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Kids at PSE Steung Meanchey

I have tried to rate the photos in my Lr library a few weeks back, and found some photos that I missed to see its potentials at the first place. Here are two of my new flagged photos I took

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On the Swing

Student at a Primary School in rural Siem Reap during session break.

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Storytelling: The Giant Turnip

The Giant Turnip is a children fairy tale of Russian. Though our observation, it is one of the most popular stories among the children who have received library service from SVA. The below photos were taken at a Khna Phtol

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Hands

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A Photo By Maciej Dakowicz

I found some very touching photos taken by Maciej Dakowicz, a native of Poland and currently doing his Phd in Computer in Wales, while I was trying to find some pieces of information on Steung Meanchey dumping site. Here is

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THINK Before giving money to begging children

Why should I THINK before giving money to begging children? In most cities, you will see children begging on the streets which puts them at high risk of being abused and jeopardizes their futures. You might think that giving them

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Japanese Drum Performance

Drum performance by Secondary School students in Kashima, Osaka She is the smallest in the group, yet no less energetic

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Photos of Children from Rural Primary School

A girl with her sister on her back Don get me wrong. I am not the one who drank that Angkor Reading Picture Book for Grandma.

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Singer Wannabe

If you ask Cambodia countryside kids “what do you want to do when you grow up?” I am certain that about 90 percent of their answers would be “a teacher” or “a doctor”. It seems that these are the only

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A Charming Smile

She gets a very charming smile. From Banteay Meanrith Primary school a few hundreds metres from Cambodia-Thailand border.

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