Kun Kanchna: I want to be a skilled chef

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Kun Kanchna: I want to be a skilled chef

At the age of 20, Kun Kanchna is a student in accounting and taxation at the National University of Management. She is also on the staff of the DMC Alumni Hot and Cold Coffee in the Royal University of Phnom Penh.

She likes cooking when she is free from work and study, and loves inventing creative ideas for making food more delicious.

“I can cook eggs and pork together creatively and deliciously by combining the chopped pork with the egg yolk,” said Kanchna. “After putting in the ingredients, I take the eggs and deep-fry them.”

One day, Kanchna hopes to be a chef.

“I want to be a successful chef because I like cooking, and when I see someone cooking and decorating food, I always have the urge to do so as well.”

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