In case you missed this series of interviews with Cambodia’s new generation of leaders on Banyanblog: http://www.banyanblog.com/young-leaders
Newseum, Washington, D.C., United States of America
In this photograph taken in the mid 1980s, I can be spotted with my classmates in Chey Chumneah primary school in Phnom Penh. From left to right, bottom row, the fourth boy is me. Nostalgic to get this old picture from my old classmate.
During my three-week visit in the United States of America, I also paid a visit to Stanford University campus, where attended a panel discussion about Media Work: News, Networks and Power in the Digital Economy. With my friend Faine Greenwood, who’s a student at the university Felt good to get some of my IVLP fellows […]
A group picture of 22 exchange program fellows who participated in media literacy to promote civil society through new media A group of 23 fellows from around the globe first met in Washington D.C. I took this group picture during one of our tours of San Francisco They’re some of the most amazing people in […]
Ethiopia’s Asmerom Girma: “visiting the Googleplex is an exciting experience.”
Hong Kong’s Crystal Ching Chow, Research Officer at Office of the Hon. Kenneth Leung
Omar from Egypt: “I’m an architect. But I’m also a CEO & Founder of Radio Tram.”