The launch of the new monthly sports magazine, CamSports
went swimmingly well tonight at the Sofitel, with a busy program of events to keep the guests entertained including traditional boxing, stick-fighting, cycle tricks and football target practice with the Phnom Penh Crown football team. Free flowing drinks and snacks and an absolute ton of event photos by Kampuchea Party Republic were eagerly gobbled up by the invited attendees to celebrate the birth of the 56-page sports and lifestyle magazine, published in the Khmer language. It's the successor to the former 855 magazine.
Labels: CamSports, Phnom Penh Crown