damn it

i have tried to hold back my breakdown emotional feeling from some of my failures, but i seem the evil minded take away my smile again...damn i write another yab post!!! SIGHT...


Is it questionale?

Prah Vihear, originally uploaded by Kuji Xaya.

During the trip to Prah Vihear, i was told about mess killing in khmer rough time by our tour guy who is a military there.

He said there many big car trucks took people from the khmer Thai border who had run from khmer rough, Thai has ordered to kill many of them by dropping people from this high mountain from those trucks =( i used to hear about this terrify things, but seem no one cares any more. the questions here are. if the facts i was heard is true? will there be a solution or trail or anything for people who died without justice? or ICJ (international court of justice) would bright this case up?

we, khmer are so sad and traumatized cuz of so many years of civil war, but seem the world has been forgotten us Y-Y

this has been inspired me, where and who should i be!


Khmer NY 2010

On 14th April morning, bong vasan called me whether i wanted to go to Siem Reap! i'm not quiet sure about it but i really wanted to escape from pp so much, from everything around me love life family.

We left at 2pm till 8pm we arrived. We stayed at Lin Ratanak Angkor Hotel, it costs $25 a night as i am good on negotiation haha!

The first day was super hot, the temporature was like 45 Celsius! we went to Taprum temple. And we had lunch at Baray cuz we thought there is water so it would be not that hot; unfortunately, oh GGG @.@ it was double hot!

Op...time to go home...to be continued ja!

Half way to SR, damn i was too rush didn't take enough stuffs!
After checked in at the hotel, we had dinner at ...soup!it's buffet, $4 each.
After dinner, Pop or pup?? street!
just me!
the next day at Taprum Temple.
too hot..
We're family,...hhahah a child as always
Finally, I decided to make my dream going to Prah Vihear came true....yoh..ho!

Seem there is no nice and dancable club in SR, we ended up going to street dance.
the last day..

1st IJIEL International Student Essay Competition

‘TRIPS-plus Obligations and Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) with Developing Countries’


1. The Indian Journal of International Economic Law
2. The 1st IJIEL International Student Essay Competition
o Topic
o Prizes
o Judges
o Deadline
o Judging Criteria
o Rules and Regulations
3. Contact Details


IJIEL is an annual journal that is managed, edited and produced by students of the National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore. This refereed journal deals with all aspects of international economic law, primarily from the perspective of developing countries.

We place great emphasis on international trade and WTO-related scholarship, but pride ourselves on having successfully sought and maintained a broader focus. Our mandate extends to all academic scholarship relevant to international economic law, including international finance and taxation, cross-border regulatory reform in light of the credit crisis, questions concerning the linkages between trade, human rights and the environment, international competition law, economic aspects of intellectual property rights and TRIPS, etc. We are particularly interested in law and economics analyses of the all the subject areas within our mandate.

Our latest endeavour is a special issue studying the interface between international economic law and international space law, seeking to define the role and scope of international economic law in public and private space operations.

Our first two issues have been a tremendous success in terms of the breadth and quality of the submissions that we have received and been privileged to publish. We have been fortunate to receive the enthusiastic support of stalwarts in the field of international economic law. Professor Jagdish Bhagwati has written the foreword for our first issue. The foreword for our second issue has been written by Mr. Arvind Subramaniam from the Peterson Institute. Recently, we have also received the patronage of the WTO Chair established in NLSIU by the Ministry of Commerce of the Government of India.

Our board of editors boasts the following names:

1. Dr. Andrew T. Guzman, University of California, Berkeley Boalt Hall (USA)
2. Professor Hans-Bernd Schäfer, Director, Institute of Law and Economics, University of Hamburg (Germany)
3. Ms. Jayashree Watal, IP Counsellor at the WTO and former Trade Representative to TRIPS Negotiations (India)
4. Professor Par Hallstrom, Director of the Centre of European Law and International Trade Law of Umea University (Sweden)
5. Ms. Tania Voon, Associate Professor, Melbourne Law School (Australia)
6. Dr. Tomer Broude, Lecturer, Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel)
7. Professor Yuji Iwasawa, Professor of International Law, University of Tokyo and Member, Human Rights Committee under the ICCPR (Japan)
8. Professor Won-Mog Choi, Director of WTO Law Centre, Ewha Law School (South Korea)

Our board of patrons includes Dr. Jagdish Bhagwati, University Professor at Columbia University and Senior Fellow in International Economics at the Council on Foreign Relations, and Mr. Rajiv Luthra, Managing Partner, Luthra & Luthra Law Associates. Dr. A Jayagovind, Professor of Law and former Director, NLSIU is our faculty advisor.


