Wiki activists help to write Cambodian women’s history, Phnom Penh Post

The article in the link below highlights the efforts of my Khmer team and I in writing more Wikipedia articles about prominent women and celebrating the achievements of Khmer women and women everywhere! Read the article in PDF The Phnom Penh Post featured the effort of a group of Khmer Wikipedian editors including yours truly […]

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Sharing is Caring

I drink Coke these days, and while I’m writing this, I’m craving for the taste of Coca-Cola with ice and a lemon twist to it (by sprinkling some lemon on it or soaking lemon slices in it) which always gives me a refreshing feeling when I travel. At different stores, I can easily find a box of about

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Part I: Why do I blog?

Some readers are wondering about what really inspires me to keep blogging about Cambodia and the region, especially amid busy schedules at school and work. After going through old emails sent from some readers, I’ve decided to share a reason each in the next blog posts, and hope that other people or budding bloggers can relate

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Blogging for Democracy

Here’s an article written about me on Asia Pacific UN Women Blog. Thanks to UN Women in Phnom Penh for featuring me.  Kounila Keo uses information and communication technology to amplify the voices of young. Whether she is writing her blog, delivering motivational speeches, or connecting NGOs with innovative technologies, Kounila Keo is a consistent

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Moving to Singapore

Greetings from Singapore! For the next two years, I’m going to be based out of Singapore. It’s been wonderful being in Singapore for a little more than one month now. I’ve just created a tumblr blog to capture all the fun stories about Singapore from my own perspective and that of my classmates from all over the world :).

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