Phnom Penh, Cambodia -- August 25, 2010 -- AngkorOne, LLC launches a partnership with Lift magazine at www.AngkorOne.com/lift to promote discussions amongst Cambodian youths living in Cambodia and abroad. This exclusive online forum will be promoted and linked at the bottom of each major article in every Lift issue and its corresponding online article on phnompenhpost.com. Every week the writers of Lift will join its readers in thoughtful conversations about the stories and ideas found in the magazine. We will also conduct a weekly poll on issues important to Cambodian youths and the country's future.
“AngkorOne will allow Lift to move beyond the printed page, where we have had great success over the past eight months, and reach an international community who cares about Cambodia in the same way we do, “ says Colin Meyn, Founding Editor of Lift, “We hope the discussions on angkorone.com/lift will direct Lift towards the issues that matter the most to Cambodian youth and connect our current readership in Cambodia with new readers around the world.”
“Our partnership with Lift magazine offers Cambodian youths a platform to discuss subjects that are most important to them today and how they can prepare for the future, “ says Steven Path, founder and CEO of Angkor One, “With Lift working exclusively with us, it is a testament to why our AngkorOne Forum is today’s most popular online discussion for Cambodians worldwide. We have a team of moderators, consisting of AngkorOne staff and its members, to ensure all the discussions are civil and respectful.“
Lift is the essential magazine for Cambodian youth, a unique bilingual publication launched by the Post Media Company in January of 2010. It is distributed inside the English and Khmer editions of the Phnom Penh Post every Wednesday and is also handed out free to 5,000 students at over 20 Cambodian universities, giving it a wide-reaching distribution of over 12,000 copies a week. Since its inception, Lift has established itself among its loyal readers as the smart and aspiring alternative to other youth magazines in Cambodia who focus on celebrity gossip, crime and rumor. Instead, Lift focuses on education and career opportunities in Cambodia as well as current events and trends in society that impact youth with stories that are written in a thoughtful, interesting and entertaining way.
About Angkor One, LLC:
Angkor One, LLC is a US-based firm focused on building innovative world-class IT products and services for Khmers worldwide and tourists. Its flagship product is AngkorOne.com, the largest and most active Khmer Web Portal in the world with over 5,000 daily visitors. The company is also socially committed to donating a significant portion of its profits to its four social outreach programs: Education, Health, Safety and Orphans. The founder and CEO of Angkor One is Steven Path, an entrepreneurial Cambodian American who has returned to his homeland after living in the US for 33 years to build one of the first social enterprises in Cambodia.
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