Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Tea Ron Na Kam Duong Jet by Nop Bayarith

My favorite song in year 2000

Objective-C vs PhoneGap

This is the answers for whom would like to build mobile application whether which one is better than  between Native Object-C and PhoneGap (web app combiner or wrapper)?

There are multiple ways of developing iOS applications. I like to program in Objective-C to make my iOS apps.
But you can do most of the things using jQTouch, jQMobile, PhoneGap etc.

When is it suitable or appropriate to use the native platform?

There are 6 answer for your consideration

Answer 1:
  1. PhoneGap is essentially a wrapper, so it will always lag behind the latest features, in addition to possibly having bugs in some edge cases.
  2. Not all platform features are going to be available in PhoneGap, so you'll need to know what is not supported before you decide to use it.
  3. Most hardware acceleration features will never be fully available, so if you want to make an advanced game with high end graphics, it's not going to work well.
  4. The maintenance required to do custom modules that are not available out of the box may actually take more time than developing native.
  5. Do you really need to run on more than 2 mobile OSes? Writing for iOS and Android will give you a fairly large market coverage, so you may be better off going native.
PhoneGap is designed for more simple web apps, data driven apps, and social apps that require connectivity to work. You may end up rewriting the app in it native language if your apps becomes popular and you need to support more features, but if you can launch an idea quickly on multiple devices, then you have a competitive advantage in the market.
Answer 2:

If you have a need to develop an app for multiple mobile platforms, quickly, with a minimum effort (i.e. implement once), use PhoneGap or similar. These frameworks provide a "lowest common denominator" type of environment, so you lose access, often, to capabilities of the native platform.
On the other hand, if you are developing an app only for iOS, then by all means, develop it in Objective-C as a native app. You then have at your disposal the complete SDK and capabilities of the platform! This is, of course, Apple's recommendation as a best practice for developing iOS apps!
In my own experience, I had a conversation with my CTO before I joined my company about whether we should develop native apps for our platform or use PhoneGap. We agreed that developing native apps was the way to go because we could take advantage of each platform's specific capabilities. Beyond that, a native app would provide a better user experience on the platform, because it would behave more like other native apps the user might be familiar with. Think about that last idea. Think of all your apps you enjoy. As a developer, you can probably tell -- and quickly -- which ones are native and which ones are not, just by using them. Which do you think provide a better user experience? Something to think about. :-)
In the end, it's up to you. You said you like Objective-C programming. So, go for it and go native! On the other hand, if you have multi-platform aspirations, and you are familiar with PhoneGap (or others) or want to learn about them, then go for it! :-)
Answer 3:
From my experience all of the JavaScript applications have been slower than apps written in the native platform. Not because of the phone or JavaScript, but because of the rendering of the DOM elements.

Answer 4:
Large data storage for cross mobile compatibility will be a problem with phonegap. If you need the app to store at least 10 mb worth of data (media files, documents, etc...), you'll be limited by 2-5mb or localStorage or cache manifest. See my related question here:
html5 to store greater than 50 mb worth of data?


Answer 5:
I tried phonegap, and the first thing that annoyed the hell out of me was that you could not control the keyboard like you are used to in obj-c. The keyboard is exactly the same you get when browsing a website, it has an extra pane at top of the keyboard with "next/previous" buttons. Therefore I am now trying out Titanium Appcelerator instead, where you can create native GUIs using javascript instead.
Answer 6:
I think that if its within your abilities to learn or use Objective-C, it's almost always best to do so. Using the native-SDK gives you access to everything on the device in the most compatible way possible. Using layers of abstraction only hurts functionality, customizability and debugging.
That said, it seems that there are some powerful and well written frameworks to compile HTML, CSS and JS into native apps. That may be appropriate if you are no a really tight schedule or if you need to get a quick prototype out, and you are a JavaScript ninja, but a novice Objective-C coder.

 Source: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7026786/objective-c-vs-phonegap

Thursday, December 19, 2013

How to host a static website on S3

UPDATE: I was horribly wrong about how to do the domain forwarding for naked domains – however there’s a simple answer. The good folks at wwizer have got a free naked domain rewriting service. In order to use it simple change your A (Host) to point to the ip address and you’ll be sorted. wwwizer naked domain redirect

In February this year Amazon announced that you can now host static websites on S3. This is a great cost effective way of hosting small, simple websites (like an iPhone app site for example).
Here’s how you can do it:
  • Buy the domain name for the site you want to host. It’s best to do this first, because the S3 bucket name has to be the same as the domain.
  • Get an S3 account (it’s cheaper than you think, I only get billed 3c a month).
  • Log into the aws management console and create a bucket with the same name as your domain (complete with www). So for my website www.bigbuttonsapp.com I called the bucket www.bigbuttonsapp.com

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Alan Jackson - Remember When

Brad Paisley - Little Moments (+playlist)

A Very Responsible Man

 Image from google search
At least It has been over 7 nights already I've been staying at office.

