So proud! "Noodles" is the first Khmer food that the Ministry of Culture plans to include in the World Heritage List

"Noodles" is a favorite dish of the Cambodian people, it is made by combining the abundance of fruits in the real country for food to fill the stomach and at other parties. In today's Cambodian society.

Noodles , in fact, have a long history, many legends have been told for a long time and have been associated with Cambodian life and culture from the beginning. Noodles , originally called Pen Chok Noodles, are cakes that are made with beauty powder, boiled and mixed with water and then taken to a pen. Press the core of the wood to sprinkle into the fibers in boiling water to boil, then extracted into pieces, put in a basket or basket Fresh water. Later, it was abbreviated as នំ ប ញ្ជូ ក , which is not different from many Khmer words, being abbreviated as a stove, a stove, a floor, a ladder, a cane. ក ញ្ច រែង, កាន់ ត្រ ក becomes basket, two more ten becomes two cover ល etc.

Noodles are usually very nutritious due to other ingredients such as: soups and veggies according to individual and regional preferences. Noodles have also evolved to play an increasingly important role in the tastes of the nation, as they are often eaten for breakfast, lunch, dinner or the occasional meal substitute.

Because of this importance, noodles have become a great occupation in the family life of our Cambodian people. Recently, the most exciting and proud thing is that the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts is preparing to apply for "Noodles" to be inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. This was said by Lok Chumteav Pheung Sakona, Minister of Culture and Fine Arts at the opening ceremony of the meeting to summarize the work results in 2021 and the work direction for 2022 of the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts on February 9, 2022 yesterday.

It should be informed that the Ministry of Culture has also continued to prepare a list of plans to apply for other potential cultural properties to be included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, including: "Koh Ker Temple", "Bokator" and "Battambang City". Banteay Chhmar, Angkor Borei and Phnom Da, Kulen, Beng Mealea, Preah Khan, Kampong Svay, Udong, Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Choeung Ek Genocide Center, Former M-13 Detention Center and Royal Ceremony Water. 


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