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Cambodian dance troupe celebrates 25 years in Lowell

CELEBRATING CAMBODIAN CULTURE: In 1986,  refugees from the genocide in Cambodia – during which an estimated 90 percent of the country’s artists were executed – established the Angkor Dance Troupe in Lowell.

The goal was to preserve and revive Cambodian cultural traditions. The troupe has since become a cornerstone in the city, which has the second-largest Cambodian-American population in the United States.

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