Channy is the first ever student from Koh Ker Village (and the Srayang Secondary School Dormitory) to enroll in University. She’s just finished her first year in Phnom Penh, and she wants to tell you all about it!
In this world we have a variety of crops for cultivation and sale in the markets and that can be used daily. There is a crop we need a lot of, which is chilli.
Most people in my village are farmers. They grow rice and vegetables. Most of them grow rice once a year, but some of them twice a year. In summer, some of them grow vegetables and some others work as construction workers.
By Sal Chamroeun
In 2011, I began to study English with the support of the Ponheary Ly Foundation. In July, I had an exam for my English class. After this I got a certificate from the PLF and I have traveled to Kulen Mountain with foreigner in PLF. After this time, maybe a few months later, my friends come to see me and ask, “Do you want to study a computer?”.
By Sothy Soun
Cambodian students need a lot of books and documents to do research to improve our knowledge. Unfortunately, during the Khmer Rouge all of the important documents were lost. The Khmer Rouge destroyed schools, pagodas, hospitals, roads, and almost all of the libraries. Our important history documents were in these libraries.