It is true that the words we utter or write have certain impacts on other people. This is the reason why Sok Chanphal decided to pen words about inspirational ideas and concepts that opened doors for depressed people to be deeply understood and accepted.
Cambodia’s literary scene is filled with talented and passionate writers. As a writer myself and an avid reader of novels, I have always looked up to people who can turn ordinary stories into literary masterpieces.
This has probably happened to you before – realising you love someone when she’s gone, leaving you heartbroken with an unspoken emotion. It did hurt, didn’t it? And it will continue to hurt as you try to keep your hopes up that she will eventually come back to you.
Phnom Penh is known as the heart of Cambodia, but beyond the beauty of the capital city are depressing scenes.
With an inborn obligation to show our deepest respect and gratitude to our parents, we are sometimes forced to obey any and all rules they set.
Have you ever felt loving someone at first sight? Have you ever felt abandoned by the people you love that you are forced to live all by yourself?
Authors, scriptwriters and about 200 young book enthusiasts gathered at Zaman University in Phnom Penh last weekend at the event called “Writing Inspiration”.
Maybe it is the power of fate that arranged us to meet each other. I, Kadek, used to be a quiet and humble man, yet once I met you at the movie theatre, I become a talkative one.