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Thul Rithy runs the dream for Small World office project

Thul Rithy runs the dream for Small World office project

Athletic entrepreneur Thul Rithy completed his 300-kilometre run yesterday morning at Phnom Penh’s Royal Palace having set off by foot from Prince Chek N’Chom Palace in Siem Reap on February 20.

The 26-year-old tour guide made the sponsored endeavour to help raise money for his ‘Run the Dream’ enterprise, which will build an office called ‘Small World’ for business college students to rent for their own ventures.

Thul Rithy claims to have raised a total of US$4,500 so far from sponsorship. 

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