Welcome to the Post Weekend

Welcome to the Post Weekend

Today we give our readers and advertisers something that has been missing in Cambodia – a weekend paper.

As it says on the front page of Post Weekend, we are independent, intelligent, in-depth and inspirational. Post Media, the parent company of Post Weekend, is a truly independent, foreign-owned company.

Our aim has always been to produce intelligent and in-depth stories that will inspire the people of Cambodia in this period of rapid growth and development.

As Cambodia has grown, so has our company. Since its humble beginnings on July 10, 1992, when the first edition of the Phnom Penh Post rolled off the presses, we have come a long way.

But our journey is far from over.

Our journey continues with Post Weekend, which will now complement our award-winning daily paper and provide our readers with much more, keeping them both informed and entertained.

The heart and soul of Post Weekend is 7Days, which has been transformed from a magazine into the backbone of our new paper, covering issues and subjects that no other paper can.

Post Weekend is much more than just an expanded version of 7Days – it is a commitment to expand our coverage, do deeper analysis on the subjects that matter to people and also to provide a broader array of entertaining content.

Our Property pages will also keep readers informed about the latest developments in this rapidly-growing sector, not only in Cambodia but in the region as well.

Post Weekend will fill in a gap that has been missing in Cambodia – a good newspaper that will keep readers entertained on Saturdays and Sundays. We hope you, our readers, enjoy it.

Chris Dawe
CEO and Publisher

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