Ignite Talks was brought to Cambodia at an event called Ignite Phnom Penh, which was held on June 25 at the Cambodia-Korea Cooperate Centre. the event received support and participations from students and staff from a variety of schools, universities and organisations, with 812 attendees. Ignite Phnom Penh featured 15 speakers, with some talking about their years of work in the social sector, and others who are students at universities in Phnom Penh who wanted to share their experience and knowledge. The topics discussed were related to education, the environment, technology, sexual harassment, dreams, inspirations, success and goals. At the event, each speaker presented 20 slides in five minutes. This required the speakers be well-prepared and organised. As a result, the speakers gained a new experience that will enable them to better manage their time. Photos supplied
Following last week's events, when Prime Minister Hun Sen proposed redistributing the Cambodia National Rescue Party’s National Assembly seats among minor opposition parties, the controversial amendments were passed a
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