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juin 2012

Is there anybody knows what the Buddhisme is?


The name Buddhism comes from the word ‘budhi’ which means ‘to wake up’ and thus Buddhism is the philosophy of awakening. This philosophy has its origins in the experience of the man Siddhartha Gotama, known as the Buddha, who was himself awakened at the age of 35. Buddhism is now 2,500 years old and has about 300 million followers worldwide. Until a hundred years ago Buddhism was mainly an Asian philosophy but increasingly it is gaining adherents in Europe, Australia and America.

So Buddhism is just a philosophy?

The word philosophy comes from two words ‘philo’ which means ‘love’ and ‘sophia’ which means ‘wisdom’. So philosophy is the love of wisdom or love and wisdom, both meanings describe Buddhism perfectly. Buddhism teaches that we should try to develop our intellectual capacity to the fullest so that we can understand clearly. It also teaches us to develop love and kindness so that we can be like a true friend to all beings. So Buddhism is a philosophy but not just a philosophy. It is the supreme philosophy.

Who was the Buddha?

In the year 563 B.C. a baby was born into a royal family in northern India. He grew up in wealth and luxury but eventually found that worldly comforts and security do not guarantee happiness. He was deeply moved by the suffering he saw all around and resolved to find the key to human happiness. When he was 29 he left his wife and child and set off to sit at the feet of the great religious teachers of the day to learn from them. They taught him much but none really knew the cause of human suffering and how it could be overcome. Eventually, after six years study and meditation he had an experience in which all ignorance fell away and he suddenly understood.

From that day onwards, he was called the Buddha, the Awakened One. He lived for another 45 years in which time he travelled all over the northern India teaching others what he had discovered. His compassion and patience were legendary and he had thousands of followers. In his eightieth year, old and sick, but still happy and at peace, he finally died.

The Buddha is dead so how can he help us?

Faraday, who discovered electricity, is dead, but what he discovered still helps us. Luis Pasteur who discovered the cures for so many diseases is dead, but his medical discoveries still save lives. Leonardo da Vinci who created masterpieces of art is dead, but what he created can still uplift and give joy. Noble men and heroes may have been dead for centuries but when we read of their deeds and achievements, we can still be inspired to act as they did. Yes, the Buddha is dead but 2500 years later his teachings still help people, his example still inspires people, his words still change lives. Only a Buddha could have such power centuries after his death.

Was the Buddha a god?

No, he was not. He did not claim that he was a god, the child of a god or even the messenger from a god. He was a man who perfected himself and taught that if we follow his example, we could perfect ourselves also.

If the Buddha is not a god, then why do people worship him?

There are different types of worship. When someone worships a god, they praise him or her, making offerings and ask for favours, believing that the god will hear their praise, receive their offerings and answer their prayers. Buddhists do not indulge in this kind of worship. The other kind of worship is when we show respect to someone or something we admire. When a teacher walks into a room we stand up, when we meet a dignitary we shake hands,when the national anthem is played we salute. These are all gestures of respect and worship and indicate our admiration for persons and things. This is the type of worship Buddhist practise. A statue of the Buddha with its hands rested gently in its lap and its compassionate smile reminds us to strive to develop peace and love within ourselves. The perfume of incense reminds us of the pervading influence of virtue, the lamp reminds us of light of knowledge and the flowers which soon fade and die, reminds us of impermanence. When we bow, we express our gratitude to the Buddha for what his teachings have given us. This is the nature of Buddhist worship.

But I have heard people say that Buddhists worship idols.

Such statements only reflect the misunderstanding of the persons who make them. The dictionary defines an idol as « an image or statue worshipped as a god ». As we have seen, Buddhist do not believe that the Buddha was a god, so how could they possibly believe that a piece of wood or metal is a god? All religions use symbols to express various concepts. In Taoism, the ying-yang is used to symbolise the harmony between opposites. In Sikhism, the sword is used to symbolise spiritual struggle. In Christianity, the fish is used to symbolise his sacrifice. And in Buddhism, the statue of the Buddha also reminds us of the human dimension in Buddhist teaching, the fact that Buddhism is man-centred, not god-centred, that we must look within not without to find perfection and understanding. So to say that Buddhist worship idols is not correct.

Why do people burn paper money and do all kinds of strange things in Buddhist temples?

Many things seem strange to us when we don’t understand them. Rather than dismiss such things as strange, we should strive to find their meaning. However, it is true that Buddhist practice sometimes has its origin in popular superstition and misunderstanding rather than the teaching of the Buddha. And such misunderstandings are not found in Buddhism alone, but arise in all religions from time to time. The Buddha taught with clarity and in detail and if some fail to understand fully, the Buddha cannot be blamed.

There is a saying:

If a man suffering from a disease does not seek treatment even when there is a physician at hand, it is not the fault of the physician. In the same way, if a man is oppressed and tormented by the disease of defilements but does not seek the help of the Buddha, that is not the Buddha’s fault.

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Nor should Buddhism or any religion be judged by those who don’t practise it properly. If you wish to know the true teachings of Buddhism, read the Buddha’s words or speak to those who understand them properly.  

If Buddhism is so good why are some Buddhist countries poor?

