Cambodian Finger Dancing
A cultural resurgence is a beautiful thing. Particularly in the case of the ancient Cambodian finger dance. Painstakingly recorded by experts who studied wall carvings from the thousand year-old temples in Angkor Wat, and nearly obliterated during the Khmer Rouge regime of the 1970's, the finger dance is now becoming a common sight at public ceremonies. Another good reason to head to Indochina.
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