7/28/08

My Hero!

 
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If anyone knows about this book, plz let me know!

When I have enough money and a chance, I'll go to where she had been, study and before she died.
 
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My fingers!

This morning two left fingers are badly injure because of my carelessness and my little sister negligent. I really hope my nails are going to be ok [plzzzzz...]

On Sunday morning, I planed to wake up at 6am but apparently I woke up at 9am. I asked my dad, had you voted yet? He said already... gosh! I should have waked up earlier than this. Finally, I voted after I was forced to put my figure in deep ink, he should be a bit nice to me....he’s yab!!!
 
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7/23/08

ELBBL

Dear Nearirath,

Thanks for getting in touch. As far as I know, EWMI is planning on going ahead with another round of the Client Counselling Competition.You of course would be the obvious candidate to go to that competition. Can you check with Steve about the relevant deadlines. If EWMI can't do it, maybe we can get some help from the ECCC people.

There are several other competitions which we are considering entering. The most difficult of these is the Jessup. There is a huge amount of reading. Remember the huge readings I gave you on the made up problem for the moot court? Well, that was just part one. Part II which I am in the process of printing out will be over 1,000 pages. Most of the pages are two or three very long opinions of the international court. I am checking the rules of the competition of the Jessup to see if it would be okay if I summarized the unimportant parts of the case so that we could cut down on the reading.

Before we commit to the Jessup, which I think allows for five members on the school team, I want to make sure that students will do their part. That's one reason why we are going to do the moot court which is based on the problem Annees gave you. I am going to hand out Part II of the materials on Friday. I will summarize the long cases. Since it's just our moot court we can make up our own rules. If you have time I think it would be a good idea for you to participate in our moot court. You have to participate if you want to be considered for the Jessup.

Two more things: (1) You need to take an IELS or a TOEFL so we will have a starting point when we look for scholarships.and (2) would you like to be a teaching assistant in the International Criminal Law class which is going to be taught by a friend of Dr. Jorg's from the ECCC. The teaching assistant is an idea that we are borrowing from the US. The responsibilities of the teaching assistant are to give a quiz at the start of every class to make sure that the students got the basic points from the previous class. Like we did in ASEAN legal systems and to make sure that students have a good attendance record. Unfortunately, this is not a paying position put would look very good on a scholarship application. The only other 2005 student being offered this position is Chhor Sunhong for family law.

Well, there's a few things to think about.

Marnie

7/21/08

Depression or under a lot of stress


IMG_2389, originally uploaded by Nearirath Sreng.

Korean Food

My both sisters and brother-in-law was going to have Korean food at Sovanna Mall but it kept us a mount half hour to wait, too many customers. Then my elder sister got an idea to go another DAEDONGGANG RESTAURANT, Korean Restaurant which is near Rock and RULE (Rock Entertainment and my former university) The food was good, and there is a beautiful Korean traditional performance, all of them is so natural beautiful which is wired and completely different to another Korean Restaurant, Pyoungyang that both restaurants are run by North Korea. At Pyoungyang Restaurant, food was ok, but people there use fake smile is so uncomfortable and not so much enjoyable too. If you ever would like to try Korean Food, i recommend to DAEDONGGANG RESTAURANT. [for more detail about the location, plz contact or e-mail me]



Finally! they are engaged!

As I always keep saying ‘love is so complicated’, all time there is someone like I feel I’m a troublemaker so I would choose to be single ever! [I don’t know if it’s still]

However, this couple have been struggle so hard to make their dream come true, and finally they are engages. Just wanna say congratulation to them, and wish this love is long life forever.



in the end we ended up playing cards...hahahha

Stop loving someone who doesn’t love you

I don't know if western culture of the article below can apply to our society! hope at lease a few points can help those who have been brokenhearts.
Naturally, men and woman couple in order to reproduce, however their different forms of reasoning, options, desire, preference and visions affect the ‘love’ within a relationship. In this regard, this issue of our magazine highlights a love thought of by only one party.

When one exerts much effort to keep love alive within a relationship and it then fails, the one trying to hold the relationship together is heartbroken because the one that they love has rejected them. In such a circumstance, the one with a broken heart needs to recognize that the relationship is over and to make a clear decision to stop pursuing this person as they are unable to love in return. To do this however, psychological findings reveal the reason behind why some relationships do not work and why in some instances love cannot be reciprocated. The reason is quite simple, the loved one cannot accept love from the lover because it is not a mutual feeling, and the love is not considered by both parties. There are several reasons to why it is hard to stop loving and to forget such intense love, these due to her/him: 1. always thinking about the good qualities found within the loved one; 2. reminiscing over any little thing from the past such as text message and e-mails that were written in the heat of the moment; and 3. not speaking the truth in front of the loved one, this is, keeping the feeling of love as a secret.

To stop loving someone that does not love you in return, you first have to accept that face the truth that your love is not possible. You then need to rid yourself of anything that could remind you of him such as text messages and songs you listened to. Another tip that will help you to forget the person is to think that there are kenhearted person, could find true love with, a love that is felt with passion on both sides. In other words, you realize that the person you previously loved is not the perfect person.

When applying all of these tips, the brokenhearted person can forget the memory of a love lost and all the other factors that lead you to love this person. To be released from this spiritual tension, you need to convince yourself that you will meet a better person or think that the person you previously loved is no longer important to you.

Another approach to help forget about a person who does not love you is to try and end the routine of thinking about them, over and over again. Stop saying that 1. I cannot live without you; 2. I cannot stop loving you; 3. I love this person more than any other; 4. I cannot love anyone else; 5. there is not one better than this person, the are perfect...


How Do You Stop Loving Someone?
You’ve tried to move forward with your life but you just can't help it, you still love him/her. People have told you “learn from it and get over it” but it’s not as easy as it seems because you feel stuck.

How do you switch off those feelings?

You can’t. If you truly loved him/her you will never stop loving. When you truly love someone (I am not talking about the ego-ridden, selfish controlling, fear driven kind of thing most of us think is love), you never ever get over it. That’s just the way love is.

When we fall in true love, we open ourselves to a part of ourselves that is far much bigger and more powerful than just our mind, will and emotions. But because our understanding of this “thing called love’ is so limited (mind, will and emotions) we attach love to a particular person, someone outside of us. We see that person as a love object instead of a reflection of ourselves, a possession to hold onto instead of a conduit for the expression of the love within us.

This ego-ridden, selfish controlling, fear driven sense of love tends to think and act as if both love and time are elusive or actively evading us. We are constantly searching, planning, manipulating and worrying about how love will stay in our lives. We try to hold onto it: set limits on time to call after a date, when to say “I love you”, when to expect a commitment etc. We are distracted by all the other ego-driven impulses such as jealousy, sense of inadequacy, fear of responsibility, not to mention power control.

When the person goes away, our limited understanding of love tries to explain the void left by that person using our mind, will and emotions. We struggle with trying to make ‘”sense’, will ourselves not to think about the person and control our emotions but all that just ends up in a frustrated effort. Occasionally, our limited understanding tries to get the person back using the same futile attempts and when that fails too, we try using the same limited understanding to try and move on, but with no apparent luck.

What do you do with those feelings of love?

1. Sort out what is true love and what is ego-fear -driven about your feelings.

2. After you've established what is true love about your feelings hold onto that. Don't be afraid of what's in your heart.

3. Do some real inner cleaning up of all the junk that is keeping you in ego-ridden, selfish controlling, fear driven ways of loving. This does require risk in the sense of losing "grip" of what you have been familiar with all your life. But this step in absolutely necessary - no one can do it for you. It is this liberating of yourself that leads to a condition of happiness never before experienced.

With an expanding perspective of love, you will start to draw into your life people who reflect the balance and love you have achieved internally. Depending on where you are at, you will attract (i) people who are also searching for their inner balance/peace, or (ii) people who have already been on that path and found what you are searching for, people who will help and support you through your own journey.

I have had clients who are drawn to a chance meeting with an ex and because they are vibrating a different energy, the feelings are rekindled both ways. In other cases, they call me up and say, I met my ex at such and such a place “I still love/him/her but I do not feel like we are right for each other anymore” and they meet someone else. I have also had clients who try to reach out to an ex but found the other person in the frame of mind where they think and feel they are happier with someone else. But they are not devastated because they understand the nature of love and are confident that they will experience those feelings with someone again.

Don't surround yourself with imagined limitations, and deny yourself the opportunity to experience true love!

About the Author: Christine Akiteng is an internationally renowned Sexual Confidence/Dating Coach and author of e-Books: The Art Of Seducing Out Of Fullness, Breaking A Bad Relationships Pattern, and Playing Hard-To-Get The Love Way.

Eyes in eyes magazine, 9-12/06/2008
Loving Someone Who Doesn’t Love You Back
It’s a wretched, miserable existence when you’re in love with someone who doesn’t love you back. Whether their eyes glaze over when they see you, or you’re “just a friend”, it sucks. It can do serious damage to self esteem. You find yourself wishing, trying, and thinking (maybe even obsessively. It’s ok, I won’t tell) and you can very well reach a point of despair.What I’ve noticed would happen in a situation like this is sometimes you may find yourself trying to alter yourself to the person’s pleasing. Or worse - what you THINK that person likes. Sometimes desperation makes you do things that you wouldn’t do otherwise. I just wanted to put this out there for the eager eyes that read this.

That person’s - or anyone’s - opinion of you for that matter does not define you or your value.
You are not any less smart, sexy, clever, talented, anything. Thinking in this way only aggravates the effects you feel from rejection. It’s a quick launch to a negative space that will certainly affect all aspects of your life. I’m not saying don’t be sad. But know who you are.
Don’t Cheapen Yourself

You know exactly what I’m talking about. Doing things you don’t want to do, that you wouldn’t do, that devalues or humiliates you to appease a soul. It’s not going to make them love you anymore and some unsavory characters would gladly lead such a circus at the expense of their conscience at old age (stay with me here) for the attention and care from such a wonderful person such as yourself. Who doesn’t love some TLC? Don’t compromise yourself. I’m going to say it again. DON’T compromise yourself.
Accepting Reality