If by poor you mean economically poor, then it is true that some Buddhist countries are poor. But if by poor you mean a poor quality of life, then perhaps some Buddhist countries are quite rich. America, for example, is an economically rich and powerful country but the crime rate is one of the highest in the world, millions of old people are neglected by their children and die of loneliness in old people’s homes, domestic violence and child abuse are major problems. One in three marriages end in divorce, pornography is easily available. Rich in terms of money but perhaps poor in terms of the quality of life. Now if you look at some traditional Buddhist countries you find a very different situation. Parents are honoured and respected by their children, the crime rates are relatively low, divorce and suicide are rare and traditional values like gentleness, generosity, hospitality to strangers, tolerance and respect for others are still strong. Economically backward, but perhaps a higher quality of life than a country like America. But even if we judge Buddhist countries in terms of economics alone, one of the wealthiest and most economically dynamic countries in the world today is Japan where 93% of the population call themselves Buddhist.

Why is it that you don’t often hear of charitable work being done by Buddhists?

Perhaps it is because Buddhists don’t feel the need to boast about the good they do. Several years ago the Japanese Buddhist leader Nikkho Nirwano received the Templeton Prize for his work in promoting inter-religious harmony. Likewise a Thai Buddhist monk was recently awarded the prestigious Magsaysay Prize for his excellent work among drug addicts. In 1987 another Thai monk, Ven.Kantayapiwat was awarded the Norwegian Children’s Peace Prize for his many years work helping homeless children in rural areas. And what about the large scale social work being done among the poor in India by the Western Buddhist Order? They have built schools, child minding-centres, dispensaries and small scale industries for self-sufficiency. Buddhist see help given to others as an expression of their religious practice just as other religions do but they believe that it should be done quietly and without self-promotion. Thus you don’t hear so much about their charitable work.

Why are there so many different types of Buddhism?

There are many different types of sugar: brown sugar, white sugar, rock sugar, syrup and icing sugar but it is all sugar and it all tastes sweet. It is produced in different forms so that it can be used in different ways. Buddhism is the same: there is Theravada Buddhism, Zen Buddhism, Pure Land Buddhism, Yogacara Buddhism and Vajrayana Buddhism but it is all Buddhism and it all has the same taste – the taste of freedom. Buddhism has evolved into different forms so that it can be relevant to the different cultures in which it exists. It has been reinterpreted over the centuries so that it can remain relevant to each new generation. Outwardly, the types of Buddhism may seem very different but at the centre of all of them is the Four Noble Truths and the Eightfold Path. All major religions, Buddhism included, have split into schools and sects. But the different sects of Buddhism have never gone to war with each other and to this day, they go to each other’s temples and worship together. Such tolerance and understanding is certainly rare.

I suppose you think your religion is right and all others are wrong.

No Buddhist who understands the Buddha’s teaching thinks that other religions are wrong. No-one who has made a genuine effort to examine other religions with an open mind could think like that either. The first thing you notice when you study the different religions is just how much they have in common. All religions acknowledge that man’s present state is unsatisfactory. All believe that a change of attitude and behaviour is needed if man’s situation is to improve. All teach an ethics that includes love, kindness, patience, generosity and social responsibility and all accept the existence of some form of Absolute.

They use different languages, different names and different symbols to describe and explain these things; and it is only when they narrow- mindedly cling to their one way of seeing things that religious tolerance, pride and self-righteousness arise.

Imagine an Englishman, a Frenchman, a Chinese and an Indonesian all looking at a cup. The Englishman says, « That is a cup. » The Frenchman answers, « No it’s not. It’s a tasse. » The Chinese comments, « You are both wrong. It’s a pei. » And the Indonesian laughs at the others and says « What a fool you are. It’s a cawan. » The Englishman get a dictionary and shows it to the others saying, « I can prove that it is a cup. My dictionary says so. » « Then your dictionary is wrong, » says the Frenchman « because my dictionary clearly says it is a tasse. » The Chinese scoffs at them. « My dictionary is thousands of years older than yours, so my dictionary must be right. And besides, more people speak Chinese than any other language, so it must be pei. » While they are squabbling and arguing with each other, a Buddhist comes up and drinks from the cup. After he has drunk, he says to the others, « Whether you call it a cup, a tasse, a pei or a cawan, the purpose of the cup is to be used. Stop arguing and drink, stop squabbling and refresh your thirst ». This is the Buddhist attitude to other religions.

Is Buddhism scientific?

