Khmer English Phonetic សំណាង : អួយ! សប្បាយចិត្តដល់ហើយ ពេលបានមកលេងសមុទ្រម្តងៗ! Samnang : Oy! Sabay chet dol hery pel ban mok leng sa-mut mdong-mdong! Samnang : Oh! Everytime when I get here, I am so happy!!! សុវណ្ណារី : ធ្វើមើលតែមួយលោកហ្នឹង មានតែឯង ។ ខ្ញុំក៏សប្បាយចិត្តដែរ ។ Sovannary : Tver merl tae mouy lok neg mean tae eng. K’nhom kor sabay chet del. Sovannary : Don’t pretend like there only you in this whole world. I’m also excited! ឈឿ : មែនហើយ ទេសភាពនៅទីនេះស្រស់ស្អាតមែនទែន ! Chhoeu : Men hery tesapheap nov ti nis sros sart men ten! Chhoeu : Yeb, The scenery here is very beautiful! សំណាង : តែមានអារម្មណ៍ថា ដូចខុសប្លែកពីមុនយ៉ាងម៉េចទេ? Samnang : Tae mean arom tha duch kos pleak pi mun yang mech te. Samnang : But, I kinda feel different than before? សុវណ្ណារី : ប្លែកមែនតើ! ស្លាប់ហើយ មានសំរាមអណ្តែតលើទឹកទៀត ។ Sovannary : Pleak men toa! Slab hery mean somram ondet ler tak tet. Sovannary : Right! What! There are so many rubbishes floating on the surface of the water. ឈឿ : មិនមែនតែប៉ុណ្្ណឹងនោះទេ សូម្បីតែផ្កាថ្មក៏បាក់ ហើយអណ្តែតមកច្រាំងដែរ ។ Chhoeu : Min mean tae ponneng te sombey tae pkar thmor kor bak hery ondet mok jhreg dae. Chhoeu : Not only that, even corals are also get destroy and float to the shore. សុវណ្ណារី : ស្អីគេទៅហៅថាផ្កាថ្ម ? ខ្ញុំមិនដែលឮសោះ ! ហើយរាងវាមេ៉ចទៅ ? Sovannary : S’ey ke tov hov tha pkar thmor? Khnom min dae ler sos! Hery reg vea mech tov? Sovannary : What is coral? I never heard of it! What does it looks like? ឈឿ : វាមានរាងខុសៗគ្នា ខ្លះបែកមែកសាខាដូចដើមឈើ ខ្លះក្រញាញ់ដូចខួរក្បាល មនុស្ស ខ្លះមានរាងដូចជាបណ្តុំផ្កា ហើយខ្លះមានរាងដូចស្លឹកឈូក ។ សុវណ្ណារីមានដឹង អត់ថាផ្កាថ្មប្រភេទនេះ មានតួនាទីសំខាន់ណាស់ក្នុងការជួយចម្រុះទឹកសមុទ្រឲ្យស្អាត ? Chhoeu : Vea mean reg kos kos knea, klas bek mek sa-kha duch dem chheu, klas kro nheanh duch khu-kbar monus, klas mean reg duch chea bom-dom pkar hery klas mean reg duch sleak chuk. Sovannary mean deg ort tha pkar thmor pro-hel nis mean tur nea-ti somkhan nas knong ka jouy jom-ross tak samut oy sart. Chhoeu : It’s come in so many different shapes, some are like the tree branches, some are like human brain, and some are like flowers. Sovannary, do you know that corals are very important for water filter? សំណាង: ពួកយើងមានដឹងថា ផ្កាថ្មរងផលប៉ះពាល់អ្វីខ្លះដែរអត់ ? Samnang : Puk yerng mean deng tha pkar thmor rong phal phas por avey klas dae ort? Samnang : Do you know any effects on coral? សុវណ្ណារី : ស្រួលណាស់! មកពីមនុស្សយើងឃើញថាវាស្អាត ទើបកាច់វាមកសៀតនៅនឹង សក់ ។ Sovananry : Sroul nas! Mok pi mnous yerng khernh tha va sa art terb kach vea mok siet nov ning sok. Sovanarry : That’s easy! Because our human think that it’s pretty while taking taking it to decorate our hair. សំណាង : ចម្លើយល្អមែនតែមិនត្រឹមត្រូវទេ ! Samnang : Chom lery laor men tae min trem trov te! Samnang: Good answer but that’s incorrect! ឈឿ : ហិ ! ហិ ! ហិ ! ហិ ! ផ្កាថ្ម ទទួលផលប៉ះពាល់មកពីព្យុះធម្មជាតិ ! Chhoeu : he he he he! P’kah thmor t’tuol phal pas peal mok pi p’youh thoma cheate! Chhoeu : He he heh he! Coral get the effects from natural disaster. សំណាង : ក្រៅពីព្យុះធម្មជាតិ វាក៏បណ្តាលមកពីការនេសាទខុសច្បាប់ ដែលមានដូចជា អូសអួនធំៗ ហើយពេលអូសម្តងៗ ធ្វើអោយស្រទាប់នៅបាតសមុទ្រត្រូវបានបំផ្លិត បំផ្លាញ ការបោកគ្រាប់បែក ការដាក់ថ្នាំពុល កត្តានេះហើយ គឺជាហានិភ័យដ៏ធំមួយ ដែលគួរអោយភ័យខ្លាច ។ Samnang : Krav pi p’youh toma cheate vea kor bun dal mok pi kah nesart khous j’bab del mean doch jea ous ourn thom thom hery pel ous