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តូច​ ធីណា (Toch Thina)

You know what? I could tell you my life story, but would you read until the end? Albert Einstein is my favorite physicist, Malala is my inspirational educational activist, and I’m Toch Thina, a free-spirited university graduate who is now participating in journalism training at CCIM, an interesting yet eye-opening training so far. This is the first time we meet, so I honestly didn’t know what I should tell you, but I want to share with you one of the unforgettable experiences I had this year: being a youth volunteer, doing community work for a better society and education for children. Change begins with volunteers, and I know all of us have the ability to make a change. Right? Within one universe, nine planets, 204 countries, 80 islands, seven seas, and I had the privilege of sharing my story with you today; I hope we will cross paths one day and I will be able to listen to your story.

My Eternal Valentine

I still remember the time I laid down by your side and listened to your childhood, the toothless smile you made when we joked around, how charming you were as a child, how satisfied you were after I shaved your hair.

ព្រះអាទិត្យ និង ព្រះចន្ទ

«ជីវិត​គឺជាការ​តស៊ូ»​ ប៉ុន្តែ​ការតស៊ូ​ខ្លះ​ហាក់​បីដូចជា​ គ្មាន​ទីបញ្ចប់ ស្រពិច​ស្រពិល គ្មានកោះគ្មានត្រើយ​ និង​នឿយ​ហត់ ឥតស្រាកស្រាន ទោះបីជា​ជីវិតនោះជិតអស់​ទៅវិញ​ទៅហើយក៏ដោយ។

Cyclo Grandpas: The 80-Year-Olds Living, Pedaling Without a Roof

Every day, before the sun shines, sweat starts to slowly stream down his forehead. His feet push hard on the pedals to make the cyclo go. His shaking hands steer cautiously to his destination.

Tales of Opportunists in a Gullible Kingdom

Once upon a time, there was a rumor about “holy green beans” that spread throughout the kingdom. According to this tale, “Everyone must eat green beans before sunrise or die” from SARS, a well-known flu that killed many people in Asia.

The Relationship Between Soul and Time

What would you do if a genie gave you three wishes?

Women Journalists Defy Stereotypes of the Work as Too Dangerous, ‘Not Suitable’

Cheng Sokhorng has been discouraged from pursuing her career in journalism, both at home and at work.

អតីតបុគ្គលិក​​សណ្ឋាគារ The Great Duke ជួបបញ្ហាជីវភាព ហើយ​បន្តទាមទារសំណង

អតីតបុគ្គលិក​បម្រើការ​នៅសណ្ឋាគារ​ The Great Duke ដែលប្តូរឈ្មោះពី InterContinental នៅតែបន្តធ្វើការតវ៉ា នៅមុខសណ្ឋាគារ ដោយសារ​ពុំទាន់ទទួលបាន ដំណោះស្រាយ ហើយការពន្យារ​ពេលនេះ វាធ្វើឲ្យប៉ះពាល់ ដល់ជីវភាពរស់នៅ ប្រចាំថ្ងៃរបស់ពួកគេយ៉ាងខ្លាំង។

អតីតបុគ្គលិកសណ្ឋាគារផ្កាយប្រាំ The Great Duke តវ៉ាទាមទារ ប្រាក់អត្ថប្រយោជន៍

អតីតបុគ្គលិក សណ្ឋាគារ The Great Duke ជាង១០០នាក់ បានប្រមូលផ្តុំតវ៉ា នៅមុខសណ្ឋាគារ នៅព្រឹកនេះ ដើម្បីទាមទារ ប្រាក់អត្ថប្រយោជន៍ និងសំណងផ្សេងៗ បន្ទាប់ពីបរាជ័យក្នុងការចរចា។

The Art of Making a Mistake and Learning From It

If I could earn money every single time I listened to my inner voice, I would maybe compete with Bill Gates’ net worth.

Me and 2020

Before you read this, let me take a minute of silence to mourn for all the things I set in 2019, which I should have done in 2018 because I made a promise to myself since 2017; you can also do the same for all the bad things you want to let go.

Skipped Meals and Junk Food: Pressed for Time, Busy Students’ Health Suffers

Many Cambodian university students are facing health issues because of the pressure they are under: The difficulty of balancing studies with work is leading to unhealthy lifestyles and eating habits, students and nurses said.

The Adventures of a Zero-Experience Journalist

A wise old man once said, “There are two types of pain. One that hurts you and the other that changes you.”

Phnom Penh Lakes ‘on the Brink of Elimination’: Report

Every lake in Phnom Penh has been damaged by development and its wetlands decimated, leading to severe flooding, loss of livelihoods and disappearance of fish species, a new report says.

Bringing Journalism to Life

“Cry Freedom” was one of the most interesting stories that I have ever learned in my literature class. Back then, I couldn’t...