Tharum Bun blogging from Cambodia: life, technology, and humanity

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ÉCRIT PAR CÉLINE NGI Published: http://www.lepetitjournal.com/cambodge/126812-medias-sociaux-sommet-geek-cambodge-rencontre-organisateurs-blogfest-asia-2012.html Le BlogFest Asia, c’est un peu le sommet geek des pays de l’ASEAN. Après Hong Kong et Penang en Malaisie, cet événement, qui vise à rassembler un maximum de blogueurs de la région, se tiendra à Siem Reap du 1er au 5 novembre. Rencontre avec les organisateurs, quatre jeunes […]

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In a recent blog post, Global Voices Online’s East-Asia editor Mong Palatino takes a look at the current trend of online censorship across Asia, from Cambodia to Singapore to Vietnam (not to mention Malaysia and the Philippines). Here’s an excerpt: In Cambodia, the government is enforcing a circular drafted earlier this year which requires internet […]

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Channel NewsAsia will broadcast a film on Sophal Ear’s family story for which he’s the writer/narrator: “The End-Beginning”. Full schedule and rebroadcasts on 15-18 April: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/tvshows/tvguide.php?day=3&country=Singapore

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The Constructive Cambodian Lift’s senior writers comment on key issues in the Kingdom WikiLeaks Wed, 22 December 2010 Tharum Bun and Keo Kounila While the WikiLeaks’ cables caused shockwaves, frustration and embarrassment to diplomats around the world, many thought there would be little concern for countries like Cambodia, but that has turned out to be […]

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An open, participatory tech conference held in Phnom Penh late last month provided Cambodian Internet users and tech lovers a chance to interact with those from outside Cambodia. I talked to regular participants to the annual conference of BarCamp Phnom Penh 2010, tech educator Preetam Rai and tech consultant Thomas Wanhoff (whose current base is […]

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“You’ve got to find what you love,” says Chy Sila, the 35-year-old entrepenuer who runs Phnom Penh’s home-grown restaurant empire including BB World, Pizza World and T&C World. It has been nearly twenty years since Chy Sila began his upward climb in the business world. His first job was as a tour guide in the […]

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Intel, the world’s largest semiconductor company, running a marketing campaign at Pantip Plaza, Bangkok’s IT shopping mall I found it amusing to see the way these fellows acting as if they’ve just been landed on earth after a long distance travel from space Pantip Plaza is probably comparable to Singapore’s Sim Lim Square. The shopping […]

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Cambodia goes online amazed the world Cambodia has never been known widely for being a digital society, where you can expect online services from. My Singapore-based friend lately posted a note of how he satisfied with the way his obtained Cambodia visa for his visit. Using Paypal or Credit Card, visitors can easily make sure […]

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Being a digital citizen, what does it mean? I’ve met so many people in the past few years. It’s not that the time I’ve spent online is just for virtual reality. In a way, I think that online activities and communications have shaped the way I do live my life in the reality world. Last […]

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By Emily Lodish The Cambodia Daily Tuesday, September 4, 2007 Whether it’s better to blog in English or Khmer was up for debate at last week’s first-ever Cambodian Bloggers Summit, but 17-year-old Keo Kalyan saw no reason to pick sides. On her predominantly English-language blog–deedeedoll.blogspot.com–which began in 2005, Keo Kalyan plays around with some English […]

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