Archive For The “City Life” Category
“Every day my life is still the same either happy or sad. I am an automobile mechanic with one eye but I still continue my journey to the future I won’t stop what I do and I will be positive on everything that has suffered me”
“As a single mother who was in Svay Rieng for a wedding and heard that my house is fired, I was worried about nothing else but my 18 years old daughter. Every properties that have was burned, but at least we are all save.”
I was chatting with the neighbors near my house, leaving my sister with a cripple at the house. Suddenly, I saw a huge smoke up in the air, assuming that the community got burned. I rushed as fast as I can to save my sister’s life. That’s my first priority seeing her safe.
“People die is natural. No one can live forever. My grandpa die is the saddest moment I ever had”
“I wish time travel is possible. I work hard all day to help the family and take care of mom and dad but when we have enough money to efford the thing we need, they pass away”.
“My mom is a strong woman, even though she faces million of problems. My dad always violence and argue with my mom, but my mom never leaves me she always stay with me and encourage me to be strong.”
“I am an accountant, but I’m still studying. I work in the morning and learn in the afternoon. Life is hard you know, but I have to persist for my better future. I wish I could meet my family in Prey Veng more often because that’s what makes me happy.”
“I’ve never known the word happy in my whole life, because of the struggles that I meet everyday. The main struggle is that I work hard to find my money for my children’s education, but they don’t want to study.”
“ I used to think that Cambodia is a poor country and Cambodia is not well secured, but after working as a volunteer for an NGO from 2016 – 2017, Cambodia has caught my heart. I love to run along the riverside, I enjoy eating Khmer food and I also enjoy Khmer new year.
“ I was born in Takeo but I moved to Phnom Penh instead to find jobs to do, but still I can’t find that much money to help my family. At night I sleep on the Tuk Tuk like other Tuk Tuk drivers do because I can’t afford to rent a house.”