Conference to Foster Ideas Worth Spreading

Posted May 23rd, 2011 at 4:59 pm (UTC+7)
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A TED-styled event is happening at a Phnom Penh university on June the 4th, and an organizer hopes the conference will help foster the concept of sharing ideas and knowledge. “Unshared thoughts and ideas have little value. We understand that the greatest progress and development in the world comes through open discussion and sharing of ideas,” says its website.

KhmerTalks conference on “Sharing Success Together“ at Zaman University is open to registration online now and only 250 seats available.

In January the first TEDx Phnom Penh conference was held in the Cambodian capital, which attracted some of the most influential speakers in arts, technologies, and media to generate ideas on building Cambodia’s future.

You can find out more information about this social event KhmerTalks on Facebook and see who’s attending. I’ll be there covering this KhmerTalks event for this blog.

Suggested links:
TED: Ideas worth spreading
TEDx Phnom Penh

Bun Tharum is a freelance journalist, blogger, and digital media specialist. Blogging since 2004, he’s been a contributing-writer for Global Voices Online, Asian Correspondent, and several other print publications. His main interests are information and communication technologies for development and online media. Tharum’s base is Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s largest capital city.

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Bun Tharum is a freelance journalist, blogger, and digital media specialist. Blogging since 2005, he’s been a contributing-writer for Global Voices Online, Asian Correspondent, and several other print publications. His main interests are information and communication technologies for development and online media. Tharum’s base is Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s largest capital city.

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