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5 Cool things with Chrann Chamroeun

Radio station
I also like listening to breaking news on Radio Free Asia and Voice of America, which I think are trustworthy news outlets for people. I firmly believe that if people spend some time listening to news on radio and television, it would really help them improve their understanding of real society, and they will become responsible citizens.

Hang out
I am always excited when the weekend comes around and I can hang out with my friends. Sometimes we drive around the riverside, eat out at a small restaurant or go to the steam and sauna club after completing five days of hard work. I think that we should not isolate ourselves on the weekend, but instead have a lot of fun and improve our communications with good and honest friends by sharing our time together.

Market
I never forget about wearing nice and ordinary clothes, and the best place to find those clothes is at Tuol Tompong market. I think that this style makes us much more attractive to people around us and it also allows us to feel comfortable wherever we are.

Gym
I don’t want to feel old due to my age, so I always think about my health and make sure to do exercises for at least an hour every day at the gym. I think it will help me remain young and have a nice body and feel good for work.

News site
I find that since it has become part of my daily routine to read the news, on sites like phnompenhpost.com and dapnews
.com, there has been a major improvement in my understanding of society, and I have also been able to analyse stories that I would otherwise not have known about. I can stay up to date on stories about rape, domestic violence, murder, torture, illegal arrests and detentions, and crackdowns on illegal gambling, karaoke, brothels and massage clubs, all of which are of great concern to our society.

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