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State of Play: Video Interview with The Phnom Penh Post

The Phnom Penh Post’s David Boyle interviewed me on Wednesday, August 14th, about the current stalemate that Cambodia is confronting. The interview takes a brief look at the current politics and social media influence on the elections. You might wanna know more what’s in there:

3 thoughts on “State of Play: Video Interview with The Phnom Penh Post

  1. Well done! You’re as articulate and thoughtful on screen as you are as a writer 🙂

    I’ll be back in Cambodia later this year, almost exactly two years after my first visit. It will be interesting to see how things may have changed.

  2. Hi Kounila

    Really great interview and I feel that the election marked a turning point for Social Media in Cambodia. Twitter was my primary news source for live up to the minute reporting on events, with broadcast media 24 hours behind.

    Interesting to hear that the opposition may have run a Social Media Campaign.

    I look forward to reading more from you as Cambodia embraces Social Media.

    Metta3 Cambodia

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