I work over 20hours per day. (7nights x 20hours = 140hours)

These days I have a very urgent work to complete it as soon as possible so I must take care of it responsibly.

I've tried all my best already and hope every things are going smooth and well.

Every night at office, I slept on chair all the time and now I've got backache.

My singly life are going very challenging, my struggle will bring me a very preferable results from people around.

I love to help people to make them more happier and happiness. Love to see people smile and their improvement.

I never think of my own healthy at all even I worked over midnight, no sleep, no enough eating or no travel but what I am doing those are called me "A very responsible man".

I like to do my works, I'd like to take responsible for it even I got nothing.
I don't like to do the works which I feel bored or that is not my responsible even they give me a million US dollars.

by: Han4U

Sunday, December 1, 2013

Like a "BOSS"

What I wish it's coming.
I wished to become a business owner when I lived with my mother.
I always prayed for this opportunity all the time when I went to pagoda near my home.

I'll try to commit to make it more successful in this life.

By: Han4U

I Love Music

I love music and I love it since I was their ages.

Life + Music + Sport = Refresh
Life + Skill + Commitment = Successful

In my life, I love to study in field of Information Technology as my skill and for my free time I love to play Football and Volleyball. I was the one who can play football & volleyball better than other boys when I was young.

I was chosen to play with elder players at my hometown because I played good and fast.

Besides sports, I really love music also. I can sing well as boys above when I was their ages.

By: Han4U

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Loss of Motivation

Motivation is a way of pushing harder and striving for something.

I have no more motivation, I lose motivation with my current career.
Hundred of works and problems need to resolve everyday.

I'm gonna look for other professional career opportunity and work with professional people.

 “Only Great Staff can contribute to make a Company become a Great one”. 

By: Han4U

Doing Business in Cambodia Becoming More Difficult

By and - October 30, 2013 

Cambodia ranked 137 out of 189 countries in the World Bank’s Doing Business 2014 report released Tuesday, the first drop in at least two years that shows conducting business in the country is becoming more difficult.

The report ranks countries in 10 categories, including starting a business, dealing with construction permits, getting electricity, registering property, access to credit, protecting investors, paying taxes, trading across borders, enforcing contracts and resolving insolvency.

“Cambodia made starting a business more difficult by introducing a requirement for a company name check at the Department of Intellectual Property and by increasing the costs both for getting registration documents approved and stamped by the Phnom Penh Tax Department and for completing incorporation with the commercial registrar,” the report states.

“Starting a business [in Cambodia] requires 11 procedures, takes 104 days, costs 150.6% of income per capita and requires paid-in minimum capital of 27.5% of income per capita,” it adds.

World Bank communications officer in Cambodia Bou Saroeun said Tuesday that compared to the 2013 report, “it required two more procedures, took 19 more days, and cost 50.1 percent more.”

Out of 10 categories in the report, Cambodia dropped down the ladder on four—starting a business, dealing with construction permits, registering property and resolving insolvency. But it also improved in four categories—getting credit, paying taxes, trading across borders and enforcing contracts. Two categories, getting electricity and protecting investors, remained unchanged.

The report points out that Cambodia’s most significant drop was in the category of starting a business. In 2013, the country placed 181 when it came to starting a business, now it is at 184, which is the sixth-to-last spot ahead of countries including the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eritrea and Burma.

The country also dropped in registering property, 112 to 118; dealing with construction permits, 157 to 161; and resolving insolvency, 161 to 163. In the four categories that it improved, the largest increase was in getting credit, which jumped from 52 for 2013 to 42 for 2014, according to the report.

The other three improvements increased only one point each—paying taxes, 66 to 65; trading across borders, 115 to 114; and enforcing contracts, 163 to 162.

Getting electricity stayed the same at 134 and protecting investors also stayed the same at 80.
According to the report, Cambodia still lags far behind some of its Southeast Asian neighbors—Malaysia ranked 6 in the report; Thailand ranked 18; and Vietnam ranked 99. Laos, however, fell behind Cambodia at 159.

