A career as a diplomat seemed inevitable for Nambora. He’s one of five children, and his father is Hor Nam Hong, Cambodia’s current Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister and one of their country’s key political figures. Prior to his posting to London, Nambora spent five successful years as the Ambassador to Australia and New Zealand, which followed a brief period as a political appointee as an Under Secretary of State. Following his Tuol Sleng job, he was director of Humanitarian Relief in the port of Sihanoukville, before joining the Foreign Ministry and subsequent postings in Bangkok and Geneva. Married with three children, his current Ambassadorial portfolio also includes Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Norway. Below: HE Hor Nambora presents his credentials to Queen Elizabeth II.
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Tomorrow (Saturday) is a BIG day. The first final to be played at the brand new Wembley Stadium will be the FA Trophy Final and involves my team, Kidderminster Harriers, against Stevenage, kick-off at 2.15pm. I'll be there, with my brother Tim, exercising my lungs to their fullest capacity. We have £25 seats near the Royal Box (there are rumours the crowd may reach 80,000!) and we'll make a day of it with a cooked English breakfast in a greasy spoon cafe early tomorrow morning and drive up to the outskirts of London, to meet up with our Harriers' pals for a pre-match beverage. On our day, the Harriers can beat anyone, lets hope tomorrow is THAT day.