Go for dinner in Cambodia's tourist centre - Siem Reap - and there's a good chance you will be treated to a traditional dance performance. But some have complained the dancers are not properly trained - and the rattling of cutlery debases a traditional art-form.
Ravynn Karet-Coxen who has set up a school for "sacred dancers" is trying to change this, as Guy De Launey reports.
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