Though none of the measures on which the country was judged were based on the political environment, Mao Thora, secretary of state at the Ministry of Commerce, on Tuesday blamed the country’s poor showing on the opposition CNRP’s ongoing protests and political uncertainty following July’s national election.

“We recognize with the report because the activity of garment factories has been reduced, which causes the business in Cambodia to drop…because of the [election] demonstrations. Businessmen lose confidence and they hesitate to buy goods or products because CNRP has demonstrations,” he said.

The World Bank report also did not measure business confidence or sales.

Srey Chanthy, interim president of the Cambodian Economic Association, said he hoped the slide back was just a hiccup, as the country has plenty to offer investors, including land and labor.

“Cambodia still has a lot of re­sources they can invest in…the opportunity is still there,” he said.

The report comes on the heels of another report by the World Bank released earlier this month that states Cambodia’s economy would remain stable over the next few years with a gross domestic product of 7 percent as a result of the country’s strong agricultural, construction and tourism sectors, as well as exports.

Source: Cambodia Daily

Saturday, October 26, 2013

What is the challenges for foreigner investors of doing business in Cambodia

                       Picture from google

Course: International Business Environment
This morning, I successfully finished group presentation about a topic "Environment of doing business in Cambodia and what is the challenges for foreigner investors?"

After I was across a long researching, I got at least main 6 points challenges for foreigner investors to consider before investing in Cambodia:

1. Political Instability: whenever political in the country is not working stable, It absolutely affects to business investing. And foreigner investors, of course they will consider this point before put more investment in Cambodia.

2. Cambodia GDP: It is still lower if compare with other neighbor countries and over the world. This is also a challenge for foreigner investors to think before doing business in Cambodia.

3. Poverty: Most of Cambodian people are still living in poverty. The poverty also is a concerning for foreigner investors of doing business in this country.

4. Corruption: There are many companies or ministries in the country they are corrupting in many aspects so it is also a challenge for foreigner investor as well. They need to know how is the corruption situation first before doing business in Cambodia.

5. Electricity issue: Cambodia Electricity doesn't serve enough in the country so it is very challenge for foreigner investors to look at this point before going to invest a business in Cambodia.

6. Petroleum price: It's comparatively higher than in the ASEAN countries, so it is also a challenge for investing in Cambodia.

I can recommend more points challenges for foreigner investors such as:

- Cambodia is in under-development country so there are many infrastructures are still under developing.
- Less of high technical people, foreigner investors will get difficulty to recruit some of high technical employees to work in the Technology field.
- Pricing: it is also a very challenge point for foreigner investors because pricing must determine based on the country economic. Cambodia is under developing country so all pricing must not be set higher than other countries. This is also a challenge for foreign investors to consider before investing in Cambodia.

ChanHan HY,
Small research
International Business Environment,

Monday, October 21, 2013

Software Programmers Should Take One Hour A Day For Exercise (Gymnastics)

    Picture from Google

I'm doing exercise (Gymnastics) every evening after a whole day of programing by sitting in front of computer, I take one hour per day to practice Gym.

Software developers, of course they are very stress of thinking to resolve errors either me. Their brain is very trouble or boring so much.

To release all these stresses you all have to find a way to make the feeling happy or fun by exercising, listening or meeting with friends chitchat.

But for me, I choose Gym, and play Guitar due to these equipments help my feeling refresh and fun.

How about you guys? what do you do after bored a whole day with software programming?

By: Han4U

Sunday, October 13, 2013

Enviroment & challenging change your life

Over 10years already...
From 2002 - 2013, life in Phnom Penh City.
My life has been changed a lot.
From a pagoda boy becomes a outstanding leader in a private company.
I've been generating over million dollars every year for the company.

When I was living at the province, life was full of difficult hassle. I lived in a poor economic family.

The information or news seemed like to be hidden from my life. I was very afraid or shy of the rich people I was jealous of their life so much and  I also ever expected to change my life to become the rich and rich more than those people who has been always in my memory so far.

I always drove my bike across a pagoda [HONG LAM pagoda] near my home and prayed for a successful life in the future to help my family more better and better like other people.

After moved to Phnom Penh city [2002] to pursue the bachelor degree, my life was very changed one day to one day. Indeed my parents had not enough budget to support my study at all and my life was getting more harder and harder that time. I started to feel very hopeless and feared whether I can graduate or stop studying, [in 2004].