Before we answer that question it would be best to define the word ‘science’. Science, according to the dictionary is: « knowledge which can be made into a system, which depends upon seeing and testing facts and stating general natural laws, a branch of such knowledge, anything that can be studied exactly ». There are aspects of Buddhism that would not fit into this definition but the central teachings of Buddhism, the Four Noble Truths, most certainly would. Suffering, the First Noble Truth, is an experience that can be defined, experienced and measured. The Second Noble Truth states that suffering has a natural cause, craving,which likewise can be defined, experienced and measured. No attempted is made to explain suffering in terms of a metaphysical concept or myths. Suffering is ended, according to the Third Noble Truth, not by relying on upon a supreme being, by faith or by prayers but simply by removing its cause. This is axiomatic. The Fourth Noble Truth, the way to end suffering, once again, has nothing to do with metaphysics but depends on behaving in specific ways. And once again behaviour is open to testing. Buddhism dispenses with the concept of a supreme being, as does science, and explains the origins and workings of the universe in terms of natural law. All of this certainly exhibits a scientific spirit. Once again, the Buddha’s constant advice that we should not blindly believe but rather question, examine, inquire and rely on our own experience, has a definite scientific ring to it. He says:

« Do not go by revelation or tradition,do not go by rumour, or the sacred scriptures, do not go by hearsay or mere logic, do not go by bias towards a notion or by another person’s seeming ability and do not go by the idea ‘He is our teacher’. But when you yourself know that a thing is good, that it is not blameble, that it is praised by the wise and when practised and observed that it leads to happiness, then follow that thing. »

So we could say that although Buddhism in not entirely scientific, it certainly has a strong overtone and is certainly more scientific than any other religion. It is significant that Albert Einstein, the greatest scientist of the twentieth century said of Buddhism:

« The religion of the future will be a cosmic religion. It should transcend a personal God and avoid dogmas and theology. Covering both natural and spiritual, it should be based on a religious sense arising from the experience of all things, natural and spiritual and a meaningful unity. Buddhism answers this description. If there is any religion that would cope with modern scientific needs, it would be Buddhism. »

Writer: Bhikkhu S.Dhammika

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Sun will really last so soon!!

Some scientists  argued, based upon the sources of energy of  the sun that were known at a time, that the sun was at most a few tens of million years old.  Many geologists and biologists concluded that the sun must have been shining for at least several hundreds of millions of years in order to account for geological changes and the evolution of living things, both of which depend critically upon energy from the sun. But how old is the sun?  As many scientists have found from using radiation over the lifetime or something like that that the sun is about 4.6 billion years old.. As I have learned that nothing is permanent, I believe that the sun will expand to a red-giant which means the sun will disappear. As you know that the sun ejects its mass which is carbon and oxygen to burn out, and gives us light. You don’t believe it burns permanently, right? Then I believe one day, the sun will be gone, and another planets would exist. We won’t be here to worry about it though. You can sleep well tonight and tomorrow. It will take few more billions year from  now on.

My young novelist, Borin.

Borin, my friend, a very young novelist, is a great personne. Il a a sense of humor though. He always pretends to be very arrogant that he always uses ugly words, noisy conversation, disturbing others even in the library.. Though, he does not like me very much, I think. Peut-être it’s because I know a lot about him.  I can  remember un jour at Chenla theatre, I criticized his ear-piecing; he was so curious and furious a little bit, but I know he pretended only. At first, I was wondering pourquoi he always has to pretend, cheat, lie all the time!!  but then I can guess the answer; it’s because he wants to learn people that way since he is a novelist. On 26th June, 2012, I received  messages from him with all ugly words. Why? I am sure he will learn nothing from me.

Me: « Eh, next time, if you wanna say or insult me, dont do it to ur fri&i apologize we laughed u This evening.we’l do it again if you act like that.we didn laugh about ur question(we didnt even listen to your question)but ur violent culture-like speaking very loud, noisy, ugly words. »

Me: « Sorry..m pretty straight forward,u like it too?i even know u hate me since i criticized u about ur piecing at Chenla,right?i was just making fun.i thought u didnt mind a lot,but u did.sorry..i,actually,dress crazily too,&many people say m crazy. »

Me: « Hope u understand what i mean & u dont mind me since we r cambodian,right? »

Borin: « Thank you million times! but i will do what i want! later or next, i will do if i want, you have your rights to go away when I saying, i do not care ! you are good must have good friends, i am not good must have not good dudes too! »

Me: « For me,u r stil my fri.i don mind what u consider me..hope we stil smile, talk with each other when we meet,right? »

Me: « I hav a rights to go away when u say.then all the students at ccf hav a right to go way if speak loudly in the library..come on,Borin.i believeu r not that kind,or u can change it.nature doesnt produce a comfortable nice house,but men built it.. »

Me: « If i remember very well,u study moralité at high-school too.i dont expect a lot from u,but since we share the nation,culture..i don want this blood to be ugly »

Me: « I speak too much i know. Then i should stop,right? Finally, i know u can do better then this cos u r one of my friends too. Eh, by the way, i can still give u messages like what i always do to u? Haha, i expect « yes »from, otherwise i would be sad

Good night!! »

Borin: « Thank you million times for your Fucking words! i never study like you and your hell friends! never even heart what morality! »..

Me: « I know before u wrote this to me, u’d laughed already..don’t pretend!! »

Me: « Lie,pretend,cheat,hide,mind are not culture »

Me: « Good night »

Asia, a continent of world traditions and modernité.

A factory of Culture

Contient gigantesque, l’Asia has always fascinated  men  of the world who try to discover les mytères et les richesses. L’Asia is a puzzle of languages, colors,  parfumes, paysages.. Les Asian give birth la naissance to a beautiful world civilizations, to a large number of religions, to many world philosophies who help us to better understand the world which we currently live on. L’agriculture, l’écriture, big Arabic discovered secrets of human body, mathématiques have been invented and discovered in Asia. Indian invented « zero, Chinese  invented paper money,spaghettis, papers, fireworks, and world classic silk.

