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European Film Festival 2011

European Film Festival, a yearly films screening event, will be hosted again at Department of Media and Communication (RUPP campus) from 10 to 11 June 2011.

5 movies from various countries in Europe will be screened in this two-day event, which is open for public.

Every year, before screening each film, we have ambassador to briefly talk about the film from his/her country and to answer audiences’ questions after the screening session.

What special about this year is that all films were dubbed into Khmer language. If you cannot understand Khmer language, don’t be worry because you still can enjoy English subtitle.

Hope to see all you at DMC on the screening day!

Films Screening Schedule

Films Screening Schedule

By: Dara Saoyuth

Fund Raising for Poor Children in Takeo

Institute of Foreign Language (IFL) situated in the Royal University Of Phnom Penh campus. IFL organized a charity program today. This fund-raising ceremony started at 8 O’clock in the morning and end at 3 O’clock in the afternoon. The main purpose of this program is to get money for impoverished children in Takeo province.

There are a lot of fun activities and various ways to get money from participants. I can see lots of sellers which mostly are IFL students selling different types of goods counting from eatable things to readable staffs. I also bought a story book as I want to be part of the program.

There are some photos my friends and I took this morning. Let’s see it together! Cheers,[slideshow]

By: Dara Saoyuth

Our guest speaker from Konrad Adenauer Stiftung

Every Friday, the Department of Media and Communication (DMC) invites guest speaker from different places including governmental and non-governmental organization to share their experiences with it’s students from year I to year IV. This morning, we have a great honor that Dr. Stefan Friedrich, a team leader of Konrad Adenauer Stifung, came to give a presentation about the foundation and answer some questions from the students related to the political situation in Cambodia.

The Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) is a political foundation. In Germany, 16 regional offices and two conference centers offer a wide variety of civic education conferences and events. Their offices abroad are in charge of more than 200 projects in more than 120 countries.

Since one of my friend wrote about what we had discussed in this morning meeting, I would like to give a floor to him. Please CLICK HERE to know what he has written.

Dara Saoyuth