One of the highlights of the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) Cultural Show 2014 was the performance of the Cambodian AIT Student Association (CASA) who showcased their traditional folk dance, Robam Trot.
Robam Trot is a dance that is usually performed during the Khmer New Year to ward off bad luck and welcome good fortune. It involves dancers wearing colorful costumes and masks that resemble animals such as deer, lions, and monkeys. The dancers move in a lively and rhythmic manner, accompanied by drums and flutes.
The CASA members participated in the Robam Trot. We practiced for several weeks and also received support from their fellow Cambodian students in Thailand.
The Robam Trot performance was well-received by the audience, who applauded and cheered for the CASA dancers. The performance also showcased the rich and diverse culture of Cambodia, as well as the spirit of friendship and cooperation among the AIT community.
The CASA members expressed their gratitude to AIT for giving them the opportunity to share their culture and talent with others. They also hoped that their performance would inspire more people to learn about and appreciate the beauty of Cambodian arts and traditions.
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