Chanraksmey, who is only 24 years old, has been using her scripts to depict the realities of the world; to tell people stories that are relevant and essential; to influence others to move forward and drive change.
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.
Khmer people of Cambodia have thousands of folktales and legends, which have been orally passed on from one generation to another. Many of those stories are associated with mountains, especially their names and appearances.
Thinking that real authors are the ones who have published countless titles under their names and have won several literary awards, Chan Kunthear has never considered herself to be one.
Topics on relationships, life during war, leaders’ negligence, good leadership and inspirational stories have been written and re-written time and time again.
‘Modern Family’ had its pilot airing in September 2009 on ABC and since then created an enormous, solid fan base – all for the good reasons.
It might not be really easy for readers in this generation to find a novel written with sharp and straight words, plus fancy drawings to make the story more understandable.
Five stories about five senses may sound straightforward, but wait until you finish reading each of them.