doesn't matter

It doesn't matter how the stormy goes across you,  it doesn't matter how other people look at you, it doesn't matter how the world treat you, it doesn't matter how your good friend turns out to be a dvil or little disappointed you, it doesn't matter how people around you put poker face which could scare you off, it doesn't matter how your bf doesn't treat you right, it doesn't matter how your parents treat you unfairly with yours sis/bro, 
it really doesn't matter because you believe in yourself in everything you have crossed, it a lesson which make you strong and move on!
all you have to do is just enjoy the journey :)


Cute Little Dress Shop turns out to be a devil ?.?

Girls, how do you feel when you are trying on clothes at a cute shop, suddenly the shop owner/just slaver shouted at you that you can only try on 3 pieces of clothes, what the F*k policy is that? what if i want to buy four pieces ??? Shit, i feel so assaulted >.< 310692_295139090517160_105254489505622_969856_576233095_n.jpg


Broken promise

Broken promise could cause many things in life!!! i experienced from family and life... i am somehow feel so uncomfortable with many things which cause me a lot problem... i do not feel want to meet friends... i am kinda lost!!! i don't know



There is a story to tell about bathroom... i get to feel that bathroom is very useful for many reasons! 
what i mean here is wc at home and work place!

What is Bathroom?-> a place to be used for ...

What is Bathroom?-> a private room, no one could interrupt you.

What is Bathroom?-> a place where you could have a moment in your life... to think, to miss, to feel about all your personal life, to cry!!! Bathroom could be a good place to be used as a shoulder when everyone in the world turn back at you; turn you down; or everything in the world seems to be too gray for you!

What is Bathroom?-> a place where you could have a break from work!

What is Bathroom?-> a place where you could just hang out ... avoiding people!!!

What is Bathroom?-> a place where you could take yourself-picture :)

What is Bathroom?-> there are a lot more reasons that Bathroom could be used!!!


Is there anyone following my blog like a drama on TV? there was one guy, my fan said that to me that everything in my blog is like adventure, and like a drama on TV!!! i smiled and i speak to myself there is someone will remember even when i'm gone... I will be remembered!!!

Will this drama end soon???????????????????


Working Life

It's not easy starting something very new! I know it!
I still chose it for a sake of challenging life experience!
Anyway, again I am learning slowly or too slow gosh!!

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at a sudden i feel like...

why this age of a woman has change very fast, mood, appearance to older n older??? I feel I take everything a little too serious, and can't build my excitement moment every time i start blogging? or i am that old already?

Sometime at a sudden I feel like I am lost and I don't know what to do where to go what to say ... is it happening to other people? or am i have having a sigh of stress or depress? what is next? Sigh


Hot News

I am tying in a car now reporting a hot news about an accident bwt a 2002-Camery and a Motobike riding with tow little girls (one is high school girl another  one is jusst about 9 years old) in front the New World institute. What i saw is that the car ran a bit over the motobike till she jumped out with some injuries. I can't believe the guy in the car doesn't come out and help these two poor girls. How can people live in khmer society without ethic and moral in their head!!!'

Blame you!!! suck


Vote topic plz

I am thinking of writing my trip experience but I could not decide which trip I share yet, is it okay if you guys vote for me? here are the topics:
  1. India Trip: I had my first competition in Bagalore.
  2. USA: I had my second competition in Washington D.C.
  3. Italy: My third competition in a small and extraordinary island, Siracusa.
  4. Malaysia and SG trip by my own
  5. Hong kong???
  6. what else??? can't remember
  7. my backpack experience?


Bai Srob

This is a typical breakfast for Khmer people, called Bai Srob.

I never know that Bai Srob now cost me 8500 Reil ( is about $2) at Russina Market. When i was young about 10 years ago, one breakfast it cost me only 1500-2000 Reil only, and see the inflation now is very big. How can poor people survive @.@

I really do not know what are the causes this inflation in Cambodia, but willing to find out more!


How to Gain Control of Your Emotions

I find myself very depressed lately dealing with job, people, family bla bla bla... fine i really run out of words to describe my situation right now; however, just so you know i am fighting within myself first and things around me! su su...