IJIEL was started two years ago with the express intention of providing a new and meaningful contribution to academic scholarship in the field of international economic law. Through all our efforts till now we have sought to achieve this aim by focusing on new, interesting and niche areas of international economic law. In keeping with our infrastructural limitations, however, we have been unable to accept submissions by undergraduate students, excellent though many of them have been.

Recognising that a part of our mandate is the fostering of legal writing in this area of the law, we seek to provide an impetus to academic writing by students, on areas of contemporary interest in international economic law. We have sought to achieve this result by incentivising participation by undergraduate and graduate students across the world by offering attractive prizes, excellent judging, a chance for publication in our journal, and above all, by providing a truly interesting topic to write on.

Our focus is on a developing country perspective, but we recognise that inherent in this perspective is the necessity of understanding the other side. We hope that enthusiastic participation by students from both developing and developed countries will facilitate exciting and useful debate on an issue that is of great concern and interest in the current scenario.

We look forward to being flooded with lots of excellent entries.


The thematic topic for the 1st IJIEL International Student Essay Competition is:

‘TRIPS-plus Obligations and Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) with Developing Countries’

Through this theme we hope to elicit original and analytical writing on an emerging phenomenon of great interest and possible concern – the insistence by many developed countries of requiring the inclusion of TRIPS-plus obligations in FTAs entered into with developing countries.

We have deliberately chosen not to specify a narrow topic for this competition, recognising the value, in academic writing, of being able to narrow a broader theme into a concise and relevant perspective or argument.


The two best entries will receive prizes:

1st place - $750
2nd place - $250

The best essays will also be considered for publication in the third issue of the Indian Journal of International Economic Law (2010), subject to editorial policy.


We are very proud to announce that Professor Carlos M Correa and Professor Daniel J Gervais, both eminent scholars in the field of TRIPS, have agreed to be the final judges for the 1st edition of the IJIEL International Student Essay Competition. The received entries will be narrowed down to the best five by an anonymous panel of judges, and the winning entry will be chosen by Professors Correa and Gervais.

Timeline and Deadlines

1. Release of topic – April 1, 2010
2. Last Date for Submission of Entries – June 15, 2010 (no entries received after 12 AM on June 16, 2010 (Indian Standard Time) will be accepted)
3. Announcement of winners – July 31, 2010 (tentative)

Judging Criteria

Entries will be judged on the basis of:

1. Choice of topic
2. Clarity of expression and writing style
3. Analysis and originality, including contribution to the existing literature on the field
4. Authoritative value

Rules and Regulations

1. Entries may not exceed 2,000 words, excluding footnotes.
2. The emphasis of this competition is on analytical writing. A lower word limit has deliberately been chosen to discourage descriptive writing. Participants are urged to dedicate the main body of their essays to original thought and writing.
3. Substantive footnoting is strictly prohibited.
4. Citation must follow the Bluebook format.
5. All matter that is not the original work of the author must be cited. Plagiarism, in all its forms, is strictly prohibited and will invite immediate disqualification. Serious violations will be responded with complaint letters to the head of the participant’s institution.
6. This competition is open to all students (undergraduate and above), except doctoral and PhD candidates. Participants must have crossed the age of 18 years, but should not have crossed the age of 30 years, as of January 1, 2010.
7. The following formatting requirements must be satisfied: Times New Roman font, size 12, 1.5 line spacing, 1” margins.
8. The essay must be prefaced with a cover page, containing the title of the essay, the name of the author, his/her date of birth, institutional affiliation, and details of the program (including year), in which the participant is enrolled. There must not be any mention of the name, age or institutional affiliation of the author at any other place in the essay. Any such mention will invite immediate disqualification.
9. All entries must be in English.
10. Submitted entries must not have been submitted in any other competition, or for publication or review to any other journal. Entries must represent new and original work of the authors.
11. Submitted entries will constitute property belonging the Indian Journal of International Economic Law, though permission to reprint with the permission of the journal, subject to conditions imposed by the Chief-Editor of the journal, may be sought on an ad hoc basis.
12. Any attempt to contact the judges will invite immediate disqualification.
13. Students are welcome to submit essays individually, or in groups of two. Essays written by more than two students will not be accepted.


