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DO you have a dream? A dream about education and a career? I believe everyone dreams of a better future, even if it’s only a small dream. I also had dreams and, even though I have achieved some of them, I still have more to fulfil.

Lift, the essential magazine for Cambodian young people, aims to inform teenagers about education and careers and thus help them improve their lives.
It is designed for young readers including high-school students, university students and graduates, office staff, young entrepreneurs, market vendors and anyone who wants to expand their knowledge.

A Phnom Penh Post product, it has a different theme each week and is printed every Wednesday in Khmer and English.

Lift has been empowered by young journalists who volunteer to write for us and strongly encourages them to contribute to the magazine.

Our young writers continue to find interesting stories every day.

Lift has lots of content of value for readers interested in education and furthering their careers.

Its regular features are:

  1. What’s new?
  2. Youth of the week
  3. A day in the life
  4. Feature story
  5. Constructive Cambodian
  6. Youth forum
  7. Five cool things

Lift can play a significant role in encouraging you to archieve your goals.

If you’re interested in sharing your own experiences relating to education and careers, please contact us via [email protected] or send us a letter at our head office: Level 8, Building F, Phnom Penh Centre, corner Sothearos and Sihanouk boulevards, Sangkat Tounle Bassac, Khan Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh.

Furthermore, Lift articles will be available on www.postkhmer.com or www.phnompenpost.com.
Lift encourages readers to express their opinions on the articles it carries, and comments can be placed on our website.

Companies or agencies who want to advertise on Lift can contact us via [email protected] or by calling +855 (0) 23  214 311 or faxing +855 (0) 23 214 318.

 

Pivoine Beang

Lift editor

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