I hope the above article helping anyone who are failing in same disaster like me :) 

Controlling your emotions doesn't mean ignoring them. It means you recognize them and act on them when you deem it appropriate, not randomly and uncontrollably.

On the Spot
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    Know your emotions. There are a million different ways you can feel, but scientists have classified human emotions into a few basics that everyone can recognize: joy, acceptance, fear, surprise, sadness, disgust, anger, and anticipation.[1] Jealousy, for example, is a manifestation of fear - fear that you're not "as good" as something else, fear of being abandoned because you're not "perfect" or "the best".
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    Recognize that emotions don't just appear mysteriously out of nowhere. Many times, we're at the mercy of our emotions on a subconscious level. By recognizing your emotions on a conscious level, you're better able to control them. It's also good to recognize an emotion from the moment it materializes, as opposed to letting it build up and intensify. The last thing you want to do is ignore or repress your feelings, because if you're reading this, you probably know that when you do that, they tend to get worse and erupt later. Ask yourself throughout the day: "How am I feeling right now?" If you can, keep a journal.
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    Notice what was going through your mind when the emotion appeared. Stop and analyze what you were thinking about, until you find what thought was causing that emotion. Your boss may not have made eye contact with you at lunch, for example; and without even being aware of it, the thought may have been in the back of your mind, "He's getting ready to fire me!"
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    Write down the evidence which supports the thought that produced the emotion or against that thought. When you begin to think about it, you might realize that sincenobody gets along well with this particular boss, he can't afford to actually fire anyone,because the department is too short-staffed. For example, you may have let slip something that you should not have said which angered him, but which it is too late to retract.
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    Ask yourself, "What is another way to look at the situation that is more rational and more balanced than the way I was looking at it before?" Taking this new evidence into account, you may conclude that your job is safe, regardless of your boss's petty annoyances, and you're relieved of the emotion that was troubling you. If this doesn't work, however, continue to the next step.
  6. 6
    Consider your options. Now that you know what emotion you're dealing with, think of at least two different ways you can respond. Your emotions control you when you assume there's only one way to react, but you always have a choice. For example, if someone insults you, and you experience anger, your immediate response might be to insult them back. But no matter what the emotion, there are always at least two alternatives, and you can probably think of more:

    • Don't react. Do nothing.
    • Do the opposite of what you would normally do.
  7. 7
    Make a choice. When deciding what to do, it's important to make sure it's a conscious choice, not a reaction to another, competing emotion. For example, if someone insults you and you do nothing, is it your decision, or is it a response to your fear of confrontation? Here are some good reasons to act upon:

    • Principles - Who do you want to be? What are your moral principles? What do you want the outcome of this situation to be? Ultimately, which is the decision you'd be most proud of? This is where religious guidance comes into play for many people.
    • Logic - Which course of action is the most likely to result in the outcome you desire? For example, if you're being confronted with a street fight, and you want to take thepacifist route, you can walk away--but, there's a good chance that burly drunk will be insulted if you turn your back. Maybe it's better to apologize and keep him talking until he calms down.

