Cambodian Prime Minister’s Wife Makes a Stunning Appearance at Indonesian Events


[INNEWS reporter Xiao in reported] On September 6, Mrs. Hun Manet, Prime Minister of Cambodia, and Pich Chanmony, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Young Volunteer Doctors Association (TYDA), were invited to participate in an event organized by Iriana, wife of the President of Indonesia. The event was held to welcome the wives of ASEAN leaders and ASEAN partners.

On that day, Pich Chanmony was dignified and elegant in a pink dress and attended the event together with the wives of the leaders of ASEAN member states and 11 ASEAN partners.

The event will include performances and displays of multicultural arts, as well as an exhibition of local Indonesian products at Mini Indonesia Indah Park in Jakarta​.

It is reported that on the morning of September 4, at the invitation of ASEAN Rotating Chairman and Indonesian President Joko Widodo, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Manet and his wife Pich Chanmony led a delegation to Indonesia to attend the 43rd ASEAN Summit.

Pich Chanmony, the wife of Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Manet, is the daughter of former State Secretary of the Ministry of Labor Bi Samphan. In 2007, Pich Chanmony and Hun Manet tied the knot and they have 2 daughters and 1 son​.

Pich Chanmony graduated from Phnom Penh Medical University and was a practicing doctor. Her medical background has allowed her to play an important role in philanthropy, especially in health care projects.

As the chairman of the Cambodian Red Cross Society, Pich Chanmony is committed to health and medical assistance, personally participating in humanitarian operations at home and abroad, and providing assistance to the affected people. Her leadership provides solid support for the work of the Red Cross.

Pich Chanmony has always been an advocate for women’s rights and gender equality, encouraging women to actively participate in social and political activities, and providing more opportunities and equal rights for women in Cambodia.

Her love and support for Cambodia’s traditional culture and arts is well known, and she actively participates in cultural activities and provides cultural education to the younger generation to ensure that Cambodia’s precious cultural heritage is passed on and protected.

Pich Chanmony also collaborates with international organizations and charities to promote various projects covering the fields of health, education and social welfare. Her work is highly respected within Cambodia and internationally.