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The cards issue

Last week, Lift brought you a story about building peace along the border and protecting the environment. In this issue, we will lead you to the flow of new technology into the Kingdom of Cambodia.

Before we catch up on the technology, we will introduce you to a new shopping centre that was just opened in Cambodia. Mak Kuleka reviews this supermarket in his new column.

Throughout  story, people have communicated by sending letters, by ship, and through people speaking to other people. As a result of society developing more and more, and  science and  technology rising up rapidly, the communications sector has become of increasing importance in Cambodia.

Today, people communicate by mobile telephone and can even send and receive money to banks using their mobile phones.  There are also new ways for people to protect their money, which has influenced the younger generation to use ATMs.  Reporters Ngo Menghoung and Tivea Koam have written a special feature that explains this developing trend of moving and protecting money in the Kingdom.

Now that technology increasingly pervades every aspect of society in Cambodia, people are seeking  out new trends to satisfy their lifestyles and get the benefit from those  trends. Online selling is a growing  trend among businesses and young  people in the Kingdom because it not only enables people to shop from home and save time , but enables sellers to reach new customers. Tang Khyhay reports on the impact of online services.

Lots of companies offer so many new products and services that young Cambodians feel overwhelmed.  Our reporter Tivea writes about the impact technology services offered by companies has on students and young Cambodians.

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