The Phnom Penh Post’s Weekend edition has an interesting piece on Airbnb: Hoteliers worried by rise in peer-to-peer rentals. Journalist Lara Dunston quoted prominent author Elizabeth Becker, Airbnb’s spokesperson, and a few other well-established businesses. This is a thought-provoking story for Cambodian citizens. The question is: will this disruption really help better Cambodia’s communities by […]
Tag / Siem Reap
Invited to visit USNS Mercy ship in Sihanoukville (Kampongsom) in August this year, bloggers returned from the day-long trip safely. In Siem Reap, Cambodian and Asian bloggers were excited to be photographed with Cambodia’s Information Minister Khieu Kanharith.
I’m in Siem Reap this week long to help some friends co-organizing BlogFest.Asia ’12. It had been some good months (up and down) transforming ideas and networks into a regional events of bloggers from all over Asia. I went to Hong Kong in November 2009 for the first BlogFest.Asia, where some amazing bloggers got fellowship […]
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 […]
BlogFest.Asia ’12, which I co-organize, is taking place early November in Cambodia’s ancient town In 2009 I traveled to Hong Kong for the first Asia’s BlogFest and HKBloggerCon. For a regional event like this one in Hong Kong, a number of great speakers were lined up for bloggers from across Asia. Rebecca MacKinnon, a former […]
July is an exciting time for the media people. One thing for sure is covering Asean summit 2012. Enterovirus 71 (EV-71) is another health story that has really made headlines worldwide. With TweetDeck, an app on Google Chrome, I can easily follow some of foreign correspondents who are tweeting-inclined. Here I’ve got a list of […]
Portrait of an old woman in Angkor Wat, once an ancient city of Cambodia Exposure: 0.001 sec (1/1250) Aperture: f/5.6 Focal Length: 300 mm ISO Speed: 800 Walking slowly to me, she asked me for one thing: ‘do you have an empty bottle of drinking water?’ I hadn’t got one at the time; she smiled […]