is doing a master's degree in Public Policy in Singapore. She has immersed herself in journalism since 2008. She has freelanced for local and foreign media publications. When she doesn't write for news, she blogs at www.blueladyblog.com. She co-founded an youth-led group specialising in short-film to working to promote youth-produced Khmer films. A community event organizer, Kounila loves co-organizing events such as FilmCamp Phnom Penh, BlogFestAsia 2012, and Wikipedia editing workshops. She finds herself passionate in media and travels.
Latest posts by Kounila Keo
Internet cafes are now banned within 500 meters of schools or educational buildings. Internet cafes are also prohibited from welcoming anyone under the age of 18, because the "internet poses numerous dangers such as terrorism, economic crimes & distribution of pornography."
Global Voices interviews Chanphal Sok,one of Cambodia's famous contemporary songwriters. Also a prolific blogger, Chanphal has published several books in the internet. Chanphal discusses the state of book publishing in Cambodia as well as the prospect of online publishing in the next few years.
A group of young business minded Cambodians have set up the SmallWorld website which serves as an education, networking, and small business resource and support center for students and budding entrepreneurs.
Sreyneath Poole is a young blogger who has begun documenting “inspiring Cambodian women”. Her blog project wants to dispute the traditional belief that Cambodian women belong to the kitchen. This is her story.