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  • By: Imran Khan
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  • 1st verse Sm buak devatt raks mah ksatr yoe Qoy pn ru r a oy j y ma gal sir suasd Yoe khu bra qa g sm jrak krom mlp bra Pram Nai bra Narapat va s ksatr ael s prsd thma Grp gra aen Khmaer pur thkoe thkn. 2nd verse Prsd sl ka p ka l brai Guar qoy sramai n k l yas s kt Mah Nagar Jt Khmaer c thma g va s nau lqa r p ja har Yoe s gh m bar bh bv bre sa raps Kambuj Mah ra h koet mn yr qa ve hoey. 3rd verse Grp vatt qrm tae s s bd dharm Str oy a ar ra k gu buddh'ssn Cr yoe j qnak j a jk smo sm gr tm paep n d G tae devatt n juay jrom jrae phgd phga prayojn oy l prades Khmaer j Mah Nagar. The National Anthem of Cambodia is Nokoreach.
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  • Cambodia is found on the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia. It borders Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, and the Gulf of Thailand. The absolute location of Cambodia is 13 N and 105 E.
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  • Cambodia is officially known as the Kingdom of Cambodia. The capital of Cambodia is Phnom Penh. As of 2010, Cambodia had a population of about 14,139,000. Cambodia has a landmass of 181,035 square kilometers, which is about the same size as Missouri.
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  • Life expectancy of people in Cambodia: Males: 59 years old Females: 63 years old Infant mortality rate: 58 deaths for every 1,000 births Only 6% of people graduate from university Literacy rate: 75.1%
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  • The official language of Cambodia is Khmer. In Khmer, Cambodia is known as Kampuchea. The Kingdom of Cambodia is known as Preahreacheanachakr Kampuchea.
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  • Common Phrases in Khmer: HelloSohm swaakohm Whats your name?Niak ch'muah ei? My name isKh'nyohm ch'muah... Where are you from?Niak mao pii prateh naa? I'm from...Kh'nyohm mao pii... I dont understand.Min yuhl dtay GoodbyeLia suhn hao-y
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  • Cambodia has a Constitutional Monarchy. A Constitutional Monarchy has a monarch who is limited by a constitution. The constitution can be a written, uncodified, or blended constitution. A Constitutional Monarchy is different from an Absolute Monarchy, which lets the monarch regulate his/her own government.
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  • King: Norodom Sihamoni Prime Minister: Hun Sen Major Parties: Cambodian Peoples Party Holds 43 out of 61 seats in Senate and 90 out of 123 seats in the National Assembly Funcinpec Holds 12 out of 61 seats in Senate Sam Rainsy Party Holds 26 out of 123 seats in the National Assembly
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  • About 84% of the people in Cambodia are farmers. Most people travel by using mopeds. Almost 1/3 of the population makes less than $1 a day.
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  • GDP per capita: $1,024 Currency: Riel 1 US Dollar is equal to 4050 Riels Agriculture makes up about 58% of the GDP Industry makes up about 16% of the GDP Services makes up about 26% of the GDP
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  • Clothing Timber Rubber Rice Fish Tobacco Footwear
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  • Petroleum products Cigarettes Gold Construction materials Machinery Motor vehicles Pharmaceutical products
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  • The official religion of Cambodia is Theravada Buddhism 95% of people in Cambodia follow Theravada Buddhism Other religions in Cambodia include: Islam Animism Christianity
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  • Largest Hindu temple in the world Dedicated to Vishnu Later became a Buddhist temple Built by King Suryavarman II during the 12 th century Major tourist attraction and is the cause for about 50% of tourists
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  • The Khmer Rouge was led by Pol Pot after the Vietnam War in 1975. Pol Pot forced people to leave the cities and work at rural projects on the countryside. About 1/3 of the population was killed due to execution, overwork, starvation, and disease. Large areas where people were killed and buried were called Killing Fields.
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  • The most popular prison during Khmer Rouge was Security Prison 21, also known as Tuol Sleng. Only 7 out of 17,000 people survived in Tuol Sleng. Children were taken away from their parents and were taught torture methods using animals as demonstrations.
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  • Anyone who showed signs of urbanism or intellectualism was killed. Anyone who wore glasses was killed because it was sign of education Pol Pot preferred traditional medicinal techniques rather than modern medicine, which caused more people to die Motto: To keep you is no benefit. To destroy you is no loss.
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