Modern city and a home of millions of people

With too many wars, violence, natural disasters, pouverty have made Asia goes down. But Asian look forward to the  future of the world again. More and more countries in Asia become richer and  richer. For instant, China; a world second most powerful country, Japan; a world third richest country, Korea, Tawain, Hong Kong, Singapore, Dubai,  New Delhi, Kaula Lumpore, Shanghai ..

Angkor Wat of Cambodia

With all the riche cultures of Asia, world heritage and wonder monuments have been constructed . It’s currently bien located and conserved. Asia is a continent of all the records such as Great Wall of China, Taj Mahal of India, Angkor Wat of Cambodia, Pagan of Burma, La Mecque of Saodite Arabia, temples of Bali, Babylon of Iraq, Istanbul of Turqie, Petra of Jodan..

Beautiful nature

After all, Asia has become a land of extremems with all the records, lands sacrés, toit du monde, home of 4000 millions people and various kinds of animals, first destination of nature, factories of culture and industries of products.

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Don’t know what to do now!!

This is what I have reported from my relatives through facebook. My anne is not my own family but she seems like one. We were thinking that taking care of her in USA is much better then here, Cambodia. Unfortunately, a young-low-education has dog’s brain-man locked her in the room and bit her up last 2 weeks. And it hurt me badly after I’ve got that information. My anne, a pure buddhist, always does good things but why she met this situation in her life? I always mentioned that the world seems so unfair. But police seems to have more power to control and  to decide that the justice is to be considered or not.

Kimchiv Ly: Does any one know this old woman was taken by a young man lock her in the room n bit her up?????? Is she have any family in the
U.S to protect n taking care of her????? Why……..?

Steve Chakriya Rak: Yeah, my sister didn’t tell me after two weeks later. it was upset me when she told me, it was so unbelievalbe…I told my sister to reported to the the police stationand go to court,and I will pay all the cost.. It wasn’t funny to hear thise story…..was it okay if someone beat your mother in a locking room? and said he was drunk??? it was an excuse. It wasn’t okay with me I will tell you that, NO SECOND time.Yeah, I am not get over it yet…Thanks chhiv

Kimchiv Ly: No, sister is not about a second time or the third time, u guys should put his ass in jail in the next day he was did that to her, if me I don’t care of any excuse from him, this is so rediculous that ass hole just told a little excuse (Caz he was drunk that why he bitta shit out of her to u guys Ha…ha…ha….) U know what I was shock after I heard this story n I was ready Togo to jail for,Caz I though I’ll put him in the hospital or shut him in the had. This is not funny or game alright!!!

Steve Chakriya Rak: You are right Chhiv, They know that I don’t take sorry when someone have done bad thing to my family, that was why they didn’t tell me for so long. I told her even he said sorry but I still want her to reporting to the police. If I was over there I won’t let him get away. If he wants to be a bully why doesn’t he goes for the same age, he is a coward that was why he picked 70 years old woman.

Sorn Sothina: nice to c her here,,,

Kimchiv Ly: I have feel really bad u know?So, can u tell me what are they afraid of n what r they thinking ? Or they’re want to waiting for that guy bit her up again or he kill her than they do some thing to it ? This is so ridiculous. I don’t understand of ur sisters . For me, I’m just her nephew but It’s hurt me so badly how about u guys????

Steve Chakriya Rak: They are not afraid of him. Mom didnot tell Chanda( You know Mom, she is always has a big heart and never want to hurt anyone feeling) and I do not know why??? and I told Chanda to call the police station then go for trial but Chanda told me that she asked thos guy to come and said sorry to Mom if he doesn’t she will go to court but I told her no matter how many time he said sorry to Mom, she still needs to report this problem to the police but chanda said No to me. Thank you Chhiv for care about Mom…I love and care for her but I was feeling so bad that I couldn’t not protecting her….I love you Chhiv like my real blood.

Sorn Sothina: Oh sorry bong ..i didn’t no her story..i just get it..bong what’s happened? Who do that to her?

Ti Tit: Oh, good things will come to those who do good. B.Ya, you are doing the right thing.

Ti Tit: Oh, my gosh!! I have not read those comments. Police is our choice. That young guy should be sent here, I’ll kill him. My dad will help me!!

Kimchiv Ly: This is crazy !!! U can ask B, Chariya for the whole story, so u guys understand. For me I always have a big problem with guys like to bit up the women, I don’t like that. N now it happen on my own family, unbelievable. I have nothing to say 😥

Ti Tit: I can report this to the US Embassy from Cambodia to see what I can I do from here.. But I need to know more information. My dad knows it now. He tries to contact for help. He calls you yet?

To be continued!!