  8. Ideas that Cause Negative Emotions
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    Change your perspective. The above steps show how to not let your emotions control your behavior on the spot. If you want to experience fewer negative emotions to begin with, change the way you see the world. If you learn how to be optimistic and laid back, you'll find that negative emotions make fewer appearances to be reckoned with.
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    Eliminate many of the underlying core beliefs which give rise to your disturbing thoughts and negative emotions. There are many irrational ideas that repeatedly upset us[2] They are all false, but many of us are inclined to at least some of them part of the time. You can get rid of these ideas by debating within yourself until you have cast them out...
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    "I must be perfect in all respects in order to be worthwhile." Nobody can be perfect ineverything that we have to do in life. But if you believe that you're a failure unless you are perfect in every way, you are setting yourself up for a lifetime of unhappiness.
  4. 4
    "I must be loved and approved of by everyone who is important to me." Sometimes you just can't help making enemies, and there are people in the world who bear ill will to almost everyone. But you can't make your own life miserable by trying to please them.
  5. 5
    "When people treat me unfairly, it is because they are bad people." Most of the people who treat you unfairly have friends and family who love them. People are mixtures of good and bad.
  6. 6
    "It is terrible when I am seriously frustrated, treated badly, or rejected." Some people have such a short fuse, that they are constantly losing jobs or endangering friendships because they are unable to endure the slightest frustration.
  7. 7
    "Misery comes from outside forces which I can’t do very much to change." Many prison inmates describe their life as if it were a cork, bobbing up and down on waves of circumstance. You can choose whether to see yourself as an effect of your circumstances, or a cause.
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    "If something is dangerous or fearful, I have to worry about it." Many people believe that "the work of worrying" will help to make problems go away. "Okay, that's over. Now, what's the next thing on the list that I have to worry about?"
  9. 9
    "It is easier to avoid life’s difficulties and responsibilities than to face them." Even painful experiences, once we can get through them, can serve as a basis for learning and future growth.
  10. 10
    "Because things in my past controlled my life, they have to keep doing so now and in the future." If this were really true, it would mean that we are prisoners of our past, and change is impossible. But people change all the time -- and sometimes they change dramatically!
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    "It is terrible when things do not work out exactly as I want them to." Could you have predicted the course of your own life? Probably not. By the same token, you can't predict that things are going to work out exactly as you want them to, even in the short term.
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    "I can be as happy as possible by just doing nothing and enjoying myself, taking life as it comes." If this were true, almost every wealthy or comfortably retired person would do as little as possible. But instead, they seek new challenges as a pathway to further growth.
  13. Ideas that Make Negative Emotions Worse
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    Learn to avoid the cognitive distortions which make things look worse than they really are. Most of us have heard the expression, "looking at the world through rose-colored glasses." But when you use cognitive distortions, you tend to look at the world through mud-colored glasses! Here are some ideas that you should stop from rolling through your head if you catch yourself thinking them...
  2. 2
    All-or-nothing thinking. Everything is good or bad, with nothing in between. If you aren't perfect, then you're a failure. You procastinate doing stuff because they are not perfect until you have no other choice than doing them.
  3. 3
    Overgeneralization. A single negative event turns into a never-ending pattern of defeat. "I didn't get a phone call. I'll never hear from anybody again."
  4. 4
    Mental filter. One single negative thing colors everything else. When you're depressed, it sometimes feels like you're "looking at the world through mud-colored glasses."
  5. 5
    Disqualifying the positive. If somebody says something good about you, it doesn't count. But if somebody says something bad about you, you "knew it all along."
  6. 6
    Jumping to conclusions. You make a negative interpretation even though there are no definite facts that convincingly support your conclusion.
  7. 7
    Mind reading. You think somebody is disrespecting you and don't bother to check it out. You just assume that he is.
  8. 8
    The Fortune Teller Error. You think that things are going to turn out badly, and convince yourself that this is already a fact.
  9. 9
    Magnification (catastrophizing) or minimization. Imagine that you're looking at yourself or somebody else through a pair of binoculars. You might think that a mistake you made or somebody else's achievement are more important than they really are. Now imagine that you've turned the binoculars around and you're looking through them backwards. Something you've done might look less important than it really is, and somebody else's faults might look less important than they really are.
  10. 10
    Emotional reasoning. You assume that your negative emotions necessarily reflect the way things really are: "I feel it, therefore it must be true."
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    Should statements. You beat up on yourself as a way of getting motivated to do something. You "should" do this, you "must" do this, you "ought" to do this, and so on. This doesn't make you want to do it, it only makes you feel guilty. When you direct should statements toward others, you feel anger, frustration, and resentment.
  12. 12
    Labeling and mislabeling. This is an extreme form of overgeneralization. When you make a mistake, you give yourself a label, such as, "I'm a loser." When someone else's behavior rubs you the wrong way, you attach a negative label to him, "He's a louse." Mislabeling involves describing an event with language that is highly colored and emotionally loaded.
  13. 13
    Personalization. You believe that you were the cause of something bad that happened, when you really didn't have very much to do with it. And ask a friend to help you realize your emotions or worries so that you can have someone to rely on.
  • No matter what you choose to do, it's important to continue acknowledging the emotion. Just because you're not reacting to an emotion doesn't mean that emotion doesn't exist.
  • Learn to recognize and anticipate "triggers" that set you off.
  • Some experiences like watching a film, hearing a sound or tasting a food (sensory input) can trigger or bring about good emotions. The more good ones you can recognize, pay attention to and be aware of, the easier it is to put your self in that kind of a recognizable mood. It's far easier to get out of an angry or sad state of mind when you can know what happy or joyful state of mind is like.
  • It is important to control your emotions, but suppressing them or denying that they exist is entirely different. Suppressing your emotions can cause physical disorders and more emotional symptoms.
  • Many emotional problems are so complex that they require the additional professional assistance of a licensed psychologist, counselor, or social worker. 
This whole article belongs to http://www.wikihow.com/Gain-Control-of-Your-Emotions


