Miss. Ou Banung

Miss. Ou Banung

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Growing up in the capital city of Cambodia, Banung, 23, is now pursuing a BA degree in Media Management of her third year study recently.

On top of her experience, Banung started involving in Media since she was 16 when she was the presenter for one the BBC’s radio show. Later on, she has carried out the youth program with different NGOs such as YCC, KYA, SEADO, and so on. Also, experienced with Phnom Penh Post, Banung is a freelancer for Lift Magazine from the early of 2011 and the intern for Property section in the daily news.

Banung has been to Sweden in 2010and Vietnam in 2011 for the youth international exchange programs. Then, on Aug 2011, she got the Media training in Thailand where she studied the effective Communication Training.

Last but not least, being an active person, Banung like moving around and knowing people. Her aims are to inform and educate citizen by her writing. “I like people; I love to work for them.” Banung claimed.

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