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សង្ឃឹមថា នាងមិនភ្លេចខ្ញុំ
Actually, I don’t really want to post her picture or even write about her; but I should, otherwise I’d forget her someday, especially our memories. Also, this is the way I can keep her face safe. I want to remember her cos I wanna remember my past. Perhaps it was my mistake, so I want to avoid it. I am sure she hates me now. She would not want to see her picture here as well, but anyway, I did. This is Sothirad, my 4th girlfriend. It’s true that once you love someone, that love can never be replaced or forgotten.Her face curved in my heart. She was not my first-love but it seems like she was pretty important to my heart after all. She helped me to better, to forget my broken heart, she made me smile. Breakups are common and so unavoidable. I don’t know if I made a big mistake toward her or she made a big mistake to me. We never talked. Love can not be shared. Men are not that kind to share their love with other. Me too, I could not. Rad and I had been as a beautiful couple for only 3 months. That’s what it could last, perhaps. After all, what I need right now is a little bit of time. As I have heard that « time is a great healer », and it’s true.

Chocolate makes acne!!

Some teenagers are trying to cover their face by using masks.

As in the high-school, acne pops up on the face of virtually every teenager. Moi aussi,huh. As it’s an age of moment when kids are most self-conscious  about their appearance. We try to avoid eating something which make our face becomes a minefield of acne. We love chocolate. Chocolate makes our young love sweeter then honey. But chocolate causes acne. Hmm, we don’t know if it’s true or what; but we believe though. Since chocolate causes acne, what we give to our lover during valentine’s day? Hmm, flowers; perhaps?? Lucky me, good news for all of us: Eating chocolate does not cause pimples. Skin care experts agree that acne is not caused by any specific food, including grilled eggs,fried chic winds , prohet(ប្រហិត),.. But if it isn’t choco, nor the food I mentioned, what does cause acne? Or maybe it ‘s an individual allergie? I don’t know.

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Everland, a strange land

Everland is South Korea’s largest theme park. As I know, it was formed by Sumsung Company. Everland is not exactly located  in Seoul, but it’s a popular destination among Korean and foreign tourists like me. In this giant theme park, it includes safari world, and Caribbean bay. Most people think Everland is cheap which costs 37$ but hmm, perhaps if we compare with other large theme parks like this, it’s cheaper; yeah. I was there once. It was awesome. But I always ended up wasting time queuing up at most rides. Luckily, I was there very early. I heard at the week-end, it will take you about an hour and a half for the safari alone. Sometime, you don’t really remember the lunch time while you are busy riding those amazing rides, haha. I don’t really know what it looks like in the winter which the park covered by white snow, as you  know, I never see snow in my life. The thriller was bad, but extremely fun. It was bad because I vomited afterwards. I don’t know, but is the performance performed every evening or something? Is it always an extremely large amazing unforgettable performance with all the fireworks like that? Safari was super super interesting, but sad, I was not allowed to walk out of  the bus, otherwise I could have seen what the tigers and lions eat. The food, hmm, you don’t starve there with all kinds of food around the world, do you? By the way, my best meal in Korea was there as well. I could find many south-east Asian food a lot.

Shaving your body hair and it grows back thicker, and brushing your hair 100 times before going to bad makes it darker?

Not many Cambodian have a long body hair though. But if they do, they normally shave it. These days many ordinary guys remove their body hair, so the world can enjoy an unembarrassed view of their bodies and their gym-built muscles. As I’ve often heard, however, once you shave your body hair, it will grow back thicker, and perhaps even darker then it was originally. But if you want to have a thick black hair; try to brush your hair 100 times before going to bad will make it thicker and lustrous.

Shaving facial or body hair gives the hair a blunt tip. The tip might feel bad for a time as it grows out. During this time, the hair might be more noticeable and perhaps appear darker or thicker.

What about the claim that if you pull out one gray hair, two or more will grow in its place! This one makes more sense, no? Once you pull it out, it takes 6 months for a new one to fully grows. And after 6 months, tell me if you are not aging, otherwise you are 6 months older, and few new more gray hairs come more then you had on the day you were 6 months younger.

Brushing your hair is about the same. Brushing too many time can actually break our healthy hair. It can pull out your hair as well.

Totally, these are just rumors. You rather ask doctors or check the internet.

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Suicides committed during raining season and new year.

Doctors say stress, anxiety, and loneliness of the holidays drive many unhappy to suicide. It’s perhaps sometimes caused by heart-break, as I would say.  But what I do wonder the most is why people commit suicide during the raining season? And why also New Year which lasts only 3 days and occurs very long far from raining season?

 I would guess it’s just a tradition or curse.  The answer is based on my idea; it’s perhaps because it is a season when people tend to be more in touch with each other then at any other time of the year. And when he or she can’t really get out for holidays; then he or she look at the suicide term. Surprisingly, that rate seems to be lower then the suicide rate during raining season. Why would more people take their lives when the weather is ugly? Financial trouble is the leading cause for suicide among Cambodian men? Or perhaps it’s because they have lost money through gambling, or have fallen deeply into debt? Or perhaps it’s because of broken-heart? Attempted suicide is much more common among women-especially in the under-30 years. Most often, women blame relationship problems for their attempted suicide. Why it the highest suicide rate occurs in only this season? What I do believe is that during the raining season, water goes up highly which make people to commit suicide easy to be drown by jumping of from the bridge and can not be recued easily. What about other victims?

Tell me if you have anything to add; as I can’t really find the answer.

