About Me

Hi, my visitors,

Welcome to my personal blog! Writing is my passion and sharing is to deliver my passion with those who are looking for further reading to strengthen their skills and put forward my stories to their flock.

I spent four years at a local university studying English literature. Because I enjoy writing and reading, I chose this degree so that I could read all the English-language literature and one day become an author. I began blogging when I first arrived in Phnom Penh in late 2009 to begin my studies at the university. I used to finish a book every day while I was in high school in my hometown. Fiction, Khmer novels, and Cambodian history were among the books I read the most. I wanted to read English books at the time, but my vocabulary was so limited. This interest motivated me to study English diligently, both on my own and with Khmer English teachers.
I put aside some of the money I made selling fruits like jackfruit and banana leaves to buy books and enroll in English classes. I spent hundreds of dollars on books from grades 7 to 12, and those books are still with me today.
It is really difficult to become an author, yet my goal has never faded. Even though I haven't authored a book yet, I have a number of pieces published on several websites and on my own blog. As a result, I am able to write on a variety of topics with ease.
So, what brings me here?
I've come to share my views and opinions in the hopes that they may be valuable to my readers. Another goal is to improve my English writing skills. My ambition is to be a Cambodian novelist who writes in English, and I'm taking up blogging in hopes that it will help create a society where people respect one another and treat each other with dignity and respect.

What would happen if everyone started blogging?

Many people dislike writing because they find it tedious and, worse yet, they believe they are incapable of doing it.

Does the thought of sitting down in front of a computer screen and typing away intimidate you? Does it seem like a waste of time? Here's why you should blog. Blogging is another great way to express your thoughts, opinions, and creativity without having to spend a significant amount of time in front of a laptop. Blogs offer an easy way to connect with your customers, potential clients, friends, and family.

Many people love blogging and think it would be a great thing for society. Some believe that the quick and instant gratification of writing and posting something online would give people a sense of fulfillment. Others think that blogging would take away from our one-on-one conversations and learning how to be good listeners.

If everyone blogs, the world will be filled with content regarding various elements of perspectives, opinions, and multiculturalism.

Moral and ethical considerations

Despite the numerous benefits of blogging, it is a two-edged sword if bloggers are not responsible for their content. Blogging should be a place of sharing that brings about positive change in our world, rather than a platform for hate speeches, bullying, and bigotry.


  1. Thank you so much bong for sharing your story with us. I'm so proud of you.

    1. It's been long time no see you, kid! proud of you too.