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Mr. Sun Narin

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Mr. Sun Narin

Aged 23, I am Sun Narin who is currently year-four student of the Department of Media and Communication at the Royal University of Phnom Penh. I have just graduated in English literature from Institute of Foreign Languages (IFL).

Becoming a journalist is my desire since I was young since I like writing and want to make something change for the society. So far, I have produced several articles for Cambodian readers and I have worked with the Wall Street Journal journalist on some stories in Cambodia.

I also had experience working at the Statesman newspaper in Kolkata, India. In the my free time, I like watching TV, listening to music and reading book.

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