How does Actress Mean Sonyta Celebrate her Birthday?
How do you celebrate your birthday when you are turning 26? We ask PurpleTrail.com and they gave us 25 suggestion.
1) Plan a Party, BBQ
2) Wine Tasting, Vineyard Tour
3) Beer Tasting, Brewery Tour
4) Murder Mystery Dinner, Party
5) Pub Crawl, Scavenger Hunt
6) Road Trip
7) Volunteer, Leave Your Mark On The World, Live Longer
11) Do Something That Terrifies You
12) Visit a Flower Field
13) Ride a Horse
14) Take a Trip
15) Learn Something New, Take a Class
16) Visit an Orchard
17) Learn How To Surf
18) Attend a Festival
19) Try Flying Trapeze
20) Whale, Wolf, Bird Watching
21) Try an Extreme Sport
22) Visit an Ostrich, Emu Farm
23) Go Spelunking
24) Explore Supernatural/Extraterrestrial Tourism
25) Go On A Retreat
Close but no Cigar.
Mean Sonyta has been a recognizable face in the Cambodian Entertainment Industry since she was discovered at the age of 18, with 200,000 Fans on Facebook, 113,000 Fans on Instagram, endorsement deal with Samsung, Brand Ambassador for Movie Theaters, TV Show, Movies and much more. One would expect a lavish kind of birthday party with all of her Industry friends and fixing. So we ask Cambodian Actress/Model Mean Sonyta how she celebrated her 26 birthday. This was her answer.
February 10 is my birthday and it’s a day to celebrate Love or Slanh. This is the second year of #SlanhDay, we celebrated with 600+ kids at Wat Polanka Primary School, I attended the school when I was younger. We had live painting, live performances by Manith, Soria, Sai, cleanup, picnic, flower planting, books distribution, and so much more. This is my happiness, this is my #SlanhDay.
Not only did she light up the 600+ kids at Wat Polanka Primary School, one little girl name Srey Ren was also selected to receive financial support of education for 1 year. As well as guidance, consultant and mentorship for her family to run small to medium size business so they can be self sustainable.
What an amazing birthday, looks like it’s a win-win for everyone. Happy #SlanhDay
She’s doing something much greater than herself, she’s celebrating with kids that need positive role models. Underprivileged kids that need hope, I look at it as an investment in our Future. These kids are the one that will run Cambodia, so if they are the future leaders of tomorrow. We should pay more attention to them.