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Mr. Tang Khyhay

Mr. Tang Khyhay


Mr. Tang Khyhay

Born in Phnom Penh, I have graduated from the Institute of Foreign Language and recurrently been doing bachelor of Media Management at Royal University of Phnom Penh, which expects to graduate in 2012. I have involved in writing and reporting news both Khmer and English since the internship at The Phnom Penh Post in 2010. By then, I continue to contribute stories to LIFT Magazine in various fields, starting from critics review, education, entertainment, sport, just to name a few to column, an opinion piece of the so-called Constructive Cambodian. Currently, I am in an exchange program in the Republic of Korea, where I am spending my final academic year doing research thesis in the field of media and communication.


  • Professor beaten by mob in Phnom Penh after alleged hit-and-run

    Updated with new information: 6:44am, Tuesday March 13 2018 A university professor accused of a hit-and-run has been transported to Vietnam with serious head injuries after he was brutally beaten by a mob in Phnom Penh late Sunday afternoon. A video of the attack shows a group

  • American ‘fugitive’ arrested in Cambodia outside of US Embassy

    An American citizen was arrested on request by the US Embassy in Phnom Penh on Tuesday, according to Cambodian police. Major General Uk Hei Sela, chief of investigations at the Department of Immigration, identified the man as American Jan Sterling Hagen, and said he was

  • One Australian, one Cambodian killed in explosion at military base

    Updated: 5:20pm, Friday 16 March 2018 An Australian tourist and a Cambodian soldier were killed in an explosion on Thursday afternoon at an army base in Cambodia’s Kampong Speu province. The Australian, whom the government initially identified as a technical demining expert in his 40s, and

  • Australians protest Asean summit visit by PM Hun Sen

    Hundreds of protesters gathered in Sydney’s Hyde Park on Friday to protest against Cambodian strongman Hun Sen, who claimed to have been gifted millions of dollars by the Australian government ahead of a special Asean summit this weekend. An estimated 300 protesters, the majority of