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National University of Management Students Engage in Martial Arts Training

Phnom Penh – Students from the White Youth Association (W.Y.A.) Martial Arts Department at the National University of Management recently participated in an engaging martial arts session, conducted by an instructor from the Preah Khan Chey Martial Arts Club. The session, which took place in Phnom Penh, was part of a series of volunteer activities organized by the university.

The initiative was observed by Dr. Vice University, the head of the W.Y.A., and other university leaders. It also received significant support and attention from Professor Dr. Hor Peng, a prominent figure from the National University of Management and a member of the W.Y.A. Central Committee.

The training session underscores the university’s commitment to promoting physical education and volunteerism among its students. Such activities are not only about learning self-defense but also about building character, discipline, and community engagement. The involvement of Dr. Hor Peng and other university leaders highlights the institutional support for enriching student experiences beyond the academic curriculum.

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