 ពីខ្ញុំ ទី ទិត្យ!

let’s see!!

Alors, let’s start with what I’ve seen in the last few years. I am a pretty young travelleur as I can say. I’ve made  little trips to south-Korea, north and central Thailand, Laos, south-Vietnam, and most provinces au Cambodge. I’d thought those pays would be very different; but globalisation has déjà started to convert the world. There are more and more vehicles, streets are bigger and bigger, cities are larger and larger..  At the same time, poor people try harder and harder for their living.  They can do anything. They try to create quelque chose to easy their lives. What I’ve been so interested is that various kinds of vehicles are used for many ways;it could be, for example, mobile house, like-track-train bike,..

Not yet finished!!

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« Savoir se documenter en lisant des livres est un peu démodé par rapport à internet »Expliquez.

Enfet, il y a beaucoup de manières qu’on peux se documenter. Surtout, la lecture est celui eux.  Se documentant en lisant des livres est super très bien pour améliorer la conaissance. Le system d’écriture a été inventé par la civilization antique, presque tout qui pourrait être écrit sur-pierre, l’argile, l’écorce, des feuilles(draps) métalliques – a été utilisée pour l’écriture. Après, les Égyptiens Antiques inventaient le papyrus pour se lecture. Tempts en tempts, on a créé le papier qui est, aujourd’hui, le livre. On l’a créé pour plus facile à le chercher. Dans notre jour, puisque l’internet a été, savoir se documenter en lisant des livres est un peu démodé par rapport à internet.

 D’abbord, les livres et d’autres médias imprimés prennent tas de la chambre et doivent être stockés soigneusement pour éviter deteriorization et des dangers d’incendie. Ils doivent aussi être disposés à un certain point.Puis, ils utilisent des ressources naturelles et l’énergie dans leur production Il est seulement juste d’offrir quelques avantages pour l’équilibre. En outré, lisant des livres vraiment offre l’évidence tangible que l’on a au moins considéré un travail donné ou un point de vue à un moment donné. On ne garantit pas bien sûr de médias imprimés pour être plus correct ou précis. De plus, on dois dépenser beaucoup de tempts à chercher le document.

 D’un autre côté, imaginez un endroit où les gens interagissent dans des situations d’affaires, le magasin, faites vraiment des recherches, ou étudiez et obtenez le tutorat. Imaginez maintenant qu’il n’y a aucun immeuble de bureaux, aucun centre commerciaux, aucune arcade, aucune bibliothèque et aucune école. Ces endroits tous existent dans un emplacement appelé Internet. Imaginez combien de livres qu’on dois lire et combien d’argent qu’on dois dépenser tous ça. L’internet est utilisé par plusieurs buts, pourtant est là trois raisons populaires. D’abord, il y a l’envoi et la réception de messages par le courrier électronique. Deuxièmement, il y a des groupes de discussion avec une vaste gamme de sujets dans lesquels les gens peuvent se joindre. Finalement, les gens sont gratuits de naviguer dans la collection énorme de ressources du World Wide Web.

 Si on vous propose à faire le recherche, et vous avez  2 choirs; écrite sur-pierre, l’argile, écrite dans le livre qui ont le même resource. Lequel choisissez-vous?

ពីខ្ញុំ ទី ទិត្យ!

« ចង្គៀងនិទានរឿងខ្មោច៉​​ »

រឿងនេះ, ខ្ញុំបានដកស្រង់ពីអត្ថបទ មួយផ្សេងទៀត ដែលខ្ញុំបានជួបប្រទះដោយចៃដន្ត។

[…] កំពុងអង្គុយនិយាយគ្នា ជាមួយបងខ្ញុំសុខៗ ស្រាប់តែសំឡេងទូរស័ព្ទរោទិ៍ឡើង ។ ខ្ញុំរត់ទៅទទួលទូរស័ព្ទ… ស្របពេលរត់ទៅជិតដល់កន្លែងដាក់បញ្ចូលថ្មទូរស័ព្ទហើយ ស្រាប់តែភ្លើងដាច់ងងឹតឈឹង ។ ខ្ញុំបើកភ្នែកធំៗ ព្រោះផ្ទៃបន្ទប់ទាំងមូលពោរពេញទៅដោយភាពខ្មៅងងឹត គឺមានតែភ្លើងទូរស័ព្ទ ដែលកំពុងរោទិ៍នៅឆ្ងាយពីដៃរបស់ខ្ញុំតែប៉ុណ្ណោះ ។ ក្រោយពីដឹងថាភ្លើងដាច់ ខ្ញុំមានអារម្មណ៍ថាទូរស័ព្ទរបស់ខ្ញុំ ដូចជាចម្លែកខុសពីថ្ងៃធម្មតា ។ វារោទិ៍រហូតអត់ដាច់សោះ…!

