Creating a Local Football League

On the 16th of June, 2018 one of the football staff members in my village and I with my other friend came together to discuss about creating a local football league in my my village. The competition will be starting at the beginning of July and the teams are going to be divided into two groups, three teams in each group. The competition will open for the students in the village only. We took a week to discuss and plan what will happen in the competition. The collaboration with social media is a bit hard because he live in Phnom Penh and I live in Kampong Thom province, and the reason why it is hard for me to cooperate with him because he has his own job to do and sometimes he not online so he might be replying late in some ways. We had progress now because only me and my friend are working.


Moreover the students are really happy with the plan and can’t wait to join the football league. In order for them to participate in this league they have to have their own uniform, and have enough budget to buy the the play-list. They have to pay 25 cents for the play-list but they also pay 5$ to play in the league. The winning team will benefit 25$ and a trophy. The reason why we create this competition is to avoid drugs and improve sport in Cambodia.

Installing the Computer lab

Testing out the computer

On 26 of May we went to Toul Prasat Sen Sok high school to install the computer lab. When we arrived at the school everyone started to take off the van and go straight to their own business, which three of the students me and my two other classmates were take out all the electronics devices that came along with us. We spend about 1 hour and a half just for taking out the devices and connected the wires to each devices together. All of the devices that we have to take out were the computer screens, mouse, and our Raspberry pi. When we finished taking out all the devices and connect them together, we started to check and we were trying to run the entire computer lab to see does it work or not. I started to turn on the power of the lab and I saw all of the screens were turning on but some were doesn’t work with the Raspberry pi and it wasn’t showed up. Some of the computer were working really well but some were working but the mouse doesn’t work. That were the problems that we had and we have to come back to figure out what to do with it so we could launch our first computer lab for the student to do their learning curriculum.

Turning on the power


After installing the computer lab we had lunch with the school director and having chat with him about our school and get to know more about each other. At 2 pm we return back to the safely.

Taking out the electronic devices

Mondulkiri Youth Camp

explaining the students about drugs trafficking

On 2/4/18 we went to Mundolkiri province to participate in a Youth Camp that was hosted by World Renew, and the youth camp was called Youth are Leaders for Community Transformation. The Youth Camp was participated by Liger’s students and the students from four other provinces in Cambodia, Youth Camp was created to solve the issues in the community and brought the students together to discuss and find solution to solve the issue. The Youth Camp was held for four days and we were having fun with the other students from other provinces by sharing some facts about Liger and we were playing some games together with them to get to know each other. Most of the topics that they taught us was taught by an expert except for us, we lead the activity by our own.

The first day was covered with foods topic and topple the three facets groups of foods: Proteins, Carbohydrates, Vitamins & Minerals, this was just taught me how to eat good foods for my body and not picking on which foods I like. Eating the foods you like it doesn’t mean that they are good for your body and what you need to do is just eating the right foods for your body to keep you healthy.

The second day was just a fun day because we were doing some activities together to build up our team work skills and improve it. We were separated into 12 groups of students and we have to work together to create a Eiffel tower that was capable of toppling from a storm. They provided us only four pieces of big papers and we have to build the Eiffel tower with those papers. Before we started building the tower we sketch the idea on a smaller pieces of paper to have an idea of what will our Eiffel tower looks like. Once we sketched our first ever Eiffel on a piece of paper we started to build our own tower. We worked so hard to make our own unique Eiffel tower. When we finished our tower was 150 cm high, and seem strong but it wasn’t. At the end of the time we were presenting about our Eiffel tower and was putting in a actually test and we fails.

The third day was just a day that we lead the activities on our own. Our presentation was so effective base on the comments that we got and we see how much did they understand about our topics.


Drugs Prevention Mission in Svay Rieng

160 students that join the Workshop

May 17th, 2018, I went to Svay Rieng province with a friend and a facilitator. We were leaving Liger around 7:00 am and arrived in Svay Rieng at 10:00 am. The reason we were going to Svay Rieng was because we were collaborating with an organization called World Renew to raise an awareness to reduce drugs uses in Cambodia. We also work with and organization called KADRA to help us setup all the props for the workshop with students there.