Nin Ja

Nin Ja, Nearirath 
Only if i could be a real Nin ja, i would Bit Poung to everywhere i wanna go >_<
unfortunately, reality is still there waiting for me to accept it.


if i die young,____ ???

Things to do ^-^

The following is a schedule of different events. I copy it from Lady Penh website for those who are looking for something to do or sth interesting :)

Monday, October 24
cinema 18:00 Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris (2011) @ The Flicks
conference 19:30 Nerd Night Phnom Penh #nnpp @ FCC
cinema 20:00 Green Lantern @ The Flicks

Regulars and reminders

sports 06:30 Yoga @ The Flicks
sports 08:00 Yoga @ The Flicks
exhibition Selected Works from Prom Vichet and Suos Sodavy @ Java Café & Gallery
concert Exhaustive live music listings @ Leng Pleng


$$$ Vs. Traffic

First of all, please do not read if you don't want to see another criticism from me :P

I am terrified of driving in PP.
I really do not see many people driving with mercy or another word driving with
understanding of others.
Why everyone, especially the rich and power people are super obsessive with going first???
Is it really worth of saving a few minutes of driving by ruining other people life or feeling?
I know that this is very common sense for everyone that they know why, but still there is not action to improve or people in Cambodia like to "Shut up and Drive" and being silent to all injustice? Neither Police nor civilian dare to care or take action?

One of the reason is "Rule of Law", the law above everyone doesn't have been practiced.

There should be first come first go, and respect of regarding of big and small road.
I am so mad once i drove across a street where there were busy traffic, suddenly a Lexis 570 drove in front of me where i believe i should have a right to go first. After that big car drove passed me, the mature lady starred in that car start stairing at me with her anger and big eyes, "this stupid girl doesn't want to live longer".

So What?
I know you're cool, but don't mess with me.
Its a Reflection of real Cambodia image but not the big cars in PP


0.o deeply + sadly

things happen very unexpected, why should everyone is so stress about what they are doing in routine life. If you don't like what you are doing right now, you should find out and change. Life is too short for people who are always complaining and keep thinking of negative thought.

I am deeply sad of Steve Jobs' the death, and another colleague transffred to another department.
Jon said "Your foolist and failure experience will lead you to what you wish for. And ALWAYS STAY FOOLIST AND HUNGRY."
At the same time I will be all my own.

Good luck Rath


Life could be bought so easily in Cambodia

"Young mother executed"
Phnom Penh Post, Oct 4, 2011

First of all, I really don't like the title because my first impression I thought she committed something wrong or maybe she killed her baby, but she was gunned shot!

There are number of cases that people have been murdered, and justice never been found. Just another case here, the police suspected that her husband in New Zealand actually is a married guy, and his real wife found out about her husband got affair, so she ordered to kill the young mother without mercy. This is too cruel that not all women could do it even they have face same problem in their family.

There is a witness gave her full name to PPP, and printed with her full name. I doubt it if this could lead another terrify case, or her safety. In addition, I am not so sure if Cambodia law has any provisions on "witness protection".

Last but not least, the last sentence of this article, the police did not give a strong comment on this how to do next in order to find the gunman and throw him into jail.

Silvja wrote on May 1, 2001:

One can see here the deepest sadness in Munch's life.
The pale faces, black suites and the room lightened
by candle lights. However, they face the truth as
the woman in the back is looking at you: death will
come for everyone sooner or later.

PS: i hope the gunman doesn't know english!!!

Hoi An, VN