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Monday, April 24, 2017

Kem Sokha and The Thick Wooden Ooh-la-la-Golden Throne -- part 14

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Part 2: Kem Sokha and The Thick Wooden Throne
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Kem Sokha is often seen seated alone in a thick wooden throne on stage, something that you hardly or never see Sam Rainsy doing.  The more vacuous a person, the more props he needs to fill the emptiness.
But now with Tioulong Saumura there, at least he's in the same row as other CNRP leaders and they're not in plastic chairs.
- Theary C. Seng

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 The Wooden Throne Cut Down to Size But Still Stands Alone.  Other CNRP Leaders Promoted from Plastic Even Without Help from Tioulong Saumura.
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Kem Sokha and The  (albeit modest) Thick Wooden Throne, Takeo Province, 23 April 2017
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Kem Sokha and The Thick Ooh-la-la-Golden Wooden Throne, Kampot Province, 23 April 2017

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous5:50 AM

    What is thicker? His thick wooden chair or his thick-skin face?