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Finishing Post event and launch of PostRomance magazine @ Sokha Phnom Penh Hotel & Residence

POST Media, publisher of the Phnom Penh Post, held “The Finishing Post” networking event on Friday at Sokha Phnom Penh Hotel & Residence. It also used the occasion to launch PostRomance magazine (Khmer version). This month’s event proved an extra-special installment of the regular event. The brightest stars in Cambodian cultural and celebrity life were out in force, and the evening also included entertainment from a live band​and a wedding fashion show. All of the guests enjoyed the usual exchange of business cards, networking, and polite business conversation while also enjoying a selection of wine and finger food. The evening was capped off with a lucky draw to win a special prize. The event’s sponsors included Sokha Phnom Penh Hotel & Residence, Ashahi, Auskhmer, Hofbräu München, The Penthouse Residence, Templation Angkor, LG, Zenearth, Nuk Cafe and Central Mall. Photos by Hong Menea & Heng Chivon

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