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Youth Corner: We're open for submissions!


LIFT is the essential magazine for Cambodian youth. We publish a dual-language edition, in English and Khmer, every Wednesday with the Post.

 

Beginning in May, we will run our “Youth Corner” column for our readers to share any of their concerns or questions regarding love, education and careers.

 

This will give our readers the opportunity to seek out answers and advice from the public.

 

If you’re interested in submitting to Youth Corner, please write us an e-mail or letter to the address listed below.

 

We will select and publish your letters to our LIFT website and Facebook page.

 

Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity!

 

Submit your letters in English or Khmer to Ms Pivoine Beang at

pivoine.beang@phnompenhpost.com

Tel: (855) 23 214 311

Or, mail us at:

Post Media Co., Ltd.

Level 8, Bldg F, Phnom Penh Center, Corner Sothearos & Sihanouk Blvd, Sangkat Tonle Bassac, Khan Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia.

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