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STUDENT BLOG: The Distance I Travel to English Class

By Rakyut

Learning English is really important for people in Cambodia who want to communicate with people around the world. Nowadays, I learn English at the Future Bright International School, which is located in the middle of Siem Reap town. I start the English class from 5pm until 7:10 pm. It is 16 kilometers from my house, and I go with some of my friends from Chey School. (more…)

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Srayang Dorm Students Dive Into Environmental Ed

By Travis Thompson

Cambodian environmentalists from Siem Reap headed three hours into the forest surrounding Srayang Dorm to help PLF students better understand Mother Nature. (more…)

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STUDENT BLOG: Farming in My Village

By Visarl

A long time ago the people in my village and other places in the Cambodian countryside needed to have an occupation that could support their families. They started to do farming in their farms, a heritage from their ancestors. (more…)

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STUDENT BLOG: Asking Questions Leads to Knowledge

By Sothy

Some Cambodian students are afraid to ask the questions or force out their opinion to other people. It might be difficult if you are a teacher and you teach the students but they do not say what they do not know or understand. (more…)

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Ponheary: My Impression of Our U.S. Trip

By Ponheary Ly

I have visited a few European Countries such as Russia, France and Belgium. At that time I had no idea to admire thing around me, I was only focused on studying. The US trip made me admire things around me. I loved all cities I’d been to. (more…)

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STUDENT BLOG: Google Maps of Cambodia

By Bunpha

If you are very hot and want to be cool, you can go to Baray to swim, sleep, eat and relax your friends.

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Thanks to Angkor Holiday Hotel

By Lori Carlson

Many thanks go out to our friends at Angkor Holiday Hotel, who have been keeping us supplied with gently used towels, sheets and face cloths. (more…)

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STUDENT BLOG: Challenges of Teaching Computers

By Chamroeun

I am a graduate student in Bantey Srey High School, which is in SiemReap Province, Cambodia. Nowadays I am continuing my education in USEA (University of South-East Asia). I am really interested in technology, so I chose the Information Technology as my subject. (more…)

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STUDENT BLOG: The Economy of Chey Village

By Pon Sdey

My village name is Chey, is a big village, and it is located in Puck District, Siem Reap province, Cambodia. It has many houses and many people live there. (more…)

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STUDENT BLOG: A Trip to The 1961 Gallery Photo Exhibition

By Chenda and Reasey

On Friday 01st March 2013 at 6:00pm the van picked us at Chey School to join the Documenting Cambodia at Siem Reap, Cambodia. We went to the The 1961 Gallery to attend the Opening Night of the photo exhibition ”Documenting Cambodia”. (more…)