Eldon Lee

About Eldon Lee

An avid storyteller and traveller, when not writing for Geeks in Cambodia, he is often found with a camera around his neck walking the streets of Phnom Penh enjoying the sights and smell of the city. Always open to new experiences, he also looks out for ways to help others in his free time, such as volunteering.

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KAS Holds Event on Digitalisation in Cambodia

German political think tank foundation Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) Cambodia recently launched their latest publication “Digital Insights: Economic Transformation in Cambodia and Abroad,” which looks at a wide range of topics, mainly by Cambodian authors, on topics including data-driven analysis of Cambodia’s digital landscape, to China’s use of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Geeks was at the launch event … More

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SUDrain Wins First Smart Axiata SmartSpark Pitching Night

After months of preparation, last Thursday Cambodia’s brightest young entrepreneurs pitched their startup ideas to a panel of judges at SmartSpark’s Pitching Night where SUDrain, a startup working on a sustainable water filtration system came out on top.
Held at Impact Hub Phnom Penh, the pitching night concluded the SmartSpark Cohort 1 programme, and gave … More

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EmTech Asia 2019: Discover Emerging Technologies

Geeks in Cambodia is excited to announce that the largest tech conference in Asia, Emtech Asia, is back! On January 22 and 23, at the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre in Singapore, many of Asia’s top innovators, scientists, investors, and executives will be together to celebration Asian technology, business and culture.
If you’re … More

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Agribuddy: The Startup Hoping to Change Agriculture in Cambodia

Agribuddy Cambodia launched in late 2016 with a small team but a big dream — within less than 2 years they have constructed a system that they hope will revolutionise agriculture in the Kingdom, and despite securing over $3 million dollars in investment so far, they have their sights on far greater funds.
Agribuddy Cambodia … More

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