Category Archives: Individual Opinions

A message to President Xi Jinping

By Oum Sothea Dear H.E. President, I am truly touched by your candid and warmth message to Cambodian people: “China and Cambodia: Good Neighbors and Trusted Friends”. Even though I am away from Cambodia to make a humble living overseas, … Continue reading

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Kem Ley’s Death: A Wake Up Call for Democratic Reforms

Kem Ley’s procession (photo courtesy of The Cambodia Daily) By Vong Socheata To my leaders and fellow citizens: I feel humbled and proud to be one of over a million citizens to have attended Mr. Kem Ley’s historic funeral procession … Continue reading

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Now’s the time to invest in reservoirs

Fri, 29 April 2016 Reader’s Letter Editor, In the face of severe droughts, I think Cambodia should invest more in building reservoirs and digging ponds to store the annual flood water. The major costs are oil and excavators. Oil prices … Continue reading

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Zero-tolerance exam policy is right approach

By You Sokunpanha This opinion article was published on the Phnom Penh Post on August 13, 2014. Dear Editor, This year’s grade 12 exams concluded with minimal cheating and corruption, according to preliminary reports. This is in contrast to recent … Continue reading

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Cheating: bad for the students and the nation

By Vong Socheata This opinion article was published on the Phnom Penh Post on August 13, 2014. A Khmer version was published on the Post Khmer on August 11, 2014. Dear Editor, I have been following stories on the yearly 12th-grade … Continue reading

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