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STUDENT BLOG: The Chance to Get the Knowledge from the Other Countries

By Sothy

Many students who study have different goals. For example, some of the students want to get jobs, which follow their abilities, earn a lot of money, develop the country, or work as a volunteer. They think of the different ways about their jobs and their goals. (more…)

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STUDENT BLOG: Fishing in Cambodia

By Sdey

Cambodia is a place that has many kinds of lakes and rivers. One special lake is Tonle Sap Lake. There are many kinds of fish like sea fish and fish in the lake and sometimes from rivers too. The fish from the Tonle Sap Lake supply food for almost all of the people in Cambodia. (more…)

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GUEST BLOG: A Note from Srayang Volunteer Torsten Tabel

By Torsten Tabel

I am writing as a volunteer at Srayang Dormitory. I would just like to share my experience and send thanks to all that are a part of this project, to all who assist in making the project happen by a one time or many times donation. I have the fortunate opportunity to see the progress of these students on a day-to-day basis. In doing so, I appreciate what has been created here. (more…)

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Knar Students Light Up with Creativity in Solar Lamp Contest

By Travis Thompson

Students at Knar Primary School are seeing things in a whole new light after practicing their art skills in a contest that ended with PLF awarding dozens of cutting-edge, hand-held solar lamps. (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: 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: 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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New PLF Student Documentary Hits the International Screen

By Travis Thompson

The Ponheary Ly Foundation has released its latest student-made documentary which captures the struggle for education of girl students at the Srayang Dormitory.  The documentary debuted at an international film festival in Cambodia and at locations across the United States. (more…)