Dancing the Paths to Buddhism: Sophiline Arts Ensemble
Learn about Buddhism through dance with award-winning Cambodian choreographer Sophiline Cheam-Shapiro, along with principal dancers from her Sophiline Arts Ensemble in Phnom Penh. Watch as the ensemble performs four traditional and contemporary dances based on themes of Cambodian Buddhism, dramatizing Buddhist practices of the Noble Eightfold Path and the concepts of right blessings, conduct, speech, and mindfulness. Joining her for this performance are dancers Mot Pharan, Rin Sreyleak, Sao Phirom, and Sot Sovanndy.
This performance is presented in conjunction with “Encountering the Buddha: Art and Practice across Asia”. Lead Sponsor: The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation
Watch the video at khmerlife.com #khmerlife#buddhism#cambodia#culture#khmerculture
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Robam Kuos Traloak has been a legacy of Khmer people for a long time. This traditional folk dance was originated from Romeas Hek district in Svay Rieng Province. This Dance is performed during the wedding ceremony (Groom Procession) and other festivals for cheering the atmosphere.
How I made mam’la’hong! Fermented shrimp 🍤/ papaya!!!! Extra papaya mmm family love it 🥰*****************************************
Shrimp 2 lbs
Salt 4 tbsp shrimp + 2 tbsp for papaya
Green papaya 3 unripe
Toasted ground rice powder 1/2 cup
Carrot 1 -2 (optional)
Chili 1 handful (optional)
Galanga 1/4 cup *****************************************
1) add salt to clean shrimp and mix well.
2) put in a glass jar with air tight cover and let it in the sunlight for 2-3 day the shrimp will turn pink color and fermented from the heat.
3) extra day is fine if you like shrimp to be soft I did my for 2 week.
4) add toasted ground rice powder sprinkle to cover up all over the shrimp.
5) put shrimp back in the jar with air tight cover and return back in the sunlight let it sit for another 2 weeks.
6) cut green unripe papaya into size bite and sprinkle with salt until it all cover up.
6) add papaya, carrots, chili to the shrimp
7) cut or shredded galanga and add to the finish product when it ready to served.
8) you may add basil or any kind a mints herbs as you like