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I've just received a mail, so called advertisement and I think it should be posted on this blog. Here is the original message:

Hello all,

Sorry, this mail is some kind of advertisement.
We just created a IT forum. It goal is sharing ideas and experiences in IT field.
We hope that you will join us in the early future. And we also please to welcome you all.
Visit our forum at

Best regard.

ps : Thanks you for populating this mail to your friends.

Dear Friends,

Sovanna Phum is the only organization who is presenting professional performances every week.

Sovanna Phum's aims are to enable professional Cambodian artists to make a living from their art, through regular performances; to nurture, preserve and promote the treasures of Khmer culture to local and international audiences; and to organize awareness and prevention campaigns linked to the development of Cambodia (health, education, environment, human rights and democracy) through mobile traditional performances spreading educational messages.

For more than 10 years, passion and enthusiasm from both the staff and the artists of Sovanna Phum (120 professional artists, mainly students and graduates from the Royal University of Fine Arts) has led to Sovanna Phum being an internationally known centre for the performing arts and a centre for creation and presentation in Cambodia. Sovanna Phum is also well known to lead some awareness campaigns within development projects.

However, Sovanna Phum depends on funding for individual projects and has no core funding to support the venue and today Sovann Phum is facing a grave funding crisis.

An exceptional 3-day fundraiser (May 4th, 5th and 6th 2006) will happen at 7:30pm in the Sovanna Phum theatre comprising the première of "Sokacha", a new mixed media adaptation of an extract from the Reamker and a sale of shadow puppets at 5% discount. Admission will be by donations of $5 or more.

It is also possible to support Sovanna Phum visiting our Gallery to buy shadow puppets, masks, music instruments made by our artists.

Sovanna Phum hopes to raise $12,450 from this fundraiser, which will cover costs for the next three months while we seek for long-term funding.

To raise funds to cover this short term crisis Sovanna Phum is calling for support from Embassies, local and international Organizations, private sector and everyone who like and believe in Khmer culture, helping the Association to pursue its activities.

What is your donation for?

a.. $700 pay Sovanna Phum rent for a month
b.. $400 pay Sovanna Phum roof replacement
c.. $200 pay Sovanna Phum electricity for one month
d.. $100 pay colored Sovanna Phum posters for 1 month
e.. $70 pay Sovanna Phum telephone for one month
f.. $40 pay one Sovanna Phum artist fees for 4 performances
g.. $25 contribute to Sovanna Phum artists for volunteer rehearsals for new performances
h.. $10 participate in Sovanna Phum costume making

For any further information, to make reservation or to provide us with any other kind of support, please contact:

Delphine Kassem, 012 846 020, e-mail
Thank you for your support and for widely passing on this message.
Best regards,
Segolen Guillaumat
Project Manager
Sovanna Phum
#111, St 360 (corner 105),
Sangkat Boeung Keng Kang III
P.O. Box 405, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Mobile: 855-12 19 086 23
Office: 855-23 221 932

ខ្ញុំបានប្រទះឃើញសៀវភៅកំណាព្យ បុប្ផាខ្មៅ នៅបណ្ណាគារអង្គរដោយ ចៃដន្យ។ ខ្ញុំជឿថាប្រាកដ ជាមានអ្នកស្គាល់សៀវភៅនេះ ព្រោះវាជាសៀវភៅចាស់មួយដែលបានបង្ហាញមុខតាំងពីសម័យ សង្គមរាស្រ្តនិយមមកម្លេះ។

បុប្ផាខ្មៅត្រូវបានបោះពុម្ភជាលើកទីមួយនៅខែវិច្ឆកា ឆ្នាំ១៩៧០ វាជាកំរងអត្ថបទកំណាព្យចំនួន២៦ ដែលសុទ្ឋសឹងតែជាស្នាដៃរបស់លោក គយ សារុន (ខ្ញុំប្រើពាក្យលោក ព្រោះខ្ញុំពុំស្គាល់អំពីឋានៈពិត របស់លោក)។

នៅពេលនេះ ខ្ញុំសូមលើកយកអត្ថបទកំណាព្យមួយដែលខ្ញុំពេញចិត្តជាងគេ មកចែកជូនអ្នកទាំងអស់ គ្នាអានកំសាន្ត និងវាយតំលៃទៅតាមការយល់ឃើញរបស់អ្នក៕


តូចធំ ធំតូច ស្តួចរីកសាយ   ចង្អៀតទូលាយ រួចចង្អៀត
វែងខ្លី ខ្លីវែង រួចខ្លីទៀត   រួចបង្ហាញងៀតអោយច្បាស់ការ ។

ពីដើមមនុស្សស្រាតរួចចេះប៉ឹង   រួចប្រឹងដេរស្លៀកបិទកាយា
ស្លៀកពាក់ជុំជិតរឹតអាត្មា   យល់ថាបែបហ្នឹងទើបហៅថាល្អ ។

ឥឡូវយល់ថាវែងលែងសម   តាំងខំវៀលវះបញ្ចេញក
បង្ខើចដល់ភ្លៅនៅបន្ត   ចំហថែមទៀតជូនកំសាន្ត ។

យូរទៅប្រហែលជាគេប៉ឹង   ឬស្រាតទេដឹង?មិនហ៊ានស្មាន!
យ៉ាងណាក៏ដោយអោយតែបាន   តាមដានសម័យថ្មីអោយទាន់៕

This morning a stupid question has come to my mind while I am riding to office. I can not find the good answer for this question. Personally, I find it seems too hard tofind the best answer.

Here is the full story:
Suppose you are walking along a street and you see a wise venomous snake. Without hurting this creature, you just keep walking since it does not hurt or aim to hurt you. But just one minute later a child who walks peacefully after you is dead by the attack of the wise snack.

Are you to blame? If you killed that snack the child would not die. As the result, your kind action give a chance to snack to bite the child.

But why should you bother to kill that snack? It does not look harmful to you.

On May 27-28, 2005 Career Forum was organized at Institut de Technologie du Cambodge (ITC, it is where I come from :)) by CCFC (Chambre de Commerce Franco-Cambodgienne). The aim of this event was to introduce the leading companies, NGOs and higher education institutions operating in Cambodia to young professionals looking for a more challenging or rewarding job responsibility.

Encouraged by last year great success, CCFC will repeat this event on May 05-06 at National Cultural Center (Opposite Buddhist Institute).