The right decision was made by parents they decided to sell a part of land to neighbor to get some money to continue to support my bachelor degree's life.

One day to one day, parents was getting a bad healthy and older because they strived to earn, work and also feed some pigs, all those to support their family, sons and daughters. The situation pushed me to have two brains that time, one was studying and other one was finding a job to work to get some money to support my own life. Yes, i got it i had a salary a little bit, parents started to feel better [in 2005].

After got a  job, my study began to fall down at the private University because I had no much time to focus especially my health was not so good, I had a very thin body [this was study & career life] but fortunately god blessed me no having a serious sick at all even I lived in a very unhealthy place, slept not enough or ate not enough [always thank to god].

My life was changing from one place to other place in the City, the situation and though also was changed accordingly.

Finally I successfully graduated [in 2006].  I had a job and I can afford for my brother and sister's study in Phnom Penh City together. I have been very proud of myself so far, I have supported budget for brother, sister to graduate the bachelor degree at the University as well. A part, I'm also supporting for parents.

From 2006 - 2012, that was a very challenging life in the City to fight for a good career and better salary to support everyone in the family.

Mother always prayed for me to have a higher salary and have honor in the society and she frequently advised me to try to make a "love" for every people around and avoid all who are enemies. Mother, she liked to think too much and she was the one who worked so harder in the family to look after everything around.

She always reminded that "please did not work too hard till the midnight, son, you had to sleep early and take care of your health", I ever encouraged her that "please did not think of me too much, mother, I was fine the important thing was your health because you were older and unhealthy now".

The most sorrow and sad in life was "I lost mother from the world, I cannot meet her anymore in [2012]". It was very short time for her to see my successful life to live in the City.

Over 10years of life in the City, every things have been changed a lot.
I lost a part of land
I cannot see my mother anymore
Two of brother & sister have graduated.
Father is getting older, he cannot work anymore.
I become a outstanding leader in a private company.

"Environment and challenging really change our life"

What is the next going to happen to my single life?

By: Han4U

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

10 Things That Leaders Never Missed

Picture from google image search

Today and Tomorrow I'm still a good leader of everybody in the company and family.

In fact, I'm not a manager or boss at all but I'm a leader to lead the company and everyone to the success point.

Leaders are always standing in the front line of everyone to help, guide them to the right way to walk through.

Leaders must have a strong commitment to take care of every colleagues by considering them as our family, brother or sister.

Furthermore, Leaders also must have a higher qualification or more experiences than the other in the company or they must have initiative ideas in order to research something new to develop staffs's capacity as well.

Presently I'm a leader for a number of staffs in a private company in the country, the way I behave every day is to create something new to move company forward to hit the target plan. Of course I seriously behave a good attitude to everyone as well as my colleagues which is from bottom level till up level.

There are 10 important things I frequently behave everyday in the company:
  1. The best strategy planner
  2. The best marketing promoter
  3. The best new opportunity seeker
  4. The best thinker
  5. The best long vision keeper
  6. The best trainer
  7. The best collaborator
  8. The best presenter
  9. The best committed leader
  10. The best problem solver

I take care of people, I love them when they are always with me.

By: Han4U

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Entrepreneur's Behaviour

Entrepreneur, Everyday is very busy.
Entrepreneur, Sleep is never comfortable.
Entrepreneur, Eating is never regularly.

To become a entrepreneur is what  you wish, right?
But it is never easier like you think.

Your long vision, real thought, real work and real commitment all those are the basic of way toward a real entrepreneur.

Below is what that all entrepreneurs always do.

By: Han4U

Saturday, September 21, 2013

When We Were Young

Which one is more handsome than between HY ChanHan and Steve Jobs?
This picture is when we were young.

It looks like a little bit similar, right?


Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Chengdu, China (15 - 17 September 2013)

Flight on 15th September 2013

I went to Chengdu City, China from 15th - 17th September 2013 in purpose to join a meeting at there.

Chengdu City is the hometown of giant panda and it is also a place of three kingdom's history (Ju Keur Leang and Leav Pey).

Chengdu City has been developed about 20years already and presently they're still constructing more buildings. The city looks very modern & advanced especially there are many streets, bus, taxi system, buildings,  Metro and hotels.

It is absolutely very clean city. If  you flight from Cambodia you have to take about 10hours to arrive.

The favorite food of people in Chengdu they like to eat any foods which has much spicy and saltish.

