Mr. Tang Khyhay

Mr. Tang Khyhay

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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.

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