With a love of psychology, Hoy Vathana, 29, has worked as a counselor for mental crisises at the Transcultural and Psychosocial Organization (TPO). She also works for the Justice and Relief for Victims of Torture in Khmer Rouge.
The suicide rate in Cambodia has increased drastically in recent years. Statistics from the Ministry of Interior estimate that nearly 600 Cambodians committed suicide in 2012, a 13 per cent increase from 2011.
As the wind blows through your hair, you might feel something near you that makes you feel spooked. This might be an unsettling sign of a ghost; at midnight, one thing might come into your mind and you will close your eyes and pray.
Puy Kea, a correspondent for Kyodo News, responded to Sok Heng, who wants to be a professional journalist but is unsure if his history major will be helpful. Kea said that anyone can study journalism, and it does not matter whether he has experience in media or not.
Although he is studying for a history major at the Royal University of Phnom Penh, Saut Sok Heng, 23, wants to be involved in the media sector. He has a dream that someday he will be a professional journalist. Many things inspired this dream.