m’dong m’dong tver oy srotorb nov bat samut trov ban bomplech bomplanh kah bouk kroub baek, kah dak thnam pol, k’tah nis hery kur jea hah niphey dor thom mouy del kur oy phey klach Samnang : In additions to the natural storms, it’s also caused by illegal fishing, such as large drag, when dragged, the substrate layer get destroyed. Bombing and poisoning, all of this risks are very scary. សុវណ្ណារី : ហានិភ័យ !? ផ្កាថ្មធម្មតាហ្នឹង? បាត់វាមួយ ក៏នៅសល់អាផ្សេងទៀតដែរ ចាំបាច់បារម្មណ៍អី ។ Sovannary : Hah niphey? Pkah tomada ning? Bat vea mouy kor nov sol ah p’seng teat del jam bech barom ey. Sovannary : Risk? Just a coral, lose it one, there is the rest of the other, no need to worry. សំណាង : ផ្កាថ្មទាំងនេះ មានសារ:សំខាន់ណាស់ ! Samnang : Pkah thmor tang os nis mean sarak somkhan nas! Samnang : All of this corals are so important. សុវណ្ណារី : ខ្ញុំដឹងហើយ គឺវាជួយចម្រុះទឹកអោយស្អាត ។ Sovannary : K’nhom ding hery kir vea jouy jom ros tik oy sa art. Sovannary : I know! It helps to filter the water. ឈឿ : បាទ ! ក្រៅពីចម្រុះទឹក វាក៏ជាជម្រករបស់សត្វដ៏ទៃ ដូចជាពពួកត្រីត្លុក អន្ទង់ ត្រីខ្យាដំរី ខ្ញែ សមុទ្រ ផ្កាយសមុទ្រ ហើយវាក៏ជាអាហារសំរាប់សត្វដ៏ទៃផងដែរ ។ Chheou : Bart! Krav pi jom ros tik vea kor jea jom rok robos saat dor tei doch jea p’pok trey tlok on-tong trey kh’yah domrey khnhae sakmut pkye sakmut hery vea kor jea ah hah somrab saat dor tei teat pong. Chheou: Yes! Beside filtering the water, it’s also a habitats for other marine lives, such as comic fish, eels, scorpion fish, jellyfish, starfish, and also provide food to the other animals. សំណាង : មើលទៅផ្កាថ្មទាំងនេះ លូតលាស់លឿនជាងខ្ញុំទៀតណ៎ ! Samnang : Merl tov pka thmor teang os nis lout leus leun cheang khnom teat nor! Samnang : Look at all of this corals, it grows way faster than me. ឈឿ : មិនមែនទេ ! ផ្កាថ្មទាំងនេះ លូតលាស់យឺតណាស់ ។ ក្នុងមួយឆ្នាំ វាអាចលូត បាន៣សង់ទីមែ៉ត្រ ទៅ៥សង់ទីមែត្រតែប៉ុណ្ណោះ ។ Chhoeu: min man te! Pka thmor teang nis lout leus yuet nas. Knong mouy cham vea kout ban bei song ti met tov pram song ti maet tae bon-nos. Chheou : No! All of this coral reefs grow really slow. In one year, it's can grow up only for 3 centimeters or 5 centimeters. សុុវណ្ណារី : អីញ្ចឹង! វាត្រូវការរាប់រយឆ្នាំដើម្បីក្លាយជាផ្កាថ្មដែលធំមួយត្រូវអត់ ? Sovannary : Anh jing! Vea trov kar roub roy chnam dermbey klaay jea pkah thmor del thom mouy del trov ot? Sovannary : So, it needs hundred of years to form into a big coral reefs right? ឈឿ : ឆ្លាតមែន ! Chheou : Chlat men! Chheou : So smart! សំណាង : បើឆ្លាតអីញ្ចឹងខ្ញុំសួរមួយ! តើយើងគួរតែធ្វើយ៉ាងម៉េច ដើម្បីកុំអោយបាត់ បង់ផ្កាថ្មនូវថ្ងៃមុខ ? Samnang : ber chalt anh jing khnhom sur mouy! Ter yerng kur tver yang mech dermbey kom oy bat bong pkah thmor nov thngai muk? Samnang : If you’re that smart! Let me me ask you one question, what can we all do to prevent from losing the coral reefs. សុុវណ្ណារី : ខ្ញុំគិតថា យើងគួរតែរួមគ្នាអភិរក្សផ្កាថ្ម ក៏ដូចជាជីវ:ចម្រុះដ៏ទៃទៀតដែរ ។ ពួកយើងត្រូវតែបញ្ឈប់រាល់សកម្មភាពខុសច្បាប់គ្រប់ប្រភេទ ឈប់ចោលសំរាមផ្តេសផ្តាស់ ហើយនាំគ្នាចាប់ផ្តើមសំអាតសមុទ្រចាប់ពីថ្ញៃនេះទៅ និងចូលរួមផ្សព្វផ្សាយពីវា ។ Sovannary : Knhom kit tha yerng kur tae rum knea ak phy rak pkah thmor kor doch jea jivak chom ros dor tei del. Sovannary : I think we all should jointly conserve coral, as well as other biodiversity. ឈឿ : ឆ្លើយបានល្អណាស់ ! Chhoeu : Chhlaey ban laor nas! Chhoeu : Good answer! សុុវណ្ណារី : ចុះបើយើងមានផ្កាថ្មដែលមានសុខភាពល្អហើយ ! តើវានឹងមានផលប្រយោ ជន៍អ្វីខ្លះដល់ប្រទេសជាតិយើងក៏ដូចជាយើងផ្ទាល់ Sovannary : Jos ber yerng mean pkar tmor del mean sok-pheap laor hery! Tao vea ning mean phul bro-yoch avey klas dol protis chet yerng kor duch chea yerng ptol. Sovannary : What are the affects from the healthy coral to Cambodia? សំណាង : ផលប្រយោជន៍នោះគឺ យើងនឹងមានសមុទ្រមួយដែលពោរពេញទៅដោយភាព ស្អាតស្រស់ថ្លា ។ Samnang : phul bro-yoch nos ker yerng nig mean samut mouy del pol peng tov doy pheap sart sros thla. Samnang : As a result the effect would turn out into a beautiful ocean. ឈឿ : កំណើនភ្ញៀវទេសចរណ៍នឹងកើនឡើង ! ហើយសេដ្ឋកិច្ចយើងក៏រីកចម្រើនទៅ តាមកំណើនភ្ញៀវទេសចរណ៍ អាហារសមុទ្រដែលយើងបានលក់ និងផលិតផលផ្សែងៗ ។ Chhoeu : Kom-nern phnhiev tesajor neng kern lerng! Hery sech-tha-kech yerng kor rik jom-rean tov tam kom-nern phnhiev tesajor ah-ha samut del yerng ban luk nig polit phul pheng-pheng. Chhoeu : The tourism growth will increase! Our economy will also develop based on the tourists, seafood and other local products. សំណាង : អ្នកនេសាទក៏អាចរកលុយពីភ្ញៀវទេសចរណ៍បានដែរ ។ Samnang : Nak nesat kor ach rok luy pi phnhiev tesajor ban del. Samnang : The fishermen financials also can come from the tourists. សុុវណ្ណារី : នាទីនេះ ឧបត្ថម្ហដោយ អង្គការសត្វព្រៃ និងរុក្ខជាតិអន្តរជាតិ FFI ប្រចាំ នៅកម្ពុជា សហការជាមួយ ក្រសួងកសិកម្ម រុក្ខាប្រមាញ់ និងនេសាទ ក្នុងការការពារ ប្រភេទសត្វ ឬរុក្ខជាតិ ដែលទទួលរងការគំរាមកំហែង ព្រមទាំងជួយលើកស្ទួយនៅ វិស័យសេដ្ឋកិច្ច ។ Sovananry : Near-ti nis obpatom doy angkar sat-prei nig rukka chet ontrak chet FFI brojam nov Kampuchea sahakar chea mouy krosuog kaksekam rokha bromag nig nesat knong kar kar- phea bro phet sat reu rukha chet del tortul rong kar kom ream kom haeng prom teang juy leuk stuoy nov visey sech-tha-kech. Sovannary : This episode was funded by Fauna and Flora Cambodia, partnered with the Ministry of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries in order to protect all plants and animals species that are endangered as well as helping the growth of the country’s economy. សំណាង : ចូលរួមរាយការណ៍រាល់សកម្មភាពនេសាទខុសច្បាប់ ដែលអ្នកបានឃើញ តាមរយ:លេខទូរស័ព្ទ 0១២ ៩០៨ ១២១ ។ Samnang : Jol rum rey kar rol sakam-pheap nesat kus chbab del nak ban rok kheunh tam royak lek tour-sap 012 908 121. Samnang : Inform us with any illegal fishing that you seen by 012 908 121. សុុវណ្ណារី : អភិរក្សសត្វសមុទ្រ Sovannary : ak phy rak sat samut Sovannary : Conserve our marine animals សំណាង : ដើម្បីភាពស្រស់ថ្លា Samnang : Dermbey pheap sros thlar Samnang : For refreshness ឈឿ : ជាអនាគតនៃសេដ្ឋកិច្ច Chhoeu : Chea ah na kot nei sech-tha-kech. Chhoeu : And for the future of the economy growth.
Time flies fast, new experiences, new people…. Right now I’m currently studying in high school. High school life is difficult. During this 2016-2017 I guessed I have change Cambodian more than last year. I learned new thing and experience new things such as working with people in the community. Sharing my knowledge with the community and children are very fun.
