If the crisis continues, it will devastate the overall education system: Mengly J Quach.
SMALL and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) could be the backbone of Cambodia’s emerging economy, provided they are equipped with the right tools to propel themselves higher, said Oknha Dr Mengly J. Quach.
AS one of the most renowned education companies in the Kingdom, Mengly J. Quach Education (MJQE) is committed to ensuring that their graduates leave with more than just a certificate in hand.
Launched just before Khmer New Year, ‘Mengly J. Quach’s Business Ideas’ is arguably one of Dr. Mengly J. Quach’s most informative book to date.
With his successful business endeavours in Cambodia for more than a decade now, Oknha Dr. Mengly J. Quach is considered a legacy in his field. He has long been known for his determination and hard work; and his words have always been an inspiration to many.
Dr. Mengly J. Quach, a medical doctor and the founder of one of the top schools in the capital, talks to Agnes Alpuerto about Cambodia’s health and education sectors, and how these two can go together to ensure healthier, stronger and wiser Khmer people.
Despite being well known as educationist, doctor and successful businessman in Cambodia, Dr Mengly J Quach has had his share of tragedy and troubles during the Khmer Rouge regime, which he has rarely shared to the public.
Oknha Dr. Mengly J. Quach is known not just for his success in education, health and business, but also for his words of wisdom and vast perspective on Cambodia.
News about mass shootings and grave violence around the world are making headlines every now and then.
In conjunction with Khmer New Year, Aii Language Center and American Intercon-School (Ais) hosted their 13th Cultural Day celebrations at Chak Angre Campus on April 13.
Along with all other sectors in the Cambodian society, education has seen a tremendous change – from few printed reading materials to blackboards to outdoor classes to PowerPoint presentations and to online examinations.