TekHub: new co-working space for Cambodian tech startups

The Cambodia Daily’s Hang Sokunthea quoted me in her latest about ‘Incubator Opens a New Home for Tech Startups.’ Bun Tharum, a tech blogger and communications specialist, said the hub provides a “great combination of hybrid resources where new and successful startups continue to grow organically.” “TekHub might be an ideal place where tech startups […]

Jammed by traffic in Phnom Penh?

The thing about traffic jam is everyone on the street is jammed. You move so slow as if a snail is walking on the snow. No matter what car you drive, either a Toyota Corolla (1980) or an UberX or a Tesla Model 3, you share the same street. There is an exception, though. A […]

Pathmazing: Cambodia’s tech giant

I had a tour at Cambodia’s tech giant Pathmazing and its academy this morning. A large, open space where 80+ young Cambodian coders and software developers take on global projects for clients like eBay. Some new in-house products for the Cambodian market are coming out in a couple of months. Steven Path, the CEO of […]

Meet Chhom Nimol

Chhom Nimol is a Cambodian singer and lead vocalist for Dengue Fever, a Los Angeles-based music band. I took these photos at the backstage before the six-member band started performing. These pictures were taken in May 2010 at Wat Botum Park in Phnom Penh. Photo: Sweet Memory Studio

Meet Sambath Meas, Khmer American author

An interview with Cambodian-born American author Sambath Meas Sambath Meas is a Cambodian-born American writer. She lives in Chicago, Illinois. Sambath wrote The Governor’s Daughter: The Scribes of Brahmadhan, Rise of the Eugenicists. Her previous book is The Immortal Seeds: Life goes on for a Khmer family. I’m very fortunate to have a chance to interview her […]