Groups in Singapore raise donations for Sri Lanka amid economic crisis

Apsaras Arts Dance Company with members of the Chitrasena Dance Company Sri Lanka at a performance in Colombo. PHOTO: ARAVINTH KUMARASAMY
An audience of over 1,000 locals enjoying Apsaras' performance in Batticaloa, Sri Lanka. PHOTO: ARAVINTH KUMARASAMY
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SINGAPORE - Mr Aravinth Kumarasamy and five other members of the Apsaras Arts Dance Company from Singapore were midway through their tour of Sri Lanka when its government imposed a three-day curfew on April 2.

It was one of many measures imposed in the country, which is struggling to deal with its worst economic crisis since independence in 1948.

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