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Kounila Keo

has immersed herself in journailsm work when she was 19 years old. Based in Cambodia, she freelances for Agence France Presse, the Phnom Penh Post and some international media publications. When she doesn't write for newspaper, she blogs at www.blueladyblog.com. Besides journalism, she is also a communication rep of Kon Khmer Kon Khmer, a youth organization working to promote youth-produced Khmer films. A community event organizer, Kounila has co-oganized www.filmcampkh.org, http://2012.blogfest.asia and a few more events. Attending workshops on journalism workshops and blogging conferences worldwide, Kounila has a strong interest in new media and travels.

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Latest posts by Kounila Keo

19 December 2012

Cambodia Bans Internet Cafes Near Schools

Internet cafes are now banned within 500 meters of schools or educational buildings. Internet cafes are also prohibited from welcoming anyone under the age of 18, because the "internet poses...

8 December 2012

Interview with Chanphal Sok: Cambodian Writer and Songwriter

Global Voices interviews Chanphal Sok,one of Cambodia's famous contemporary songwriters. Also a prolific blogger, Chanphal has published several books in the internet. Chanphal discusses the state of book publishing in...

18 July 2011

Cambodia: Blog About Cambodian Women Who Inspire Others

Sreyneath Poole is a young blogger who has begun documenting “inspiring Cambodian women”. Her blog project wants to dispute the traditional belief that Cambodian women belong to the kitchen. This...

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