When in peace, people create war; when in war, people seek for peace. And when not in war people still cannot find peace. So what is the real meaning of peace? Peace has been defined variously, but the question is that does the absence of war really show that the world is in peace? Continue reading
The Mekong region consists of six countries such as Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar, and China (Yunnan) which is located along the Mekong river, one of the largest rivers in the world which is approximately 4200 km, and contains abundant natural resources and great biodiversity. Not only sharing the border with one another, Continue reading
Several blogs has already been written about this kind of topic – alcohol in Cambodian society and how it impacts, but still I decided to bring it up once again since I’ve already made up my mind, and also the situation is becoming more serious today.
“Be a man!”, “Drink a little!”, “Why did you come here if not to drink?” Sound familiar? These phrases are used by drinkers to persuade people to drink. But this little brings to more. “Alcohol is like love. The first kiss is magic, the second is intimate, the third is routine. After that you take the girl’s clothes off,” said Raymond Chandler, an American novelist. Continue reading