Cambodian noodles will be asked by UNESCO to integrate the intangible cultural heritage of humanity into a truly Khmer product. According to a press release from the Ministry of Information.





Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts Phoung Sakona told reporters at the opening of the meeting on the review of the Ministry's results on January 29.

Cambodia to submit bakery documents to UNESCO for registration of intangible cultural heritage of world heritage Ready to be completed in 2020 with the submission of some other intangible heritage documents to UNESCO.

“Khmer noodles”, originally called “fried pancakes,” is a cake that is boiled with pureed beauty, mixed with water and poured into a pan, then pressed with a wooden core to squeeze into the boiling water after boiling. Then they are collected in a basket or basket or basket. This is called "noodles".

Moreover, according to Khmer literature, "the noodle" also tells us that "noodle" has a long history in Cambodian territory and is also rooted in the Chinese "noodle". But, strangely enough, Thailand calls it "ខ ខ ខ ខ ខ ដែល ដែល ដែល ដែល ដែល ដែល ដែល ដែល ដែល មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា មានន័យថា នំ នំ នំ នំ នំ នំ នំ នំ នំ នំ នំ នំ នំ នំ នំ នំ នំ នំ នំ នំ នំ នំ នំ នំ នំ នំ ខណៈ ខណៈ ខណៈ ខណៈ ខណៈ ខណៈ ខណៈ ខណៈ ខណៈ ខណៈ ខណៈ ខណៈ ខណៈ ខណៈ ខណៈ which, while Laos also means 'pancake', probably means" bread eaten. Causes bloating ”.

It should be noted that UNESCO recognized Cambodia's intangible and intangible cultural heritage, such as the Angkorian Temple in 1992, the Royal Ballet in 2003, the Big Shadow Opera in 2005, the Temple of Preah Vihear in 2008, the 2015 Chaplains Long in 2016, the Sambor Prei Kuk temple complex in 2017 and November 28, 2018 Pratt butts floating represent masked dance in Cambodia.