Buddhism has been the Cambodian state religion since the 13th century (except during the Khmer Rouge period), and is estimated to be the faith of 95% of the population. Christians in Cambodia number less than two percent of the population.
Dae Hwan Bae is a Korean Interserver who is serving with his professional skills in Cambodia. In 2005 he joined the newly formed Department of Electronics Engineering at Cambodia’s National Polytechnic Institute. Later on he founded the Union School of Technology, a Christian institution that is fully authorised by the Ministry of Education in Cambodia.