បន្ទាប់ពីគិតចប់ ខ្ញុំមានអារម្មណ៍ថា អ្វីដែលខ្ញុំខ្លាចនោះបាននឹងចូលមកដល់ហើយ … ម៉ែអើយម៉ែ! ព្រឺឆ្អឹងខ្នងណាស់ ម៉ែអើយ! បន្តិចក្រោយមក ពេលខ្ញុំដើរ ទៅ ដល់ កន្លែងបញ្ចូលថ្មទូរស័ព្ទនោះ ទូរស័ព្ទរបស់ខ្ញុំក៏ឈប់រោទិ៍ តែ ខ្ញុំ មិន បាន លើក វា មើល ទេ ព្រោះវាងងឹតចាក់ភ្នែកមិនធ្លុះ។ ខ្ញុំប្រុង នឹងដើរចេញ មក អង្គុយ និយាយ បន្ត ទៀត ស្រាប់តែសំឡេងទូរស័ព្ទរបស់ខ្ញុំ បានរោទិ៍ម្តងទៀត។ ពេលនេះហើយ ជា ពេល ដែល ធ្វើអោយខ្ញុំលោះព្រលឹងអស់រលីង ព្រោះសំឡេងទូរស័ព្ទរបស់ខ្ញុំ ឮយ៉ាង ចម្លែក ណាស់ គឺចំលែកខុសពីថ្ងៃធម្មតា… មិនដឹងថាមូលហេតុអី្វទេ? បទចម្រៀងដែល នៅ ក្នុង ទូរស័ព្ទរបស់ខ្ញុំបានដូរ… តែអ្វីដែលគួរអោយរន្ធត់នោះ គឺបទនៅក្នុងទូរស័ព្ទ របស់ខ្ញុំ នេះ ជាបទដង្ហែរខ្មោចទៅវិញ? ពេលនោះខ្ញុំសម្រេចចិត្តនឹងទទួលទូរស័ព្ទមកនិយាយ តែអ្វីដែលគួរអោយព្រឺទៅទៀតនោះ គឺមានដៃមួយចាប់ដៃរបស់ខ្ញុំជាប់។

ខ្ញុំខំប្រឹងយ៉ាងណា ក៏មិនអាចដកដៃចេញ ពីដៃដ៏សែនចម្លែកនោះបានដែរ ។ តែខ្ញុំឆ្ងល់ណាស់! គឺឆ្ងល់ត្រង់ថា បើវាជាដៃរបស់បងស្រីរបស់ខ្ញុំ ហេតុអីបានជាមិនឃើញខ្លួនរបស់គាត់ ម៉េចក៏ឃើញតែដៃទទេបែបនេះ ?

គិតមកដល់ត្រឹមនេះ ស្រាប់តែខ្ញុំមានអារម្មណ៍ថាមិនស្រួលទេ…. ខ្ញុំខំស្រែកអោយបងខ្ញុំ ជួយ តែ គាត់បែរជាខ្លាចជាងខ្ញុំទៅទៀត! ដោយធ្វើយ៉ាងណា ក៏មិនអាចដកដៃរបស់ខ្ញុំ ចេញពីដៃនេះបាន ខ្ញុំបានសំរេចចិត្តសួរទៅថា៖

«តើអ្នកចង់បានអ្វីពីខ្ញុំ? ហើយមានការអី ម្តេចមិនឆាប់និយាយមក?»

«ទេ! ខ្ញុំមិនចង់បានអ្វីពីឯងទេ! តែខ្ញុំមកនេះ គឺចង់អោយឯងជួយ យកសាកសព របស់ ខ្ញុំ ចេញ ពីផ្នូរ ហើយយកមកសំអាតឲ្យផង ព្រោះវាកខ្វក់ណាស់…»

ក្រោយពីបានឮដូច្នេះ ខ្ញុំក៏ដួលសន្លប់លែងដឹងខ្លួន តាំងពីពេលនោះទៅ។…

ពេលខ្ញុំដឹងខ្លួនឡើង វិញ ខ្ញុំមានការភ្ញាក់ផ្អើលយ៉ាងខ្លាំង ព្រោះខ្ញុំឃើញ ឪពុកម្តាយនិងសាច់ញាតិរបស់ខ្ញុំ នាំគ្នាមកអង្គុយទ្រហោយំគ្រប់ៗគ្នា។

« ហេតុអីបានជាអ្នកទាំងអស់គ្នា នាំគ្នាយំយ៉ាងនេះ? នរណាគេកើតអីមែនទេម៉ាក់?» ខ្ញុំសួរទៅម្តាយដោយងឿងឆ្ងល់។

«កូនឯងហ្នឹងហើយ! ប៉ាម៉ាក់ស្មានថា កូនទៅចោលប៉ាម៉ាក់ហើយតើ!… ដឹងទេថាកូនសន្លប់ពីរយប់ពីរថ្ងៃហើយ !?»

