Chân SovannaraSovannara graduated in media management in 2011 at Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. He prefers to involve in volunteerism work and writes short articles from what he experiences. He also enjoyed blogging at http://sovannara4u.wordpress.com
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Cindi Loois the other editor of SEA Youth Say So. She's always in a dilemma. She does not believe in her writing skills even though she prides on it, that’s why she must keep learning the essence of text expressions. She also loves her rock (specifically indie rock) and photography (still a novice). She does not like deciding what her stories sound like, so she’ll let you decide if she’s a deep philosopher or simply an arrogant hipster through her stories. She tumbles at Random Nostalgia.
Jesse Pizarro BogaJesse Pizarro Boga is a community newspaper writer based in Davao City, Philippines. He also contributes for print magazines Our Mindanao and M. He blogs about Chun-Li, the thoughts that run around his head, and stories that didn’t make it to print at Planet Crap.
Kirsten HanKirsten Han (Singapore) is one of the two editors of SEAYSS. She is a blogger and multi-tasker interested in human rights issues. She also likes to travel, take photographs and – above all else – tell stories. She blogs at #spuddings.
Stoney ChenalStoney Chenal (Hanh Vu) is a young Vietnamese do-er on youth-led development, sustainability and lifelong learning whose philosophy is all about the process for each individual to shift into the core of self, community and with nature. She pays a great attention to the beauty of human talk in every way. Always living in both sides, she also enjoys a life as a lonely creature. She works at Challenge to Change, blogs at Flowing Writer. She's founded and been managing Vietnam Youth to Debate.