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The meaning of tigers to Cambodian people

This is a short doco for Tigers which is really good 8 minutes piece. We had a really great turn out and great Q&A discussion following the doco. Audience was generally shocked about loss of tigers here, and the need to protect local folk tales and stories that link people with their natural heritage. Let's watch this VIDEO!
 

"There was once many tigers and we did not care. Now we care that they are gone!," said an indigenous people from Ratanakiri province.
 

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International Tiger Day

 
The Eastern Plains in Mondulkiri province are the best area for tiger recovery in Cambodia. Help us and support WWF’s plans to give tigers a permanent home there by conserving the forests and protecting its wildlife. Celebrate the International Tiger Day with us!
 
Date: Friday, 29th July 2016
Time: 5:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Location: AEON Mall, Phnom Penh
 
Come along, bring your friends, and be part of the roaring jury when we select and honor the 3 winners of the WWF Tiger Day Video Competition!

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