It’s ok to hurt. To feel pain, to feel sad. But it’s not ok to refuse that person’s rejection, obsess, and bring yourself to new degrees of low. The bad news is the object of your affection doesn’t share those same feelings with you. But don’t count yourself out yet. There is someone who can appreciate you and return your adoration, like you deserve somewhere out there. I say deserve with conviction because I know - its so easy to take even small common courtesies as signs of someone warming up to you because you want that love so badly. But, my friend, that’s a baseline. Common courtesy… is common. Or at least it ought to be. It’s not love.
Be Good To Yourself

You will find that I’ll say this often because when I’m seeking that advice, I hear it so very often and I agree with it. We are so very good at beating ourselves up for what we deem our shortcomings. How about some of that adoration for that person… for yourself. You have the right to feel good you know, as you work on breaking that cycle and refocusing yourself and your sights on something or someone else. Loving someone who doesn’t love you back hurts like hell. So for your own sake, think about implementing these things that I’ve mentioned. Easier said than done, trust me - I know. But when you’re ready to be done with the whole misery aspect of it all, it will deliver a very necessary breakthrough.

7/14/08

NGBs

I do miss NGBs, hope to see you guys someday sometime somewhere around the world!Rath, Pok Pok, Bong Samay,Bong Nha, Bong Kunthy or Koun Hing[don't tell her:P],Pork Pork
Signatures of NGB, to ratify as NGB gang heheh :")

7/13/08

This episode called “Hot Fighting”

"A mountain crowns only one king of tiger" This is very true for me in this situation.

I really can’t tell you the entire story, but bits of it include my struggle with a naughty female tiger. So should I give up in the beginning? NEVER!

I’m going to study the structure of this mountain. How it works? Who are the right hands of the king? What are their authorities? What are their weakness and strength? What are the strategies to fight them off one by one?

I was mad when I heard the old naughty female tiger using mean words to me, but I was wrong to do so. I wouldn’t be mad with this touchy situation. What I shall do now is finding out how I can fight back. And how can I help my party before I leave. Leaving is not an excuse to give up fighting with the female tiger any more. Though I have only one day left, I still have time to fight back and protect my men.
Yab nas!!!

7/8/08

Preah Vihear is World Heritage now!!!

The 32nd Session of the World Heritage Committee on Tuesday unanimously approved the inscription of Preah Vihear temple as a World Heritage Site--by The Cambodia Daily today.

When i walked through the crowded to the concert, I feel so proud to be Cambodian! And I realized that there are still more people care and interested about our won country like Preah Vihear Temple.

The thing I'm not so happy with is that why we should have to hate Thailand each other like this because this anger will be never ended so there is only the government of Cambodia and Thailand themselves shall find a proper solution, fair and justice for both nations. If we never forgive or never find any solution someday it will explode as a cold war or a hot war in the future someday soon, and our next generation who would be our children and grandchildren will career on from us. Think deeply and everything you see, hear and read we have use our own thought to analysis what exactly happen and what are the causes and why it would happen like these or that. To me I would not agree easily with anything from national newspaper or other media. I would love to do some more research on the judgment in 1962 and regulations of UNESCO; unfortunately I am so crazy with application for master degree so there are ton papers I have to read and fulfill :(
It was raining, so difficult to got a nice one.IMG_2175Patry, Virak, NilaIMG_2176Me in the crowded ;)

7/1/08

Kantha Bopha Children's Hospital


Today on the Australia NETWORK Channel there is the Global Outlook program of which is Dr. Beat Richner who is the main sponsor and finder funded for the Batha Hospital. He said the main reasons of the genocide children in Cambodia are: (1) war, (2) The rest world does not care about the health care children in poor country, and (3) Corruption. The war that Europe and Western or power countries brought to the world as well Cambodia, they seem to forget to respond what they have done, but only selfishness. World Health Organization gives funded to Cambodia is very limited and a few other main organs on the issues of Health Care like UNICEF, and World Vision is still not enough to help Cambodian Children. The third reason is shock so much that he also said “It is hell when there is corruption with health care”

The unique of him is when he makes a presentation to raise funded for the hospital, he presents with his song and music from his solo. The music was so powerful almost makes audiences cry and realize what the real situation of Cambodian is, and how much Cambodian Children need help. A song with the beautiful sound from his solo describes that when he was little he wished to be a musician; unfortunately he was told that being a musician was no bright life so he ends up become a doctor. Today he uses what he believes of his own natural skill music to combine with his recently professional to help the poor children. The little donations from audiences would help so much because there is 60,000 children die per year in Cambodia.
Dr. Beat Richner perform a benefit concert for his Cambodian Hospital.

“If you help the child, the life will go on, and sustainable.”

"The only way to treat the children is free of charge otherwise they have no chance."

"Without these hospitals 2800 children would die every month. Eighty percent of the hospitalized patients could not survive without this hospital," Richner said in a another riveting comment.

On behalf of Cambodians and from bottom of my heart would like to thank so much to Dr. Beat Richner have been scarifying years to help poor world like us.

To make an online donation to the hospitals:
http://www.beat-richner.ch/Assets/richner_donation.html