My name is Kong Meta. Now day, I am a third year student at Department of Media and Communication. To put the theory lesson in to real practice, I decide to work for Lift Magazine as a freelance reporter since I was a year one student. I enjoy my current job so much because I have a chance to meet variety of poeple and interview them. One more important thing about my job is I can transfer my knowledge to millions of poeple through my articles. In my freetime, I like reading books, and listening to radios. In the future, I want to be a communication officeer in one organication.
Miss. Kong Meta
- Massive stingrays may live in Mekong’s deep pools
US scientists have suggested that unexplored deep pools in the Mekong River in an area of Stung Treng could potentially be home to significant populations of giant freshwater stingrays, one of the world’s largest freshwater fish species. This comes as a fisherman hooked a 180
- PM takes time to meet, greet Cambodians living in the US
After landing in the US ahead of the ASEAN-US Special Summit, Prime Minister Hun Sen was received by over 1,000 Cambodian-Americans including political analysts who welcomed him with greetings, fist bumps and selfies. Hun Sen also met with analyst Mak Hoeun, who had allegedly spoken ill
- PM heads to Washington for ASEAN-US special summit
Regional and international issues and how to bring the ASEAN-US partnership to another level will be discussed at length as Prime Minister Hun Sen and his ministers arrive in Washington, DC, for a special summit on May 12-13. During the trip, Hun Sen and ASEAN
- National Assembly refutes EU resolution
The National Assembly (NA) has hit back at a European Parliament resolution condemning the political and human rights situation in Cambodia, calling it another display of the Parliament’s “double standards”. Key points of the resolution include a warning that the Parliament could exclude the
- Soaring global fuel prices: an opportunity for Cambodia?
Cambodia is feeling the squeeze from the soaring global coal and oil prices. Electricity du Cambodge (EDC)would certainly be hurting from this reality, and most likely re-assessing its plans to add more coal power stations. EDC buys half of Cambodia’s electricity from plants
- PM reflects on shoe throwing: Free speech or act of violence?
Prime Minister Hun Sen on May 17 questioned whether a man who threw a shoe at him while he was in the US was exercising freedom of expression or if it was an act of hostility. Hun Sen was referring to an incident last week when