Everyone has a story to tell. But not everyone has the courage to tell and share their stories. For Ly Dara, the art of writing has become his way to express his feelings and ideas with others, to share his wisdom and to inspire people in the process.
Written by Rim Kin, ‘Samapheavi’ is an emotional novel written in the 1950s. It was republished by the National Library of Cambodia after some articles about the book on Saturday Night Magazine (Reatrey Thngai Sao) was discovered in 2010.
Are you in need of a mental and emotional support right now? More likely, you’ll go to YouTube or Google and search for write-ups or videos that you think will give you the help you need.
Cambodia’s acclaimed filmmaker Rithy Panh has produced yet another emotional masterpiece through his ‘Graves Without A Name’. This latest documentary gives a more moving and intimate take on the historic Khmer Rouge regime.
The term asshole may sound stupid. Nevertheless, we can’t live without it. Much to the contrary, as stupid as it may be, it is also highly emotional.