Matthew Randall, Senior Partner of Zicolaw Group, David Nutman, CEO of Prudential Cambodia and Todd Smith, Creator Director of Ripple Effect Consulting Asia Pacific.
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Mme. Phymean Noun, Dato’ Johan Ariffin, Chairman of Maybank Cambodia and Maybank management in a group photo with People Improvement Organization (PIO) students.
People Improvement Organization (PIO) students singing at the Maybank Child Sponsorship Programme 2018.
People Improvement Organization (PIO) students’ blessing dance performance to welcome Dato’ Johan Ariffin, Chairman of Maybank Cambodia and the Maybank management.
People Improvement Organization (PIO) students’ performance at the Maybank Child Sponsorship Programme 2018.
Mme. Phymean Noun receiving the Maybank Child Sponsorship Programme 2018 from Dato’ Johan Ariffin, Chairman of Maybank Cambodia.
Ruzaimi Mohamad, Minister of Counsellor of Embassy of Malaysia Phnom Penh and Mohd Rizam Bin Razman, First Secretary at the Malaysian Embassy.
H.E. Hout Hay, Deputy Governor of Phnom Penh City Hall and Mr. Pern Chen, Executive Director of NagaWorld.
H.E. Hout Hay, Deputy Governor of Phnom Penh City Hall and Mr. Pern Chen, Executive Director of NagaWorld, with guests.
The Cambodian delegation preparing to take a speed boat to Gili Trawangan Island. Photo: Engly Tuy (Sakura)
Madam Made Santi Ratnasari, First Secretary of Embassy of Indonesia in Phnom Penh and Madam Sivlin Chhay, President of the Cambodia Association of Travel Agents (CATA) with tour and travel agents. Photo: Engly Tuy (Sakura)
The Cambodian delegation posing for a group photo at Lombok International Airport Photo: Engly Tuy (Sakura)
Parkway by Park Investment Co., Ltd won the Highly Commended Best Office Development award. The winner of the Best Office Development is CEO KT Pacific by LIXIN Construction.
Winners having a photo session with H.E. Dr Pen Sophal, Secretary of State at the Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction.
Sorn Seap, a panel judge in Cambodia and Founder & Director, Key Real Estate Co Ltd being interviewed by the media.
The 6th Annual Tiger Street Football Festival wowed attendees from 20-21 January on Ochheuteal beach, Sihanoukville. Around 54 teams were drawn to test their skills in a specially constructed cage, with Hurricane FC taking top honours in a close contest against their rivals in the final match. They claimed the provincial prize of $1,500. PHOTO: Yuen Punlue
In Kandal province on March 4, Kou Samout and Doem Mean were drawn to meet in the provincial final. With full-time unable to separate the pair and the score tied at 2-2, the match headed to sudden death and the dreaded lottery of the golden goal. And so, just moments into extra-time, a screamer from just inside the half-way line found the back of the net to claim the winning goal for Kou Samout. PHOTO: Yuean Punlue
On February 18 after navigating a lengthy knockout stage Family FC (A) and Poipet Empire (A) were drawn to meet in the final. It was Family FC who came away with the win – and the plaudits – in a close contest against their rivals. With the game finely balanced at half-time, it was Family who dug deepest to score an unassailable treble late in the half to secure a 6-3 win and the top provincial prize of $1,000. PHOTO: Yuean Punlue
The historic city of Siem Reap saw a record of 112 teams competing for a berth in the March 10-11 grand final. After navigating a tricky knockout stage, Next Step FC met Siem Reap FC, grand finalists at last years’ competition, in February 9 provincial final. In a final full of attacking flair, Next Step seized a 3-2 victory to claim the provincial prize of $1,500 and a ticket to the March grand final in Phnom Penh. PHOTO: Yuean Punlue
On February 3, 79 teams in Battambang tested their skills in a specially constructed futsal cage. PCO came out on top in a close contest against their rivals FC Crown in the final. In a final devoid of goals, locked at 0-0, and into extra-time, a quick breakaway saw PCO seize on a failed FC Crown attack to smash the winning goal from a yard inside the half-way line. PHOTO: Yuean Punlue
On January 28, Kampong Speu, ABA came out top in a close contest against their rivals Vitou MK in the final. They claimed the provincial prize of $1,000 and a ticket to the March grand final in Phnom Penh. The 6th Annual Tiger Street Football Festival also serves as a platform for talented players, aspiring footballers and anyone with a passion for the game to showcase their talent. PHOTO: Yuean Punlue