About me

I graduated from Institute of Foreign Languages and Department of Media and Communication in 2005 and 2006. I have been teaching at the two schools right after my graduation. Then in 2009, I won Top Students scholarship to do Public Policy degree in Singapore. It was a two-year program.

I am now holding a master’s degree in Public Policy from Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (NUS) in Singapore. I graduated from there on May 06, 2011.

Right after my graduation from Singapore, I was invited to work at one of the Cambodian government agencies. After a while, I had to leave the agency for some reasons.

After all, I still want to work for the best interest of Cambodian poor people. I believe justice, corruption-free and respect for human rights are strongly needed before the long-awaiting democracy really comes in place.

  1. Congratulations!

    As it is now way beyond 6 May 2011, as it is 21 November 2011, I congratulate, assuming you made it.

    I am just “reading around” blogs related to or originating in Cambodia, as I think blogging is among the most important possibilities for everyone to contribute to human social development.

    Norbert Klein
    Phnom Penh/Cambodia
    for example:

    • Thanks for congratulating me on my graduation from National University of Singapore!
      I couldn’t agree with you more when it comes down to how blogging contributes to the development process in Cambodia. I have noticed that it helps promotes freedom of expression substantially. Cambodian people these days are really fighting for what they want to see in their “so-called Golden” society.

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