Deborah Chen

About Deborah Chen

The geek in the family, Deborah loves tinkering with a new gadget or reading up old-school product manuals or a good book in her own free time. A believer that smiling cures all trouble, look for Deborah for a pill of happiness.

Posts by Deborah Chen:

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IMPACT HUB: Solutions for Positive Change

Have you ever wanted to make a positive change in the community? Be it in Cambodia or around the world, attending Impact Hub Phnom Penh’s ‘Solutions for positive changes’ will help to mould the ideas that you have into sustainable and long lasting solutions! Read the article to find out more!

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Barcamp Kampong Cham 2015: Preparing for the ASEAN integration

In order to fully prepare Cambodia for the ASEAN integration that will be happening late 2015, the Barcamp organizing team is rounding off its efforts to promote the technology sector in Cambodia by running Barcamp Kampong Cham 2015!

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Mobile Phones & Internet Statistics in Cambodia 2015

Compiled by the Open Institute and the Asia Foundation, statistics about the mobile phone and Internet trends in Cambodia for 2015 has been released. The information gathered definitely solidifies the statement that Cambodia is indeed becoming a ‘portable nation’.

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Digital, Mobile, Social Trends for Cambodia 2015

Geeks in Cambodia released an infographic this year in March to document the exponential growth of the Cambodians in relation to digital trends. We were impressed by the 414% increase in the number of active Internet users, the 100% rise of social media users and booming smartphone industry in the region. We Are Social, a social media agency based in Singapore has released yet another report on the digital, mobile and social trends of Cambodians!

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Retrospective: Tech in Asia Jakarta – The Best Year Yet

Remember Tech in Asia Jakarta’s promise to end off the year of tech conferences with a bang? They did not disappoint. The signature 2-day conference that is held tri-annually in Singapore, Tokyo and now Jakarta drew over 4,000 attendees and 325 startups that exhibited at Bootstrap Alley.

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