students’ Exposure Visit to Cambodian Ancient Sites

Students majoring in arts and archaeology from Cornell University of America are conducting exposure visit to Cambodia's key ancient sites.

Taking place from Jan. 3 to 18, the trip intends to learn about Cambodian culture and arts, particularly weaving and ancient architectures.

The sites planned for the two-week exposure include temples, silk production farms, museums, and arts centres in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.

The touring serves as a supplement to the theories they have studied at Cornell University, according to Vice President of Angkor International Centre for Research and Documentation Dr. Ear Darith who taught arts and politics at the school.

This is the fifth exposure visit of students from Cornell University to Cambodia.

Source: Agency Kampuchea Press

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