The workshop was started around 1:30 pm and it was attended by 160 students from the government school, and the amount of students who attended the workshop were higher than what we’ve predicted, and there were school’s principal, village’s chief, and the authority in the village. The event was held in the pagoda far away from town. I took us four hours to complete a workshop, but we were having fun as the hours passed. During this immense workshop we had four topics to teach the students, and one of the topics was Drugs Trafficking. I was leading this topics and I noticed significant students were interested with the topic and basically my communication skills. I started giving them instructions about my first activity, and it was called “Match the year and events together”, In some years there were some major events about drugs that was significant to the country. The second activity was answering to the question, How does drugs get in to Cambodia? This means the answer should have no limit, they could answer in any way they want but if they get a point right they will get a point.


After the workshop we provide the students with snacks and a bottle of water to keep them hydrate. There were some snacks left after the students left the pagoda so we just give them to the monk because we’re not sure that we could eat it all. At night we also setup the projector in a primary school in the village and screened them a movie called “Tung Proleng”, the point was not making them to have but we wanted to attract the villagers with that movie, so then we could show our Drugs film next. The audience were way more than what we’ve expected and they were falling into each scene of the film. 9:00 pm at night we had our dinner at one of the students that was from an organization that we’re working with.


Rabies Vaccination

On the 7th of February, in Chhomus Kaek and Koh Krobey pagoda, we, Liger Leadership Academy students and ARC (Animal Rescue Cambodia) hosted a free rabies vaccination event for the villagers pets that live close to these two pagodas. We were setting up the tables and the supplies for the event to get ready for the event that start at 8am and end at 12pm in Chhompus Kaek pagoday, and in the afternoon from 1pm until 5pm in Koh Krobey pagoda. We also divided into teams that are advertising about the free rabies vaccines for the villagers and give the rabies vaccination to the pets in the pagoda. I was in the advertising team and it was really fun and I had a lot of experiences from it. I recorded my voice to the microphone and play it as we traveled through the villages, and what it says was “Hurry up!! Everyone!! It is not too late take your pets to get a free Rabies Vaccination at the pagoda around this time”. We got a lot of attention from the people in the village and we were happy because we saw a lot of the villagers were bringing their pets to get a free rabies vaccination.

Rabies in Cambodia

Welcome to the Zoonotic Disease Exploration. Zoonotic means a disease that transmitted from Animals to Humans In this exploration we were helping an organization called PPAWS to spread the information around the village about the free Rabies vaccination and free surgery for the pets. We went to Mondulkiri with PPAWS to do this mission. There were about 50 dogs 20 cats in total for two days, and there were about 20 dogs get surgery and 8 cat get surgery. We also help to prepare the event in Koh Krobey and Chumpous Kaek pagoda to give the free Rabies vaccination to the villager’s pets.


I also learned how to be a good communicator in this Exploration, as a stranger walking into the village that I never heard of is difficult but I have to confront it to be a change agent. Some people were interested but some are not which is normal for the people in the isolated area. I met some people who really love their pets, so they took it to get the vaccine, but some people they don’t care about their pets. I also want to say thank you to Liger that gave me this immense opportunity to learn about Rabies and able to work with an awesome organization (PPAWS).

Take your pet to do surgery without paying!!




Rabies is a type of virus that reaches your brain and cause Encephalitis.Rabies move through our nervous system. 600,000 bites a year, 3-4 injuries from 100 people. After bitten the virus takes 1-3 months to reach the nervous system. Eating dogs meat also could transmit the disease to human too if we wound in our mouth. It is 100% FATAL, no cure, only vaccine. The symptoms of animals that have rabies are, hydrophobia, acrophobia, hyper-salivation, and difficult in breathing. You can identify the animal if it has, tail down, voice change, lost of orientation, can’t recognize its owner, hyper-salivation has rabies. I Cambodia rabies identify that it is mostly happen on dogs but these animals also have it too, cat, cow, pig, squirrel, bat, and African Dog. Why is it mostly happen on dogs in Cambodia? Because it is our favorite pet and popular.Image result for rabies dog


Khmer Song

I am writing a song about myself. I get inspired by some songs in the 60s. This song is talking about how I end up with loving each girls from all provinces in Cambodia. In fact I wrote this song because it’s reminded of places that I been to around Cambodia. Down below is my Khmer song that I wrote!!



