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Cambodian Blogger Summit

As the world is amazed by blog phenomenon, so do I! I started blogging in 2006 with my Trajoke 4 Everyone and started to actively promote the awareness of blogging in Cambodia in Khmer Language.

For a year, more than 1900 young people were trained through my blog workshop (Personal Information Technology) at universities in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. Some key bloggers involve in my program include Virak, Lux, DeeDee and Ms K. And now, another step forward, Lux,Virak and I is taking initiative to organize Cambodian Blogger Summit – the first ever event to happen in Cambodia:

August 30-31, 2007
Venue: Pannasastra University of Cambodia

The Cambodia Blog, aka Cloggers Team, is a group of young Cambodian bloggers who inspired by technologies in their everyday life. They have been working together on voluntary basis to conduct 14 workshops call “Personal Information Technology Workshop” at 14 different universities in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap with total amount of participant more than 1700 students. Each workshop has been conducted voluntary by the Cambodia Blogger Team aimed to share experiences between bloggers and participants (students), and make use of the technologies available over the Internet for their study, work and even their every life. Especially, the workshop have also included an introduction to the new personal publishing platform – Blog or Web log, which has become a very popular and important tool on the Internet for individual sharing information. This event also promote FOSS (Free Open Source Software) in Cambodia.

Register to join here: http://cloggersummit.wikispaces.com/participants

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