Kounila Keo of Blue Lady Blog

At Suvarnabhumi Airport, Kounila Keo responded to questions about Cambodia’s Internet landscape before having lunch Lunch before leaving for Stockholm Internet Freedom Forum 2013 Kounila Keo in Stockholm for Internet Freedom Forum 2013, where several hundred net activists, experts, and stakeholders gathered for three days to define and discuss the future of the global communications […]

Starbucks Coffee: power of brand

In Amsterdam, coffee is cult A Starbucks Coffee outlet in Thailand This Starbucks Coffee Drive Thru store is located in between Bangkok and Phetchaburi province, Thailand Convenience is a key Inside Stockholm Arlanda Airport Starbucks Coffee has recently opened its very first store in Vietnam. Cambodia next?

Charishnu performance at Chaktomuk

With an Indian performer, I look as charming and smiley as him. He’s one of my favorite musicians for his clapping hands to command other musicians. Chetra and I encountered living legend artist Dy Saveth (middle). A honorable group picture with Dinesh Patnaik, the Indian ambassador to Phnom Penh, Cambodia It’s so much fun of […]

My first-ever helicopter ride to visit hospital ship USNS Mercy in Sihanoukville

August 05, 2012 From right to left: me, a U.S. navy military and my friend Kounila Keo Early this month I got an important call from the U.S. Embassy Phnom Penh inviting me to join half a dozen of bloggers for a trip to Kampong Som province (Sihanoukville). I was told it’s going to be […]

Where’s DAS the blogger?

One of Cambodia’s anonymous blogs, DetailsAreSketchy.WordPress.Com, has left the blogosphere. In September last year I interviewed DAS the blogger behind this prominent, most read blog among expatriates living in Cambodia. “The good thing about a blog is that it can be anonymous and you still can be contacted,” says Gary Kawaguchi, a digital media trainer […]