«ពីរយប់ពីរថ្ងៃ ?!!!…» ខ្ញុំឧទាន ដោយភ្ញាក់ផ្អើល ហើយនឹកភ្នកទៅដល់រឿង ដែល បានកើតឡើងពីរថ្ងៃមុន។

«ទេ! កូនអត់អីទេ! កុំព្រួយអី…» ខ្ញុំ និយាយកម្លាចិត្ត ហើយឱនទៅឱបម្តាយ ដើម្បីបំបាត់ភាពភ័យខ្លាច ដែលកំពុងដិតជាប់នៅក្នុងអារម្មណ៍នៅឡើយ។ អ្នកម៉ាក់យកដៃអង្អែលសក់ខ្ញុំថ្នមៗ ដោយក្តីស្រឡាញ់ និងហួងហែង។ ខ្ញុំដកដង្ហើមធំ នឹងរឿងដែលបានជួបប្រទះ នៅយប់នោះ ហើយបន្តិចក្រោយមក ខ្ញុំក្រឡេកទៅមើលរូបថតធំមួយរបស់ខ្ញុំ ដែលព្យួរនៅលើជញ្ជាំងក្បែរនោះ។ រំពេចនោះស្រាប់តែលេចចេញរូបភាព ខ្មោចនោះបក់ដៃឲ្យខ្ញុំទៅជាមួយគេ ! ពេលនោះខ្ញុំស្រែកឡើងយ៉ាងខ្លាំង! រហូតតាំងសតិលែងបាន។

« ទេ! ទេ!… ចេញទៅ !… ចេញទៅ !… ម៉ាក់ជួយកូនផង !… ម៉ាក់! គេមកយកកូនទៅហើយ!!!»
ដោយដឹងថាអារម្មណ៍របស់ខ្ញុំ នៅរវើរវាយនៅឡើយ អ្នកម៉ាក់បានឲ្យបងប្អូនខ្ញុំ ដេក កំដរ ខ្ញុំ មួយយប់ទល់ភ្លឺ ដោយខ្លាចរឿងនោះកើតមកលើខ្ញុំម្តងទៀត។

ប៉ុន្មានថ្ងៃ ក្រោយមក ខ្ញុំមានអារម្មណ៍ថា គ្រាន់បើជាងមុន ដោយបាន ដើរកំសាន្ត ខ្លះៗ នៅតាម សួនច្បារ។ តែខ្ញុំនៅតែមានការភ័យខ្លាច ព្រោះទូរស័ព្ទនៅក្នុងហោប៉ៅរបស់ខ្ញុំ មិនដឹងថា វានឹងរោទិ៍ឡើងពេលណាទៀតទេ? នេះជាលើកទីមួយរបស់ខ្ញុំហើយ ដែលបានជួបប្រទះនឹងរឿង ដ៏គួរអោយភ័យខ្លាចបំផុត៕

និពន្ធដោយ៖ សួន សោភា(ស្រីភា)
កែសម្រួលដោយ៖ អាចម៍ផ្កាយ

« Pourquoi je choisisse la langue française comme l’étude étrangère? »

J’ai commencé à étudier le français à 17 ans à l’Université Royal de Phnom Penh. A ce moment, j’étais absolutement heureux d’avoir réussi l’examen d’entrée là ba. Tout le monde m’a posé pourquoi j’apprend le français quand le français n’est plus utilisé et l’anglais et le chinois couvertent le monde!

Quelqu’un m’a dit « apprendre une langue étrangère, c’est comme on fait un voyage dans un autre pays « .  Et c’est vrai. J’apprend  la langue étrangère parce que  je voulais comprendre la culture et certainement la langue qui est une clé de la culture et les specials.. Les raisons que j’apprend le français sont:

Alors, c’est vrai que le français, si on compare avec l’anglais et chinois, est moins utilisé au Cambodge, mais elle est une langue internationalle qui est parlé environement 400 millions personnes du monde. On peux voir que le français a un rôle international important avec l’économique et la politique. Au Cambodge, c’est neccesaire d’apprendre le français quand on veux apprendre la politique et la science de la santé. Moi, j’apprendrai la phamarcie l’année prochaine. Si je ne commence pas à apprendre le français maintenant, c’est peut-etre trop tard ou je, peut-etre, ne comprend pas les document qui sont tout en français. C’est peut-etre un pouvoir d’aller une longueur avance.

Autrement, je suis tombée amoureuse de la vie, les gentes, de la culture, du cinéma et de la littérature françaises. J’aime bien l’idée de découvrir un autre pays et sa culture. Quand j’apprend le français est comme je suis en France, fais un petit voyage en France.

Parfois, je me demande si ma vie aurait été très différente si je n’avais pas appris le français.

Par ailleurs, moi, je voudrais continuer mes etudes en France. Je pense que le système d’étude médicale en France est une les meilleux du monde.

En plus, je me rêve d’aller en France. Je veux voir le tour eifel, le mont blanc.

Surtout, le français nous permet

  • le francais est la langue de la poesie, de la litterature, de la romance.
  • le francais est similaire a d’autre langues tel que l’espagnol, facilitant ainsi l’apprentissage de ces dernieres.
  • le francais permet d’apprendre d’avantage sur une autre culture, en lisant les ecrits dans leur langues d’origines (et il n’y a pas que la France! plusieurs pays europeens, africains et le Canada, plus precisement Quebec).
  • la langue francaise a un vocabulaire riche, permettant de s’exprimer d’un maniere banale ou encore d’une facon poetique.
  • Plus on parle de langue, plus on est interessent pour les employeurs.

Enfin, l’avantage d’avoir une langue française, c’est peut-être de pouvoir d’aller une longueur d’avance les autres. Si vous voulez savoir une culture du monde, le français est un clé.


Greeting from Phnom Penh, Ti Tit.


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