From Cambodia to Japan

A Cambodian Student Looks at Life in Two Different Worlds

Prison and Karma

Khmer Site Recommended

Looking for new articles on Khmer culture ? Then try Khmer Renaissance. The site is an online magazine and is devided into six sections: (1) Lifestyle; (2) Custom and Belief; (3) Art and Literature; (4) Heritage and History;(5) Geography, Evironment and Nature; and (6) Words and Etymology. Each article is written entirely in Khmer and is quite recent. The site also accepts publication from readers.

Thanks Ratana, my friend and one of the authors of these texts, for introducing this very useful webpage to me . His article is here: Atharos Temple of Phnom Preah Reachtrop

Oun Nov Bongkeuy

Alive and Kicking

Yeah, I’m still here, and I’m celebrating myself with a few beers. Just submitted my 9th semester assignment and finished my last exam today. Nine papers in three months. That’s more than enough to keep me busy for the whole semester. It isn’t over yet, though. I’m going to have a lot more things to do during this summer vacation. Hopefully, it's gonna be all right.

Well, enough about me. Regarding my Weblog, I actually haven’t updated any post for the past four months. But I did add some new interesting Blogs to my Link. Here they are:

1/  Vanndeth is a Khmer student. She blogs from Germany.

2/ Details Are Sketchy’s currently residing in Cambodia. She blogs about politics, culture and almost all things related to Srok Khmer.

3/  Chanbopha is a Khmer student studying and working in Japan. She writes about her life here.

If you want your personal page to be linked to my Blog, just send me an Emai or add me to your friend’s list. I’ll return the favor. By the way, I’ve noticed that my share at has significantly dropped during my absence- from $9,578 to $8,082.09. Luckily, there’s no loss for me as I don’t own my own blog (ahahaha!).

Finally, I wanna thank those who’ve spent their precious time reading and commenting on my site.

Cheers! ***Budweiser***