What is an amazing experience? Working with all my creative, genius and friendly members of Preventative Health Exploration. This was a totally new experience for me. I think this exploration was so different from the other ones I’ve been in because this exploration was when I could show my knowledge in class, and at the same time, I could try a lot of new things such as snorkeling and scuba diving. In addition, I enjoyed teaching the students about preventative health. At that time, I could see a big difference of presenting to the Juniors and to the students at the community on Koh Rong island. Also, learning about health is very helpful and I like doing it. I really enjoy sharing my knowledge with other young Cambodian students that don’t have the opportunity to us. Working and playing with those kids brought me joy. I respectfully believe that they will pass out the information and knowledge that my team members taught to others, especially their family and neighborhood. It wasn’t just about having fun but also I got to talk with them about the problems they currently face in their daily life and helped shared ideas in order to bring solutions to them.
One of the best experiences in this exploration was exploring coral reefs, seagrass, many biodiversity and other ecosystems. Marine life is one of the major ecosystems on earth and I think everyone deserved to understand about it more. Understanding marine biodiversity is very important for a number of reasons. The importance of marine biodiversity falls into a few categories such as Adaptation, food, habitat, and climate. Adaptation is biodiversity allows the environment to adapt to changing conditions, as has been the case since life was created. Food is a very important commodity that can be provided by our oceans including fishes, invertebrates, and algae. Very few of the world’s fish are utilized commercially and thus, the oceans are a source for unutilized resources. The marine environment supplies many kinds of habitats that support marine life. Marine life depends in some way on the saltwater that is in the sea. A habitat is an ecological or environmental area inhabited by one or more living species.
My third rounds exploration was Game Design. Game design is an exploration that invented the Climate Change board game. The ideas of this board game are to help students in Cambodia to understand more about climate by learning the impact of climate change and implement solutions to it. In the game, we will move to the future which is the year 2500 and the world are faced with a huge problem. That problem is climate change. Climate change causes natural disaster such as tsunamis, droughts, and floods that will cause sickness to a lot of people on in the world, face with starvation and homelessness. You and your other three friends will have to travel back to in time to change history and save our future. You have to study hard, value your education, and build solutions in each province in Cambodia to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, rescue our country and the world from natural disaster caused by climate change. Not just focusing on building the game our exploration also learning in-depth into climate change that our world currently faces. I loved working with the government school students by teaching them about the game and sharing information about climate change also. As what my teammates and I observed while working with the students, none of them knew anything about climate change. So, by playing through this game it helps them to understand deeply about it. I love seeing the students are having fun while playing the game. Even though I can’t share my knowledge to all the government school students but I’m proud of making a small change in Cambodia.