ដល់កំពង់ធំស្រលាញ់ក្រមុំស្ទឹងសែន ពេលមកដល់សៀមប៉ាងម្នាក់ឯងសែនស្រលាញ់ក្រមុំស្ទឹងត្រែង

មកដល់ភ្នំពេញទន្ទេញស្នេហ៏អ្នកព្រៃវែង ពេលដល់ស្រុកកំពង់លែងគឹស្រលាញ់អ្នកកំពង់ឆ្នាំង។


ដល់ស្រុកក្រូចឆ្មារស្រលាញ់ក្រមុំខេត្តត្បូងឃ្មុំ ពេលជិះផុតខេត្តកំពង់ធំស្រលាញ់ជាំក្សាន្ដព្រះវិហារ​

ដល់ខេត្តស្វាយរៀងស្រលាញ់ក្រមុំបាវិត្តចន្ទ្រា ដល់ខេត្តកែបជិះនាវារទៅស្រលាញ់អ្នកខេត្តកុះកុង។


រតនគិរីស្រលាញ់គ្មានពីរអ្នកស្រុកបានឡុង កំពង់ស្ពឺស្នេហ៏អ្នកឧត្តុង្គតាកែងក្រុងត្រាំកក់ផងដែរ

ស្ទឹងត្រង់កំពង់ចាមដៃបងរអាមចង់នៅចង់ក្បែរ មណ្ឌលគិរីបងសុំតែថែរក្រមុំអ្នកកែវសីម់៉ា។


២៥ខេត្តក្រុងថិតនៅក្នុងបេះដូងជានិច្ច តាខ្មៅបងស្រលាញ់មិនភ្លេចអូនបែរគេចបងមើលក្រោយខ្នង

បន្ទាយមានជ័យមាឡៃដួងចិត្តរ៉ាមពិតស្នេហ័ស្នង ទន្លេបាទីឆោវីមាសបងសុំស្នេហ៏ស្នងអ្នកស្រុកតាកែវ។


ទៅដល់ក្រុងកែបបងលួចស្រលាញ់ក្រមុំពងទឹក ដល់ប៉ៃលិនស្រវឹងទាំងព្រឹកចិត្តរំលឹកនឹកដល់ជាយក្រែក

ពេលដល់ភ្នំពេញមកច្បារអំពៅទៅចំពុុះក្អែក បេះដូងខ្ញុំស្ទើររហែកស្រែករកក្រមុំស្រុកកៀនស្វាយ។


ដល់ស្ទឹងសង្កែរខ្ញុំលួចស្នេហ៏ក្រមុំបាត់ដំបង ពេលជិតដល់កំពង់សោមបងលួចបែតីព្រៃនុបបេះដូង

សៀមរាបកំពង់ក្ដីចិត្តបងបែតីក្រចេះស្រុកឆ្លូង ឧត្តរមានជ័យបងសូមឆូងស្រលាញ់អ្នកត្រពាំងប្រាសាទ។


Creative writing

During the expertise class called Creative writing, we wrote a day in a life of one thing but not human. I wrote about soccer ball, and how it’s been used for days and days. Down here are what I wrote about a day in a life of a soccer ball, and below is a Youtube link that you can go and watch my video.

Quietly eating the air  and my belly billow out

Ready to get kicked by these intelligent football players

I ran faster and quicker than them, after they kicked

Juggling me like a cannon in world war two

They uses me to be a bridge to their success

The more they kick the more I digest my food

I experienced a lot of the physics examples

Shooting, Dropping, Hitting, Heading

The football pitch is like a physics lab

Rolling on the pitch as grasses is a friction force acting opposite of me


When I’m on the field

I’m on fire

I scored, I kicked, I hit, I headed by a lot of famous football players

As I sweat a lot, I get dirty, I do a lot of activities in the pitch.

90 mins I get only 5 mins rest, and that is when a kindly ball boy keep me

And throw my friend it to the field to replace me.

They use me like a poem, they write about me with their soul and their heart

But they say it with their foot, with millions of audiences attended there just to see me

And I became more and more popular around the world

Physics Assignment

In Physics class our teacher gave us an assignment to do. The topic is about finding the Physics behind any object. Since Physics attending everywhere my group decide to fine the Physics behind Football. 

Below are the examples of Physics behind football!


  1. First law
    1. The goalkeeping role the ball to the defender, if there no frictions acting on the ball will just keep moving.
    2. If the ball stay at rest it still at rest, unless a footballer kick it
  2. Second Law
    1. Soccer ball and bowling ball, bowling ball has more mass so it has less acceleration. Soccer ball accelerate faster cuz it has less mass
    2. Greater force of kicking to more acceleration
  3. Third Law
    1. When you kick the ball the ball pushes equal and opposite on our foot
    2. When we jump and hit the ground and it bounce back up, this is because when our mass hit the ground and the Earth exert the same amount of force as the amount of our body hitting the ground.