Cambodia: Saving the seven symbols

Saving the seven symbols – Phnom Penh Post, June 6, 2012
…According to a Royal Decree dated March 21, 2005 on the Designation of Animals and Plants as National Symbols of the Kingdom of Cambodia, the seven symbols are the kouprey, giant ibis, royal turtle, giant Mekong barb, sugar palm, rumdul and chicken egg banana…

Also: Cambodia: Is our national anthem striking a bad chord? – Phnom Penh Post, June 6, 2012
…“Thailand is a country that is very dutiful to their national music – they always stand up whenever they hear the national anthem,” he said. “Thus, teachers, students, ministries and citizens of all classes should start to value our national anthem again as we care for our country’s soul…”

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