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Re: greeting in your culture

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Re: greeting in your culture

Post by prahkeitouj » Wed Aug 19, 2015 11:44 am

It's good to know more about different cultures. I saw my Egyptian touched her chest too, but I didn't notice.


Here is our Sam Pah ( put the hands together) for greeting. You will see our hands are different positions to different people.

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កុំស្លាប់ដូចពស់ កុំរស់ដូចកង្កែប
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