By: Han4U

Saturday, September 7, 2013

I Make Your Dream Come True

1. They took many years but it still did not work.
2. They knew it many years but it still had nobody take care.
3. They discussed about it once again and again but it was still pending.

Finally, after I came into the works every things has been completed successfully. Their dream come true now.

I'm the one who make your dream come true.

By: Han4U

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

I Am A Warm Of Everybody

My family need me.
My love need me.
My company need me.
My brother & sister need me.

   Picture from Google

Responsibility is a key that all of people must have it. It is a warm, it is a confident needed by every people around you.

When I stayed far away from my home for a week or months, I felt that everyone in family were very lonely they were so cold. A big warm of a big brother in a family is very important for everyone. He really has many big tasks to do every days and higher responsibilities for his family, broth and sister.

My love need me, she loves me to stay closer and need a lot of cares from me. A warm of love is also needed to take care of it crucially otherwise there will be broken one day.

I'm a General Manager in one company. 
If there is my presence in office everyday, I felt that every colleagues or CEO they have confident and they have a warm. When I have a trip to somewhere that is very far way from company, urgently they look for me and contact me all the time because they need a warm from me. My responsibilities in company very huge.

Everyone really need a WARM from me, 
so I am a WARM of everyone.

By: Han4U

Friday, August 30, 2013

LIfe Without Fear & Pressure Is What You Want

My life is going everywhere & every time as wanted.
My life is living without fear and pressure from other people at all.
My life is full of freedom and very open.

Eat, Travel, Hack and a little Sleep

ChanHan HY's life

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Sleeping Is A Virus

 Picture From Google
Life is very short for everyone!
We have to determine a specific goal to achieve before our life end.

Steve Jobs said: "How to live before you die". It is very meaningful to encourage or motivate his employee at the workplace. Every Steve's employees were very hard working all day and night.

I'm following this way right now.

Nowadays I start working from 8AM I work, eat and hack until 12AM or sometime it's till 1AM at night time. I'm going back home very late every night and I have a few hours to sleep only.

Bill Gates said: "If you born poor it's not your mistake, but if you die poor it's your mistake"

So, in order to accomplish my goal and have much money I have to kill the sleeping and concentrate to develop more projects successfully as scheduled.

Much sleeping is a wastefulness in our life time.
Much sleeping is a virus.

Read: 7 Steps to Bulletproof Sleep – How to Get Less Sleep Without Polyphasic Headaches

Do you agree? if you do, please leave a comment below.

By: Han4U

Do you know "Stack Overflow .COM" ?


If you are a programmer  I'm surely that you absolutely know "Stack Overflow" website.

Stack Overflow is a question and answer site for professional and enthusiast programmers. It's built and run by you as part of the Stack Exchange network of Q&A sites. With your help, we're working together to build a library of detailed answers to every question about programming.

Website: http://stackoverflow.com

It helps millions of programmer around the world to resolve the issues or problems relate with software programming.

Even me, I'm also using it everyday to find out the good solution to fix my error coding.

How about you? if you know about it please say "Yes" in comment below.

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Remote Working Is Basically Advantage For Related IT Industry

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Please do not mind where I am or why I'm not in the office mostly everyday but in fact I'm managing my staffs, works and controlling system operation from remote working effectively.

I'm working for IT industry many years and I've thought that remote working experience is very import for IT guys.

Now I am staying far away from my office for a week but every processes and managements are still working properly that is because of effect remote working and good collaboration from my colleagues.

So please do not care of where I am or why I'm not in the office but everybody have to care of whether operation in the company is working properly or not when I'm not there.

If the company operation is still working effectively so that means the management is monitored or controlled 100% correctly from Managers.

Remote working, we can focus on the connectivity tools between employees and managers such as e-mail, social media, chat by skpye or online conferences.

By: Han4U

Friday, August 2, 2013

Do you know Edward Snowden?

Edward Joseph Snowden (born June 21, 1983)[1] is an American dissident who leaked details of several top-secret United States and British government mass surveillance programs to the press.[5][6] Snowden is a former technical contractor for the United States National Security Agency (NSA) and a former employee of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

More detail: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Snowden


Friday, July 12, 2013

Fake websites of Cambodia e-Visa

DO NOT USE IT BECAUSE OF they are fraud websites, they are fake websites.

