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Naveen Srivatava, Ambassador of India to Cambodia.

Third India Education Fair @ Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center 

The Indian embassy hosted the Third India Education Fair, Cambodia, on March 28-29, organized by SAPE Events & Media. The event, which was supported by the Embassy of India and ICC, bought a delegation from about 20 universities in India to conduct the Education Seminar and Fair at the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center’s Kizuma Hall in Phnom Penh. The focus of the event was to invite students to study in India under various scholarships. The “India Education Fair, 
 
Cambodia” will help in apprising Cambodian Youth about the opportunities available in India as well as give Indian universities and education institutions an idea about the opportunities available in Cambodia. 
 

Mohan Gunti, Managing Consultant at IntelliEx Associates. 

Sanjay Thapa, Founder and MD at Sape Events & Media, Ambassador Naveen Srivatava and Vishesh Chandrashekar, Director Corporate and PR 

Bunny Serey Wathana, Sales Manager at Dara Airport Hotel

Samsung Galaxy S8 officially unpacked @ Phnom Penh Tower 

To celebrate the arrival of the new Samsung Galaxy S8, the Cambodian branch of Thai Samsung Electronics invited media and prominent phone shop dealers to join the exclusive international unpacking event on the 22nd oor of Phnom Penh Tower through a live stream video.
 
The new Samsung Galaxy S8 was unpacked in New York and boasts an elegant design and is attractive from every angle. With a clear new screen, the Samsung Galaxy S8 shows the horizon view wider and vertical view taller when compared with any of its predecessors, while its true-to-life colors enabled by the Dual Pixel technology makes images look as if they are about to leap out of the screen. 

Suy Sovatnakrath (Business Development Manager at Solidus Marketing Co., Ltd.), Soeng Sreyleak and Mch Kanika 
 

Sa Dina, Socheath Chea, Head of Mobile Department at Samsung, and Soeum Narin, Managing Director at Solidus Marketing 

Hospitality by Yamada School of Art @ the Plantation – Urban Resort & Spa 
 
 
The Plantation – Urban Resort & Spa and Yamada Takakazu hosted an event last week called Hospitality by Yamada School of Art, featuring nine young Khmer artists and their tutors in a stimulating art show and exhibition. The Plantation – Urban Resort & 
Spa is at #28, Street 184, Phnom Penh, phone 023 215 151 or email: [email protected] Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ PlantationPhnomPenh/ and website: www.theplantation.asia

The Yamada School of Art is at No.BB11, St.101, Sangkat Boeung Trabek, Khan Chamkarmorn, Phnom Penh, call 012223160/012419815/077935396 or email: [email protected] and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ yamadaschoolofart/ 

Yamada Takakazu, founder of the Yamada School of Art.

Panhavuth Long, Chairman at Memoria Place & Resort, and Adi Jaya, GM at The Plantation.

Benoit Jancloes, General Manager, and Masaki Nakamoto, Director of Business Development at Sokha Phnom Penh Hotel & Residence. 
 

Smart Mega [email protected] Island 

For the third time, Smart Axiata hosted a “Mega Concert” on Diamond Island. In previous years the concerts featured acts such as Demi Lovato and Jessie J and this year Smart cooperated with SEATV to invited Korean K-Pop star Jung Ji-hoon, who uses the English name Rain. Most of the Cambodian audience know him from South Korean romance and comedy shows in 2000 like “Full House.”
 
Rain is 34 and is a singer, songwriter, actor, music producer and one of the biggest male stars in South Korea. The concert was a great success with Korean K-pop mixes along with original Cambodian songs from Kmeng Khmer, Tena, Ada, Nikki Nikki, Laura Mam, Kanh Chan and Soria Oung. 
 

Thomas Hundt, CEO of Smart, and Korean K-Pop star Jung Ji-hoon (Rain).

Original Khmer songs were also performed. 

Rain also had many Korean fans. 

Inter-Corps first-aid and home nursing competition in Singapore 

On Sunday, the St. John Phnom Penh nursing and ambulance competition team have for the rst time won
a championship and become rst runners-up in the overseas category in the Inter-Corps First-Aid & Home Nursing Competition organised by the St. John Brigade Singapore (Zone 2). The event was held at the St. John Singapore headquarters. The St. John Phnom Penh competition team is supported by Himawari Hotel Apartments.
 
For reservations and bookings, contact No. 313, Sisowath Quay, Phnom Penh, phone 023 214 555 and email: [email protected] com.kh or go to the website: www. himawarihotel.com 
 
The St. John’s team show their skills. 

But Sokrom, Srey Chandara, Heang Sreynuch, Yoeun Socheata, Andrew Tay, Senior Zone President, Sorl Sung, Thoeuk Seavvay, Srong Reaksa, Pich Chanthon, Fa Mengthea and Sy Dymonyrath.

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