The exploration module follows the waste explorations of the previous two rounds, where the students have already determined the lines of business and started to experiment with the concepts relating to these businesses. The focus of the exploration to develop the compost creating the side of the business. We will not only continue our experiments with composting but will also see how possible it is to get community buy-in, by attempting a small-scale operation of the business with households in Phum Champous-Kaek, particularly asking households and businesses to separate their organic waste for us. The final goal of the exploration will be to further refine a previously-started business plan that can be used as a solution for areas of Cambodia that have a lack of sufficient garbage collection.
What will students be able to do/write/create/build?
Create an effective and more complete business plan
Learn the various purposes of a business plan
Plan and conduct community outreach
Conduct experiments with compost that can be used to vet business concepts
Develop business plans and objectives
Conduct experiments on compost yield
Trip to Battambang
People start doing photography (versus taking snaps or selfies) for many reasons. It might be a major life event coming up – new baby, wedding, special birthday – or that overseas trip saved up for over many years. It might be that the capabilities of your phone frustrate you enough to want to get real about photography. However it happens, suddenly you find yourself with an empty bank account and some form of camera gear that you now need to figure out how and where and maybe even, why to use it.
- Recording events and capturing memories
- Have fun
- Learning is good for the brain
- Health and fitness
- Meet new people
- Join a photographic community
- Develop a personal style
- It’s all about the light
So much fun can be had with a camera. You could be out with the family at the beach or a picnic, local sports games, randomly roaming your city streets photographing strangers without them noticing, stalking wildlife, hiking up a mountain for a stunning view, or standing under the stars at 2 a.m. watching the Milky Way slowly move across the heavens. So many opportunities to do new, interesting, and fun things with your camera that you likely may not have otherwise done.
All sorts of things become interesting when they can provide you with material for photographic adventures. Cultural festivals, parades, sports events, a wander along the beach, exploring parts of your city previously undiscovered, architectural details on buildings, intricate details of flowers, people watching, difficulties of photographing wildlife, meeting people who have different interests and hobbies – just for a few ideas. Most people are willing to share their passion with you if you take some time to talk to them. There are endless opportunities for photographic inspiration – even the contents of your fridge or pantry can be fascinating when viewed through a macro lens. All you need to do is make an effort to look.
One of the most anticipated events of the year, ISPP’s International Day is a wonderful celebration of the different nationalities and cultures that constitute the ISPP school community. Parents, students, teachers and staff all come together to share and learn about each other’s cultures. Country booths, the Parade of Nations, a number of scheduled performances, food stalls, organized games, and a lucky draw are some of the main highlights. I’ve joined the event with others Liger students and discover more about each country.
Once a year, Liger held an event call Olympic day. The Olympic day is a day when every Liger student and staff doing the different activity that was already set up. There are four teams, each team has to come up a flag design and a name. Those team will compete in each different activity to earn points as much as possible. At the end of the day, there will be the announcement of the winner and give out the trophy.
I was joined in with the juniors and other senior students in the beach clean-up event that were created by our Liger students. Beach clean up event happen in many countries once a year. We were the first beach clean up team in Cambodia. We were divided into the different team, which each team includes two juniors and two senior. All materials such as wastes bag and survey paper were handed into each team, We left school on the early morning of Saturday and head to down to Kep province. With the arrival of volunteers from Koh Seh island joining with our team, we started to collect wastes on the shore. each type of waste was surveyed into different categories of waste. I felt really satisfied spending my day helping to clean up a part Cambodia. My favorite part of the trip was the collaboration from the kids in the community started to help collect the wastes. This shows that to make a change is hard, but most importantly take step little by little and be a role model. Change people perspectives and start sending inspirations to the little one
I go to unusual school. My school is named Liger Learning Center (LLC). At Liger, we have 50 students and there are 25 boys and 25 girls. We have essential like classes math, literacy, Khmer and stem. We also have explorations. My current exploration is called “Hidden Voices”. In our exploration, we wanted to preserve Khmer old songs to share with the next generation. To do that we went on a field trip to interview people. We collected all the information and made a podcast. We have six Core Values at Liger they are integrity, optimism, determination, appreciation, stewardship, and ingenuity. We have four houses for the student. Each house has its own house mom that takes care of us. We have our own independence discovery that what we study what we want to learn .We also have expertise that we learn after lunch. After school, we have after school extension for example guitar, football, and robotics. I go to this unusual school because it amazing and wonderful.