Yun Shan Seah

About Yun Shan Seah

A person of simple wants, Yun Shan finds wonder in the ordinary daily life in Cambodia. She would take photos of every thing she sees if she could, but writing is equally as important and easier to edit. The best way to engage her is handing her a packet of tissues, a blanket, some warm water and settling on a comfy couch to talk to her about something you care about.

Posts by Yun Shan Seah:

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Plant the Seed of your Agricultural Startup with the DakDam Incubator!

Impact Hub, HEKS Cambodia and the Swiss Agency for Development & Cooperation (SDC) Cambodia are encouraging startups impacting the agricultural sector to apply for the DakDam Incubator until 16 August!
Businesses must:

Have an environmentally friendly prototype/service

Be beneficial for small-hold farmers, especially women

Consist of Cambodians with little … More

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Wedu’s Women’s Leadership Academy: Supporting the Growth of Young Women in Tech

On June 30, 13 young women graduated from women’s advancement organisation Wedu Global’s Women Leadership Academy In Tech, at Impact Hub. This marked the conclusion of five months of mentorship and development of young women in the technological field.
Ms Sokhema Nara, education consultant for Wedu, commented on the importance of the programme, “We have … More

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Hear from Cambodian Entrepreneurs at the BIO Business Forum!

Professionals and entrepreneurs, you are invited to the BIO Business Forum to be held on 20 July, this Saturday, from 8.30am to 12pm at Raintree.
The event is organised by the BIO Accelerator Program, a local business accelerator by the Cambodian Investor Club Association (CiC).
Representatives from various industries from transport to agriculture will speak … More

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Aspire Arts and Craft: Helping the Physically Disabled Craft their Own Future

In order to improve the livelihoods of people with disabilities, an online platform, Aspire Arts and Craft, is in development to bridge their occupational needs with tourist demands.
Co-founded by Som Tola, a 21-year-old Cambodian woman, and two other teammates, Aspire hires people with disabilities to craft souvenirs and sell them online.

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Develop Business Leadership Skills through the SmartEdu University Student Development Programme!

Cambodian undergraduates, don’t miss out on applying for the SmartEdu University Student Development Programme (USDP) before 14 July!
The programme seeks to develop skills such as communication, critical thinking and creativity to nurture future leaders of Cambodia. Applicants that pass the interview will undergo a 13-day boot camp from 3 to 15 August in Siem … More

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