Tharum Bun

A self-claimed digital diplomat

Looking for Button Graphic for Khmer Unicode Font, Moyura, and Mekhala,

on August 23, 2005, no comments

I have just suggested KhmerOS project to launch an online campaign to spread the words of Khmer Unicode Fonts and Khmer Language Software. To begin with, I am going to first start with small. Camboda bloggers and Internet users play an important role in telling their friends and other users. Now we are looking for […]

Cambodian Driver Chose Blog as Marketing Tool

on August 23, 2005, one comment

“By using my services as a driver directly while visiting Angkor or recommending me to friends you will be supporting local people as well as receiving a high quality service.” Have a look at his weblog: Not surprisingly to see a taxi driver ingeniously make use of blog as an advertising tool for his […]

Why Gradudated Students Unemployed?

on August 20, 2005, 6 comments

What is going to happen when more and more young college graduated students are without jobs? Not making use of what we have is a waste. Young people are, as always, full of energy and enthusiasm. Too often, they want to participate in social development. After finishing high school, most of them pay for college […]

A Famous Vlogger of Cambodia

on August 19, 2005, no comments

Beth Kanter, up till today, has interviewed three Cambodian people about blogging. The last one is a famous video blogger, in short Vlogger. She was featured on the New York Times weeks ago. Wanna recently excerpted an interesting post, which was written by a Vietnamese blogger in response to the popularity of blogging in Cambodia. […]