Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Mountain way in Ratanakiri Province


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Tuesday, May 08, 2007

A heavy downfall in the afternoon!


Yellow flowers under the heavy rain.
Flood on the streets after 2 quarters downpour!
The plants are getting freshy green after the rain clean away the dust on the leaves.
The small plants are sinked! help...! Help!...:)

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PIT workshop at Norton University


On the 3rd of May, there was another Personal Information Technology Workshop held at Norton university. There were around 150 participants joint the workshop. Most of them are from 3rd Year IT department, but as surveyed, not even 1 student has ever heard about Blog!

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Saturday, May 05, 2007

National ploughing Day


In Khmer tradition, national ploughing day is a yearly ceremony usually held at the beginning day of rainy season. The aims of this celebration is meant to call the start of ploughing season. Moreover, it is also meant to pray for the god to blow down enough rain for farmers to use for the rice and crop growth.
This year, the belief of the royal cows on food eating is a desperate one. There are 7 kinds of grains and fluid such as rice, corn, sesame, bean, water, grass and wine. If the two cows eat one food, it is believed that the production of that food is good according to the amount the cow has eaten. Unluckily, this year only 1 cow ate only 45% of corn, nothing more has been eating or drunk. :( It is believed that this is the start of the unfortunate season of the year! Everyone's face is shown up the look of sorrow, not the smile like every passed year, even the king's face.

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Me, Myself and I

My photo
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Me? I knew nothin' about myself besides living with smiles and be cheerful cuz i dunno how long my life could last!