Cambodia as Cultural Mirror
Chapter Four employs detailed ethnographic descriptions of traditional dance in the context of diplomacy and aid in Cambodia. Unlike Indonesia, because the genocide under Pol Pot was condemned by the anti-communist international community, the commoditized, tourist-friendly national forms are generally viewed as a critical commemoration and triumph over political violence.
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