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A wiseman seldom writes in his mind, but take a picture.


avril 2012

Trip to east by my bike

During winter 2010, the musoons  blowed very far from north, Serberia. It’s also a time for holidays. My friend and I decided to take our bike, my bike to the east, Vietnam. We took our small 20-kilometer-per-hour Charley brand bike. Our bike, of course, ran very slow, but we enjoyed it very much. Most people would never believe Charley could reach that far. It took 5 days to get there in a distance of only 200 kilometers. While we were on our way, oh, we loved it so much. We slept on the way with  the local people, in pagoda. People there taught me lots of things. They asked me to get up in a very early morning that I never used to, the drought brown rice fields. Can you guess why they took me there? It was amazing. Most children are ready out of home to the field to catch snakes!!

ពីខ្ញុំ ទី ទិត្យ!


Cambodian language or Khmer

Cambodian, also known as Khmer, is the official language of the Kingdom of Cambodia and it is spoken by almost all Cambodians. Khmer is also understood by people in many bordering countries such as Thailand (in the eastern provinces of Buriram, Surin, and Srisket in the northern Thailand), in the Mekong Delta region of South Vietnam, and in southern Laos .
Cambodian is the major modern representative of the Mon-Khmer language family which includes hundreds of related dialects scattered over most of mainland Southeast Asia. As for foreign influences on the language, the Khmer language has borrowed many words from Sankrit. With the advent of Theravada Buddhism at the beginning of the fifteenth century, Khmer began to borrow Pali words, and continues to use Pali as a major source of neologisms today (Huffman 1970). During the period of French domination, many French words were borrowed into the language and have become a part of the colloquial language, as well as medical and technical terms. There is also a smattering of Chinese and Vietnamese loanwords in colloquial speech.
Unlike Thai, Vietnamese, and Lao, Khmer is non-tonal and has a high percentage of disyllabic words which are derived from monosyllabic bases by prefixation, and infixation.
The Cambodian script (called Khmer letters) are all probably derived from various forms of the ancient Brahmi script of South India. The Cambodian script has symbols for thirty-three consonants, twenty-four dependent vowels, twelve independent vowels, and several diacritic symbols. Most consonants have reduced or modified forms, called sub-consonants, when they occur as the second member of a consonant cluster. Vowels may be written before, after, over, or under a consonant symbol.
Some efforts to standardize Khmer spelling have been attempted, but inconsistencies persist, and many words have more than one accepted spelling. A two-volume dictionary prepared under the direction of the Venerable Chuon Nath of the Buddhist Institute in Phnom Penh is the standard work on Khmer lexicography.
Khmer is divided into three historical stages: Old Khmer (seventh to twelfth century A.D.), Middle Khmer (twelfth to seventeenth century A.D.), and Modern Khmer (seventeenth century to the present). It is likely that Old Khmer was the language of Chenla. The language of Funan was most probably a Mon-Khmer language. The earliest inscription in Khmer, found at Angkor Borei in Takev Province south of Phnom Penh, dates from A.D. 611.

Should we believe?

Mum did not believe in superstition. For me, i don’t know. Mum went to a fortune teller once for her first time while she had her first baby; my sister whome i have never seen. Mum was told that her oldest baby must be boy, followed by girl, then boy and girl again. Mum did not believe. Her first baby was girl, of course, but she died the year after. Followed by another second and third baby who were girls. Once mum gave birth of my brother,he lives. Then my oldest sister, and my second oldest brother. They all live. The world seems so unfair to my sisters. They were born with the same sex,girl and girl. They challenged their fates who were luckier. One of them died when she was 3. After that tragedy, my youngest older brother was born, then me,then my younger sister. This occurs problems until present. My younger sister was not so lucky, she died when she was 2 years 1month. After that, there are something wrong happen. When i was 15 years of age, i had a big accident; my car was overturned just after the hill. It was badly damaged with 3 people died and many injured. At age of 16, i went to the beach of mekong. I could not swim, so i was drowned there. I did not know. I actually reached 2 bottles, full of air, floating along. When i was 17, i rode my bike along the rorodom blvd; my bike crashed with a medium-sized truck, daewoo 2506. In 2010, during my age of 18, i went to sihanoukville by bus for holiday. Something terrible happened. My bus, sorya bus, crashed with hyundai truck in a speed of around 120/h. My bus went to crash the river which killed 2 people. On 24 june, 2011, i flew to south korea. My flight transitted in taiwan. My plane crashed a petroleum bin while it was taking of. The next vol after my flight explosed. Yesterday, before i write this article, i went to mont proseth. Our car was turning backward after we reach the top of mountain. Can anyone tell me what it means exactly?

ពីខ្ញុំ ទី ទិត្យ!

Strangers meet strangers

Do you believe in fate? Well, sort of; a little bit, perhaps it’s just a coinsidence. Hmm, I don’t know. Last year on 24th Octobre, 2011 one of my friends whome we’ve known each other through facebook met each other. Our first conversation was  » I admire the idea of ur creative photograph; most of them look amazing. Oh; thanks//I don’t create them but I shot them.haha, yours as well then.. » Then we started to have our first randez-vous by going out for a trip. We spent 3 nights at Kap and Kampot. Since then, we’ve been keeping in touch by mail. I tell you something » we both have the same idea, which means we like doing things very similar. Then another mate was similar to her. She is more fun. She makes me laugh all day long. She recorded down all our conversation in her blog

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Should we be so excited to see our conversation recorded in someone else’s blog? Hmm, I don’t now.. It’s fun though. Most people who see me, they say « Tit, why are you so strange? ». It haopebs always to them as well..

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