Information regarding IJIEL may be obtained from our website: http://www.ijiel.com.

Questions may be directed to ijiel@nls.ac.in, or to the Chief-Editor at abhimanyugeorgejain@gmail.com.

Application Form:



I just can't help myself from falling in love with this song so much. No matter what happen as long as we believe in each other we will get thru.

Romanization Lyrics

No matter what happens
Even when the sky is falling down
I'll promise you
That I'll never let you go

You naega sseureojilddae
Jeoldae heundeullimeopsi
Ganghan nunbicheuro
Myeotbeonigo nal ileukyeojweo

And you, na himae gyeoulddae
Seulpeumeul byeolang kkeutkkaji ddo akkimeopsi
Chajawa du son japeun geudaeyegae

*Nan haejoongae eopneundae
Chorahan najiman
Oneul geudae wihae i norae booleoyo
Tonight geudaeye du noonae
Geu miso dwiae nalwihae gamchweowatdeon

You and I together
It just feels so right
Ibyuliran maleulhaedo
Geu nuga mweorahaedo nan geudael jikilgae

You and I together
Nae du soneul nochijima
Annyoungiran maleun haedo
Naegae i saesangeun ojik neo hanagiae*

You maneun sarangcheoreom
Oori sarang yeokshi jogeumssik byunhagaetjyo
Hajiman jaebal seulpeo malayo
Oraen chinhan chingu cheoreom
Namaneul mideulsuitgae gidaelsuitgae
I promise you that I'll be right here, baby


Waeroun bami chajaolddaen
Na salmyeosi nooneul gamayo
Geudaeye soomgyeoli nal aneulddae
Mueotdo duryeopji anjyo
E saesang geu eoddeon nugudo
Geudaereul daeshin halsueopjyo
You are the only one
And I'll be there for you, baby

You and I together
It just feels so right
Ibyeoliran maleulhaedo
Geu nuga mweorahaedo nan geudael jikilgae

You and I together
Nae du soneul nochijima
Annyoungiran maleunhaedo
Naegae i saesangeun ojik neo hanagiae

Just you and I
Forever and ever

English Translation

No matter what happens
Even when the sky is falling down
I'll promise you
That I'll never let you go


You, When I fell
you held me back up with an unfaltering gaze

And You, through those sad times
held my hands till the end of the world

I might be a shabby person who has never done anything for you
But today, I am singing this song just for you
Tonight, within those two eyes and a smile
I can see the pains from protecting me
You and I together. It's just feels so right
Even though i bid you goodbye, to me this world is just you
You and I together, don't ever let go of my hands
even though i bid you goodbye, to me this world is just you

Our love has changed a bit by bit just like others
But don't be sad
Hopefully I will be someone who you can trust like an old friend
and someone you can lean onto
I promise you that I'm be right here baby

I might be a shabby person who has never done anything for you
But today, I am singing this song just for you
Tonight, within those two eyes
and smile I can see the pains from protecting me
You and I together. It's just feels so right
Even though i bid you goodbye, to me this world is just you
You and I together, don't ever let go of my hands
even though i bid you goodbye, to me this world is just you

I close my eyes lightly whenever I feel lonely again
I no longer fear when your breath holds me
No one in the world can replace you
You are the only one in I'll be there for you baby

You and I together, It's just feels so right
Even though i bid you goodbye, to me this world is just you
You and I together, don't ever let go my hands
even though i bid you goodbye, to me this world is just you

Just you and I
Forever and ever..


NGB reunion ^^

I love ice-cream there, it's Ice cream boll!
Still look damn tired..
it's nice & romantic for couple, but not for me i guess!
NGB :) love you.

Scoop Rest.
Food: food is a bit expensive, but ice cream and bread is very good.
Add: it's next to Coca rest, in front intercontinental.


Time flies!

Time flies too fast, and i think i wish to have a wings to catch up with what i have to do in one day! now it's 12.39am I don't to rush to bed or i feel like i didn't have a productive day or I just live a life with no goal or IT'S JUST NOTHING!

I am fighting for what? i am lost? or what is going on here!!! oh man...are you having those questions for yourself?????