On the dance and music front, there was a promotion at the new radio station NRG on Friday that involved the Klapyahandz team and a multitude of others including a contemporary piece from Belle I'm told. I didn't go as it was a Tiger beer promotion (I detest beer) and hip hop isn't my thing, so no take on Belle's most recent offering. There was also a do at the cafe at the French Cultural Center on the same night. I didn't make that either. Mainly because it was the French or was it the 'bring your Hawaiian shirt'. Not sure. Much more interesting is the latest in the Khmeropedies
series of dances from choreographer Emmanuele Phuon. Following the rip roaring success of the I and II series of performances that have been performed far and wide in the United States and elsewhere, Khmeropedies III is getting its first airing this coming Friday (26 August) at The Sport Club on St 508 in Phnom Penh, 6.30pm start and its free. This time around Belle isn't taking part - she starred in I and II - instead it's an all-male cast with 7 dancers playing monkey roles. Sounds intriguing.