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Welcome to LIFT issue 45

Last week we tried some new stuff to get our readers involved in Lift and were excited by your response. You answered our news questions and logged on to angkorone.com/lift to share your ideas and opinions.

This week we continue to give you more opportunities to engage with Lift as you read it (so keep a pen nearby) and opportunities to win free stuff when you go beyond the page and reach us online.

In the wake of elections in Myanmar, home to one of the world’s least transparent governments, we look at whether the presence of Cambodian politicians on Facebook is making our government more accessible to the Kingdom’s youth (page 4).

If you read the Post, you might have seen a story last week about the rising risk of HIV/AIDS among Cambodian youth. We dug deeper to expose the reality of sexual activity among youth and see how global influences are impacting the way we view premarital sex. Comment on angkorone.com/lift and you could win a free subscription to the Post and be sure not to miss country’s most important news every day.

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