   (Fake websites of Cambodia e-Visa)
The official Cambodia E-visa website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kingdom of Cambodia, 
It is http://evisa.mfaic.gov.kh/ 

Quoted from: http://cambodiaevisa.blogspot.com/2013/07/fake-websites.html

Thursday, July 11, 2013

I did it already

When I was about 9 years old,
There were many memories deepen in my soul.  When I was a young I lived with my mother and sometime I lived with my grandparents.

My grandparents are very kind.

I was the poor family among all relatives during that time.

I had old cap, dirty clothes and shoes as in the picture shown.

The road that I often walked across and played with, it was very dirty but I was happy with all those situation, I was really happiness with family especially with my mother.

(Boy, I wish you have a great life in the future as I've done so far. Love  you, boy!)

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Gym For Healthy

I practice Gym every evening because I want to become like all these guys:

Saturday, June 8, 2013

My Homeless Life, Myself Helped Myself

View My homeless life in a larger map

My life frequently changed from  one place to another place all the time because of homeless.

The first time I knew Phnom Penh City It was in 2002, my life started very challenging in the city from this year onward.

From 2002 until 2009 I moved and hired 7 rent houses already.

No enough affordable
No enough food
No enough water
No enough comfortable places
No enough equipments
No enough encouragement
No relatives

I lived lonely everywhere in the city.
I helped myself by myself.
I encouraged myself by myself.
I looked opportunity for myself by myself.

But there is only my mother and father who helped and encouraged me all the time. :'(

So far I've still been a homeless man.

 That's all what I have to tell you the world. :(

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

What I definitely behave every day and night

Sleep with computer everyday and night.
I've been sleeping in front of computer since I was studying in University and during that time I was staying at Ounalom pagoda but even now It's still in the same action, not changing, I love this life, love to be in front of computer and sometime sleep during programming.

This is computer programmer's life.

By: Han4U

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

CINet - 2013 PATA Membership

On behalf of CINet Technologies Co.,Ltd, I just got the PATA membership certificate from Pacific Asia Travel Association this morning on 30 May 2013.

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

How Is My Office Desk Look?

Is it full of messy stuffs, right?
:) but it is very interesting I like it, I like this kind of flexible office because it helps to reduce my stress some days :(

And you?

Friday, May 17, 2013

Four Countries Visited

1. Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

Do you know David Karp?

More about him: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Karp

How Safari in iOS 6 handles media uploads

Those who run WordPress blogs probably use the mobile web interface as the official app is a mess.

Unfortunately, media uploads on websites are not supported in iOS 5, which makes it tough to add images to your posts on the go.

It’s not just WordPress, Safari in iOS simply doesn’t support media uploads. Luckily, beginning with iOS 6, Safari will finally deal with common HTML elements that web pages use to bring up the standard file browsing dialogue…

Thursday, May 9, 2013

My Life When I Was A Young

These are some activities which I had done during 1990 - 1999.
  1. I was ever fishing.
  2. I ever brought bulls to the fields to eat grasses.
  3. I ever grew the rice with my mother and my grandparent.

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Cambodia National Bank Publishs New Currency 100000 Riels

National Bank of Cambodia announced that on the upcoming King Norodom Sihamoni's Birthday for 60 to 61 years old that will be held on 13, 14 and 15 May 2013, National Bank of Cambodia will  publish officially the Cambodian's new currency 100000 Riels.

Google Translate sails past 70 languages with the addition of Bosnian, Javanese and more

Chances are if you use the Internet, you’ve used Google Translate at least once in your life. And from today, Google is opening the technology to potentially an additional 183m people, as it opens to five more languages.

Bosnian, the official language of Bosnia and Herzegovina, has been added alongside Cebuano (Philippines), Hmong (China, Vietnam, Laos, Thailand and the US), Javanese (second most-spoken language in Indonesia), and Marathi (India).

Cambodia's Countryside

It is a very beautiful view from Countryside in Cambodia.
This is Cambodian's home. Around home they always grow the rice on the rainfall season.

I like the countryside because it makes my mind very refresh with the most of green tree, animals or other traditional clothes.

I love the rice field, lake, river, it is very natural.

What is  your feeling about this photo?

Most of Cambodians casually like clothing KRAMA

Most of the Cambodians dress up casually except, when they are attending formal events. It is common to see men and women using Krama, a Long, Narrow checked cotton cloth round their neck.
Also they use the krama for carrying a baby, a hat to keep sun off your head, a cushion ones head to carry trays or heavy items, sling to carry goods in front or back of body, dress, shirt, skirt, apron, shorts, play games, hammock between 2 chairs, cover pillows, etc.